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Daily Archives: May 3, 2020

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May
3

Australia Computer Online – Desktops, Notebooks, Computer Peripherals, Computer Components, Networking, Software



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i-office


100% burn-in tested

– Intel® 1151 socket. i3 / i5 / i7 processor supported

– SATA III and USB 3.0 supported

– Easier to be extended with full-profile case

– 2 years warranty

i-Z370


100% burn-in tested

– Intel® Core™ Z370 chipset i3 / i5 / i7 motherboard
– Running on DDR4 memory

– Ultra-Fast M.2 (PCIe Gen3 x4 & SATA)

FS-205 NAS Server


– Network attached storage computer

– Unique RAID technology to protect your data from a disk drive failure.

– 3 Terabyte storage (up to 10TB or 5 disks).

– Built-in FTP server.

SSU USB 3.0 4 Ports PCI-e Card, [U304.V2] with Molex Power, VIA VL805 Chipset
SSU USB 3.0 4 Ports PCI-e Card, [U304.V2] with Molex Power, VIA VL805 Chipset


4 ports SuperSpeed

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May
3

Handbook Processing.org

Processing: A Programming Handbook for Visual Designers (Second Edition)
by Casey Reas and Ben Fry.
Published December 2014, The MIT Press.
720 Pages. Hardcover.

» Order from MIT Press
» Order from Amazon

» Download Examples
» Errata

If you are an educator, you can request a desk/exam copy from the MIT Press website.

Since it first emerged in 2001, Processing has grown into a flourishing community of thousands of artists, designers, makers, and educators. It has redrawn the boundaries of art and technology, affecting communities in contexts as various as the classroom to the art museum to the hackerspace. After 12 years of development and being intensively taught in classrooms, the second edition of the Processing textbook was released in December 2014.

By teaching computer programming with the context of the visual arts, this book has introduced a new literacy with software, enabling designers and artists to create new media for the present, and to imagine future media

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May
3

Computer Graphics at Stanford University

<br /> Computer Graphics at Stanford University<br />

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Note added 4/21/20 by Marc Levoy:

Except for links to People > Faculty, this web site has become outdated. Most
links to Research projects, Courses in graphics, Technical publications, Slides
from talks, Software packages, Data archives, and Cool Demos still function and
might be useful. However, links to people other than faculty, infrastructure,
and opportunities for students are likely broken or irrelevant.


News flashes:

  • 11/26/19
    Marc Levoy’s team
    has published a new article
    in the Google Research Blog
    about
    astrophotography on Pixel 4.
  • 10/28/19
    Marc Levoy’s team
    has open-sourced an
    API
    for retrieving dual-pixel data from recent Pixel phones.
    Useful for computing depth from single-camera phones.
  • 10/28/19
    Marc Levoy’s team in Google Research
    has published a paper in
    SIGGRAPH Asia (and
    Arxiv)
    describing how
    Night Sight works on Pixel 3.
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