Diploma Computer Science (Multimedia) MEXIT 2015


On 14th September 2015, as a Computer Science (Multimedia) of University Technology Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, we finally succeeded in handling MEXIT event as proposed by our lecturer Puan Raja Aida Raja Shaharuddin as our final project. This event was held at Dewan Besar, University Technology Kuala Lumpur and was running from 9am until 5pm. With a total of 42 students in our class, we all managed to do our own responsibilities and duties in entire event. The purpose of this event is to show that Computer Science (Multimedia) course or know as a DDPZ have lots of services and other creative things that could be learn and done by our classmates. The target were public; everyone from students to lecturers, staffs, and outsiders (public). MEXIT originally named from Multimedia and Information Technology; we shortened it to MEXIT for easy use of pronouncing and for a logo.

We have a total of five booths and each been handled by those who are in passion in what they are doing. I was in charged as a The Vice President of MEXIT and also a leader in Art Gallery Booth. 

We did two services; Gravity Art Name and Digital Face Tracing. Gravity Art Name was handled by Amirul Badri and Digital Face Painting was handled by Fais Amir with a remarkable number of customers!
We also showed lots of our drawings and painting along the way in the hall to attract more people. All drawings and paintings shown along the hall was prepared by me.

"Annoyed Anchovy" - Kyrel Rosli

"Eagle" - Kyrel Rosli

"Twisted Illusion" - Kyrel Rosli

"City of Perspective", "Birds", "Deep Hole" - Kyrel Rosli

"Human Eye" - Kyrel Rosli

"Midnight Moonlight" - Kyrel Rosli

"Koi" - Kyrel Rosli

 I stood in front of two of my paintings. "Penguin" and "Blue Monochrome".

Members of Art Gallery Booth; (from left-side) Fais Amir, Syarafi Iqbal, Kyrel Rosli (me), Shahrul, Puan Raja Aida, Edlyn, Amirul Badri.

The second booth was Hana Meow; Printing and Design Booth. This booth was held by the two of our classmates Amirah Hanani and Syafiq Asyraf. They already have this business and so we decided to ask them to be a part of booth services.

 These button badges and key-chains is custom-made and ready-made. People could either design their own badges or ask the owner to do it for them. All prices are at low rate; affordable price.

Some of other items being sell at Hana Meow Booth.

Third booth is the Raksa Team Booth. A booth for all services from photography to videography.

This booth served a photography booth session for all people with only RM10 per service (with printed pictures). They made this all by themselves!

Sculpture was sculpted by Syafiq Saim. Raksa Team was founded on 16 February earlier this year with a total of 5 members from same class. Any inquiries please direct to raksateam5@gmail.com 

Sempat lagi! hhahahha okay bye

We also provided services for PC Maintenance. For this booth, Arif Zharfan was in-charged for making this part succeeded. We have lots of customers who came for their laptops to be repaired.  

One of the laptop being checked and cleaned on the event.

And lastly we have Gaming Booth. Who doesn't love games anyway? Oh i do! eh hahaha... Okay so this booth provide free games for the students or public to relax themselves. We have two games to be played.



The number of guests kept increasing since the moment we open the event and it does not like we were expecting to be. Total number of guests who came to our event almost reach to 400 guests! Thanks to those who came and we are glad and proud to have you in our event. 

Magic performance by Low Shiah Hao

The event was successfully went well and I as the Vice President for this project would love to thanks to all the participants who work hard on this big project. Tho we have problem at the beginning, we came across with brilliant problem solving and managed to do it all like a adult. Good luck on your final and may we meet again someday. Thanks to Ain-Syahtul Syahira for all the photos and Afrina and the geng for the blossoms decoration!

No comments:

Post a Comment