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  1. Web page is a couple of years old and no updates, but the project claims to combine pointclouds from multiple Kinect sensors (each with its own dedicated PC controlling it) into a single 3D recording.
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2017-06-24)
  2. feed it the URL of an academic paper and it crunches it to find related (?) papers. Via @downes
    Tags: , , , by dnorman (2017-06-23)
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  4. course
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  5. Digital Badges, funded through the Colorado Helps Advanced Manufacturing Program U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. TAACCCT grant, offer a new way to display industry-recognized credentials that validate core employability and technical skills for all sectors in manufacturing. Our digital badges are an “online representation of a skill, mastery of skills and/or recognition of expertise” which have been earned and documented within the Open Badge Standard. The Open Badge Standard enables the issuer to verify the skills and mastery through verified organizations attaching verification data and evidence of skill attainment to the badge image file, hard-coding the metadata for future access and outside review. They are symbols which represent expertise and accomplishment, badges.
  6. open policy and links from Carleton
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2017-06-09)
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  8. multi-user collaboration using a projector and some kind of sensor. Looks impressive.
    Tags: , by dnorman (2017-06-05)
  9. troll "open journal systems" company, apparently run by Behzad Amini (aka David Green? Who DOES that?), violating PKP's Open Journal Systems trademark. And then going off on an unhinged bit-fueled harassment campaign on twitter.
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2017-05-31)
  10. With this in mind, she has created what she calls “performed paintings”, which she describes as an analysis of the body’s relationship to painting and sculpture. In her work, she physically choreographs common aspects of painting such as flatness, depth and rhythm or mood; she then adds the use of human figures under fabric cloaks or sheaths which mimic being underneath the surface, or skin, of a painting.
    Tags: , , , by dnorman (2017-05-30)

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