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Combinational Imaging: Magnetic Resonance Imaging and EEG Displayed Simultaneously

Before fMRI (Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging) existed, I got to do this. We were one of the first labs to do this pre ‘functional’ functional imaging. Instead of volume rendering (which I would move on to Pixar to… Read More Continue reading

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The perception of surface orientation from multiple sources of optical information

The first piece of work in did in the “Todd Lab” at OSU. I had just come off five years at Pixar and a year back in grad school in the Architecture and Planning department. I wrote most of… Read More Continue reading

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OSU MRI Flashback – 1984

I was younger then, and I lived near the water. I was doing MRI when they still referred to it as ‘NMR Imaging’. People got a little freaked out by the ‘nuclear’ bits. (But seriously, that’s my favorite… Read More Continue reading

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