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A Genealogy of Science

I’m bad at remembering dates. Whenever the question comes up “did that guy knew the works of that other guy”, I had to pass. That’s why I decided…

TECH/TALK

October 1st 2014 / 10:00 am / HPZ F Participants Ludger Hovestadt Jorge Orozco Nikola Marincic David Schildberger Stig Anton Nielsen Dennis Lagemann Li Li Salva Keynezhad Mohamed…

Paper accepted for eCAADe conference

My paper Frequency analysis of wood textures has been accepted for the eCAADe conference. I will present it on Thursday, September 20 in Delft, NL. Video of Session…

Manuel Lima on “The Power of Networks” by RSAnimate

Beside the interesting content on the history of networks, the drawing is just amazing:

Interactive Color Clusters

This applet shows the processing.js implementation of the kmeans-colordisc tool presented previously. run | next | less | morerun : start distribution of cluster centers and draw disc diagram…

Configurator for Fritz Haller’s System midi

I made up a series of videos showing the implementation of a configurator for the midi system by Fritz Haller. It is written in VectorScript, the built in…

Videos on encyclopedia.com

Recently, I stumbled upon this entry on Fritz Haller in an online encyclopedia, featuring my videos on the midi system as related content.

Entertaining Statistics

Lies, damned lies and statistics (about TEDTalks) #TED : http://on.ted.com/j10D

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Sorting Image Features

The studies on Fourier Analysis of images is being continued. For the following studies in this field – and other tasks relying on matrix math – I switched…

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Picture Statistics

Working with images and their statistical representation, I came across a site (link broken)¬†describing the use of k-means clustering and histograms to visualise main colors and their distribution…

WoodSOM

Wood SOM

With the same set of wood image data, a SOM (self-organizing map, Kohonen) was trained. An introductory description and the code for this example was originally taken from…

Color Spaces

When thinking about how to encode color values of images in double matrices, I stumbled upon some interesting facts beyond just RGB (additive, screen) and CMYK (subtractive, printer)…