Retina and LGN

A demonstration written in Mathematica to show the interaction of the retina and LGN on the sampling of image information from the eyes. You can play with the receptive field size to see how the whole “Hybrid Images”… Read More

Fencing Eyetracking Data

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.  … Read More

Implicit madness

A sparse implicit surface. It needs to be less sparse.

Shape metrics

Colorful Visualization of the day

An in-development look at some age judgement data. Not sure what it is telling me yet, but I can’t let that stop me from looking at it?

Volumes

Doing a little work on a fluid-flow project with some folks here- Wrote a volume renderer for it, basically re-visiting work I did in 1986 at The OSU CGRG, which eventually was applied to stuff we did with the volume… Read More

Progress, visualized?

Virgin position map

Hmmm.

X,Y,Z in R,G,B .              

A day of problem solving pictures.

One of the things I love about using Mathematica is that it helps me better understand the nature of my programming and problem solving. It’s a great tool to help make sense of problems, see your errors, verify… Read More

More good bad results

Some days, things don’t go well, but you end up with interesting looking things anyway.                      

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