Author: Karl Rosenberg

Author: Karl Rosenberg

Paper v2

Earlier this week, Zhenyi and I submitted a paper on the work we’ve been iterating over the past few months. I think we were successful in writing something significantly more polished than our first iteration of the paper, which, I believe, needed more time to be developed into something more focused and concise. Based on…

A Brief Post on Goings-On

Chalktalk-wise: There is one “blackboard” in the desktop version of Chalktalk, but in Chalktalk VR there is the potential to have multiple boards visible simultaneously. To achieve this, I plan to reuse a feature that had a greater role in one of the earlier versions of Chalktalk–sketch pages. These allowed you to have multiple instances…

Leaning Forwards

Today, Zhenyi and I held our first meeting with the undergraduate interns to demonstrate and discuss the development of our lean-forwards (interactive) MR presentation system (mentioned in some of our lab’s previous posts). The project has several components related to network, avatars, audio, and other areas, and the interns seem excited to start helping with…

Onwards

Sebastian sketched out the timeline for Ken’s research plan for the coming year, in which practically everything we’ve been working on collectively will be combined into an assortment of ambitious projects.¬†Among other items on the agenda, we’re already talking about SIGGRAPH 2019, which, much like the previous project, will have multiple components to it, including…

Paper

This week, Ken, Zhenyi, and I submitted a technical paper to a major conference. This is the first full technical paper submission on which I’ve been a co-writer. For today’s blog post, I find myself unprepared to go into the details, and I’m not sure whether it’s a good idea to discuss a paper meant…

Chalktalk and Sketch Interface Experiments (with a little bit of Computer Science)

Note: This post is assumes a little bit (byte) of familiarity with computer science — specifically the binary search tree data structure. As an undergraduate I collaborated with another student (now graduated) to prototype a few computer science-related sketches in Chalktalk. The binary search tree (BST) was our first target, so we made the following…