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At Fathom (and first tablet app)   Leave a comment

Hello! A few days ago I started working at Fathom, the information visualization studio run by Ben Fry. While here I will work on various data visualization projects, specially those requiring real-time, interactive graphics with OpenGL, as well as continue with my involvement with the development of the Processing language and environment. This job also encompasses an exciting collaboration with the lab of Pardis Sabeti at Harvard university, focused in the creation of new tools for visualizing epidemiological data and helping understand the factors that determine the origin and spread of various diseases. During my first week at Fathom I got started by working on an Android port of the “Stats of the Union” visualization, originally available for iPad tablets.

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FLUR interactive video wall   Leave a comment

Here is a project using GSVideo for playback of multiple videos in a LED public interactive video wall. I met Bae, Jaehyuck, an electrical engineering student from Seoul National University, who used GSVideo to implement the video playback mechanism of the installation. Proximity sensors trigger different videos as people approaches the water fountains located behind the screen. Up to nine videos are played simultaneously by the application.
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