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Poster for MBP Summer Student Poster Day
MBP Summer Student Poster Day

Final Report for Directed Studies on Raspberry Pi Focus Stacking Camera
Directed Studies Final Report

Slides for Random Dot Anaglyphs Presentation
Computer Graphics Class Presentation

Poster about creating high resolution images of Julia sets using High Performance Computing
diTHINK 2016 conference

We created a program which helps visualize genome annotations stored in a local database.
Directed Studies Final Report

Final Report and Poster for Raspberry Pi Compute Cluster
Directed Studies Final Report and Poster

Poster presented at AMMCS 2015
AMMCS 2015

Poster presented at the Waterloo Chemical Physics Symposium in 2013
Chemical Physics Symposium 2013

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My brothers, my father and I used to go camping every summer up at Tobermory or Killarney. In recent years I’ve been able to get away a few times but usually on my own. Last summer my eldest brother decided he would like to go camping again near the end of June and then again as August turned to September. He invested in a $30 tent on Kijiji. The previous owners were honest about how much it had been used. In particular the only thing “wrong” with is was the elastic in the poles was shot. After we returned from the first trip I replaced the elastic as shown below.

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My keychain recently broke ties with my keys. As I’d rather not loose my keys I decided to repair the bond between them.

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The other day my torche (pole) lamp failed to turn on. It’s one of those with a three setting rotary switch (off, low, high) and a halogen bulb. So we set about debugging/fixing it.

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“An aglet is a small sheath, often made of plastic or metal, used on each end of a shoelace, a cord, or a drawstring.” Wikipedia You know, that thing that at the end of your shoelace that disintegrates after a few years and leaves your shoelace exposed and unravelling. Or if you’re of a certain age that thing Phineas and Ferb wrote a song about.

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I’m currently taking an introductory Computer Graphics Course using OpenGl and C++. As part of our first assignment we were required to export an image as a bmp. The general format of a BMP file is 3 or 4 sections. Two headers, an optional color pallet, and the bitmap information itself.

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