Website: http://akenchoslife.blogspot.com/kenchoweb @ hotmail . com (remember to remove the spaces ;) )<BR>
Since I was a child, I was called "Chencho" in my family scope. Many time ago, I was called "Ketchup" (because it sounds like "JesÃºs" in spanish - false). As I always loved everything japanese-related, some friends of me found that the fusion of "Ketchup" and "Chencho" sounded japanese-like, so I nicely adopted "Kencho" as my nickname.
I asked a good japanese friend of me for some ideas about the kanji transcription of Kencho. Many of them were proposed, but I found one specially cool: Wise bird. The kanji writting for Kencho is è³¢é³¥. Its actual Hepburn transcription is "Kenchou" and its pronunciation is something like /kenchoh/.
Though google returns many results when searching for "Kencho" or "è³¢é³¥", I haven't found nothing really relevant to the actual è³¢é³¥ name. Regarding "Kencho", you'll find that there was a period in the Japanese history named Kencho. There is a Kencho temple too there (the Kencho-ji temple). And many personal and company hits for Kencho.
Google returns 15,200 results for "Kencho" and 266 for "è³¢é³¥"
I'm not a good programmer, so I haven't directly contributed to OGRE itself. So I do the only thing I can: Help the community.
I try to help as much as I can, replying questions in the forums and the IRC. I also submitted some tests I did for myself but found useful for others (DOF, motion blur, stereo vision effects...).
I've also written some articles for this wiki:
- 3rd person camera system tutorial
- Per renderable transparency (material instance)
- Simple 3rd person camera (in collaboration with Creak)
- Caelum engine