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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

November 25, 2014, at 11:59 AMerika

Yesterday: Re-reviewed and provided suggestions for improving conciseness of the PYXIS CRD application. Spent some time looking at graphics announcements and events taking place in Calgary, specifically surrounding GIRAF Fest.

Correctly re-ordered transformation application, mixed up points for accurate randomization, and implemented distance-based pruning. Example of two spheres with 15 points apiece being segmented (video). Pausing is for animation, and not reflective of the seemingly online runtime.

Today: Visualize graph representation of these point clouds. Implement transformation-based pruning. Generate a file-loading for test cases so there is consistency in process validation.

Looking into getting the Kinect running within Matlab (link) and get back to Matlab group about the various toolboxes. Read more...

Roadblocks: N/A

Where Does this Fit In: Having 3D synthetic examples to work with is important in validating the developed reconstruction process. Developing good visualizations - as well as a mathematical discussion of the process - along the way helps demonstrate proof-of-concepts. Working on something within the group helps with team motivation.

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