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A phase-space plot of height v. exaggeration for two different types of balls with two different coefficients of restitution. Nothing important here, just a fun looking plot.
A while back, we did a nice study on eye movements during fencing. This is a figure from one of the posters, we should finish this and publish it some day. Should do a lot of things.
I whipped up some simple syntax support for Mathematica / Wolfram Language in Microsoft’s VSCode. Grab it here: marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=flipphillips.wolfram-language.
I was going through some slides for a talk today and I stumbled on this one from 1986 of a tool I wrote for analyzing cardiac ejection fraction. You can tell it’s old because it’s in black and… Read More
Some data from the summer project on the Uncanny Valley. Can’t give it all away yet- but this is cool so far.
Here’s a screencast of my talk at the Rochester Institute of Technology Symposium on VR/AR Technology. It is from 3 December and a little low-key, so drink a little coffee before you start watching so you don’t fall… Read More
A new pub with some good friends on the impending doom of science funding and what to do about it. Authored well before the new administration was a gleam in our collective eyes. Citation: Pawan Sinha, Peter… Read More
For those of you looking for the course description of “Vision in Animals and Machines” that I failed to send to the Registrar, look no more! Vision in Animals and Machines PS-312, Fall 2017 This class will focus… Read More
I was working on a project in Gießen last week and needed some code I wrote back in the late 1980’s / early 1990’s. Let’s hear it for being a complete packrat. Added to the Software, Data &… Read More
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