We like to do both of those, and when snow falls the playing is most important!
Congratulations to Hamish on his promotion to Professor of Computer Science at Leeds.
Roy Ruddle gave a presentation about “Visualizing the scale & complexity of data quality”, from the QuantiCode project, to the Bristol Data Visualisation Group on 24th Nov.
Roy Ruddle opened Tableau’s Academic Programme webinar on 18th Nov by sharing tips about “Designing a programme of visualization teaching”, from his experience at Leeds. The Leeds programme spans undergraduate & masters modules, through to short courses as staff CPD and for students.
Join us 19:40 hrs (GMT) today for the annual Viz Lies session at IEEE VIS 2020. Register free via http://ieeevis.org/year/2020/info/registration/conference-registration
Roy Ruddle gave an opening talk yesterday at the AI Tech North 2020 hackathon, titled “How good is my data and how can I check it?”
Tom “King of the Mountains” and Roy “Downhills are Best” Ruddle on their commute to work today through Yorkshire’s fantastic countryside. Why not join us!
Abstract Electroencephalograph (EEG) has been widely applied for brain-computer interface (BCI) which enables paralyzed people to directly communicate with and control of external devices, due to its portability, high temporal resolution, ease of use and low cost. Of various EEG paradigms, steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP)-based BCI system which uses multiple visual stimuli (such as…
Abstract Insect swarms are common phenomena in nature and therefore have been actively pursued in computer animation. Realistic insect swarm simulation is difficult due to two challenges: high-fidelity behaviors and large scales, which make the simulation practice subject to laborious manual work and excessive trial-and-error processes. To address both challenges, we present a novel data-driven…
Abstract Warp knitted (WK) fabrics are typically three-dimensional (3D) structures, and their design is strongly dependent on the structural simulation. Most of the existing simulation methods are only capable of two-dimensional (2D) modelling, which lacks of perceptual realism and cannot show design defects, making it hard for a manufacturer to produce the required fabrics. The…