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Monday, November 3, 2014

November 03, 2014, at 03:27 PMerika

Yesterday: (Thursday) Successfully presented my proposed research and passed the candidacy examination. Issues included the need for real-world examples for the application of the research. This would improve the demonstration of the work's capacity for impact within the research community. Wrote notes on a possible project direction, relating to defining a process of attempting interactive frame rates, while reconstructing the dynamic scene (eg. when to threshold, when to downsample, how much to send off for parallelization, density cut off for model creation, etc). One particularly good example is for 3D reconstruction and analysis of customized mechanical systems such as found in any manufacturing plant.

Today: Catch up on backlog of emails. Create list of motivations and future work of other animated articulated research. Attempt to get PCL and OpenCV working on the school machine so I can work within the larger environment. This is a precursor to generating synthetic 3D examples for motion-based segmentation. Read more...

Roadblocks: N/A

Where Does this Fit In: Filing contents from backlog of emails in the respective locations is useful for writing later. Motivations helps articulate beneficial directions for this work and inspire adoption/use. Getting the system working on the school machine adds in interoperability. Having 3D synthetic examples to work with is important in validating the developed reconstruction process.

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