Virtual Reality Applications Future work

This is some research that Toptal Research is doing based on virtual reality for mainly games. Here we will see the history of Virtual reality and the reason its important in the past and in the present. It also reflects on the how it could be shaped in the future.

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Sound categorisation

I'm doing categorisation of sound. Music categorisation is very famous, for example, Techno, Classical, Pops...and so on.
However, my study in UCSD focused on not music but sound.
This is a little abstract but this is start point. Near future, I hope my categorisation will be used all over the world.

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Music experiment in UCSD

I think about how to do my experiment in UCSD. This university has some ways to do that.
Anyway, I need to determine the detail of it.
I have a meeting with professor. Shlomo Dubnov, so I will talk about that.

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Read and read papers!

I hit on some good ideas for making my works. This campus may provide me a power...
At first I need to set up softwares to do my research. I regret not to set up before this Internship.
However, these new ideas are hit on in UCSD so there is nothing but it for to do.
Anyway, I need to do my research starting from read papers.

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Japan to San Diego

I'm from Japan to study DSP and much more about sound. This place UCSD is very good for study. Good climate, good friends, good foods... they are helping me to study. However, food quantity is too much for me to eat. I worried about my appetite will not be able to endure the quantity of the food in Japan because they provides much less quantity than US.
Now I want to introduce about myself.

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Guy Hoffman is coming to UCSD - Feb 7th-10th

Professor Guy Hoffman, a lecturer and researcher at the Sammy Ofer School of Communications and co-director of the IDC Media Innovation Lab (miLAB) at the IDC Herzliya, gave a TEDx talk in October that has since become one of the 30 most viewed lectures in the TED Talks program, and, last week, was ranked by YouTube as one of the three most viewed videos in the world. Professor Hoffman’s lecture, based on his research, was called, “The Interaction between Artificial Intelligence, Robots, and Art” (“Theater, Animation, and Music”).

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Parallella boards sold out!

Parallella boards sold out! We're on the list to get ours...but they are very backlogged at the moment! :(

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CREL Team Member Charles Elkan Presents "The Past And Future Of Analytics"

Software San Diego presents on November 5th their Fourth Quarter Analytics Mixer featuring UCSD / CREL Team Member Dr. Charles Elkan: Netflix Prize Contributor and Judge.

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New Experimental Computer Music

New UCSD graduate Computer Music concert featuring A Hundred Ghosts!


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