Author Archives: Flip Phillips

About Flip Phillips

Scientist, Professor, Snare Drummer, Appalachian, Protanomalous.

Testre le embed das iframe

This is a test of an embedded iframe of fun and joy. Please excuse anything annoying. Most sincerely. Continue reading

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Bouncing Balls

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.

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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.

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Mathematica / Wolfram Language support for Microsoft VSCode

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. Continue reading

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Medical Imaging, 1986 Style.

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 Continue reading

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Mmmm, fresh data

Some data from the summer project on the Uncanny Valley. Can’t give it all away yet- but this is cool so far. Continue reading

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Travels in the uncanny valley

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 Continue reading

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Enhancing research with Plenary Labs

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 Continue reading

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Quick class description

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 Continue reading

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Fuzzy Logic, Mathematica, and you.

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 Continue reading

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