Author Archive for: ‘rslee’

I Fixed a Hololens with 3D Printing

Before: After: I began working on a Hololens project this month. I had used it before, but this time I actually was able to deploy to the device from my own machine. This is really helpfully, obviously, since emulating a mixed reality application in the desktop doesn’t really provide an adequate experience. Testing on the target device is necessary for …

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MOVES Academic Working Group 2017

MOVES Academic Working Group 2017 MAWG 2017 is a meeting between MOVES and our stakeholder organizations to discuss NPS’s Modeling and Simulation academic program and how research can support it.  Our goal is to review our current programs, identify where Modeling and Simulation is headed in the future, and identify a path forward for MOVES to meet those challenges.  This …

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MAWG 2016 – MOVES Academic Working Group

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MOVES Academic Working Group 2016   MAWG 2016 is a meeting between MOVES and our stakeholder organizations to discuss NPS’s Modeling and Simulation academic program and how research can support it.  Our goal is to review our current programs, identify where Modeling and Simulation is headed in the future, and identify a path forward for MOVES to meet those challenges.  …

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MAWG 2015 – MOVES Academic Working Group

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 MOVES Academic Working Group 2015 (MAWG 2015) May 19-21, 2015   The Modeling,Virtual Environments, and Simulation (MOVES) Institute at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California is pleased to announce the MOVES Academic Working Group. MAWG 2015 is a meeting between MOVES and our stakeholder organizations to discuss the MOVES modeling and simulation academic program and supporting research.  Our goal is …

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The Virtual Running Man

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The Visual Simulation and Game-Based Technology team created this application to interact with a high resolution model of the human body. Use the right slider to see fade between the skin, circulatory system and the skeleton. Use the left slider to make him walk, run or stop. Left-click in the window to rotate, middle-click to move up and down, and …

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Google Maps Coordinate

This new Google Maps feature reminded me a like of Gurminder Singh’s talk at the Brown Bag a few weeks ago. Basically, anyone using the service can find and locate workers and assign tasks to them via mobile devices: http://youtu.be/0fluKWYRC_w

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