Category: technology

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Receiving DVB-T broadcasts and SDR on OSX

UberNerdy tip-of-the-day: If you want a super-cheap TV on your Mac OSX computer (along with EPG & PVR) – install Ubuntu Linux on a Virtual Machine (e.g. Parallels/Virtual Box) and install Me TV software (from the Ubuntu software repository) and buy one of these super-cheap DVB-T USB sticks: https://wiltronics.com.au/product-category/raspberry-pi-usb-dvb-t-tv-tuner-rtl2832ur820t/ and...

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TaggerVR

A research poster I presented at the ‘Big Data and Visual Analytics’ Conference, hosted by the CSIRO and IEEE, in Hobart, Tasmania, September 2015. You can read the paper on UTas eCite,  ResearchGate or TaggerVR: IEEE Xplore.  

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Tagger: An Interactive OSX Application for Data Visualization

A bit of my Ph.D. research in dataviz at the University of Tasmania – presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in San Francisco (December 15-19 2014), for the Earth and Space Science Informatics Group. Summary: Abstract #6295 ‘Tagger’ – a Mac OS X Interactive Graphical Application for Data Inference...

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Syn[a]: Visualizing Biometric Data from a Musical Performance

In December 2011 the Syn[a] Group, in concert with AARnet and the TSO, ran a 5 day workshop at the University of Tasmania Conservatorium of Music, where we visualised the biometric data of musical performers and transmitted this over high-bandwidth networks (AARNet) in stereoscopic 3D, creating an immersive augmented telepresence...

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Ocean (2009)

Ocean (2009) from Peter Morse on Vimeo. A visualisation of the global ocean derived from the GEBCO dataset. Rendered at 4k Fulldome resolution. This is an excerpt from ongoing work – there is so much to do with this and I have only splashed the surface of the data. The...