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A blank rectangle surrounded by color swirls appears on a tarp after several students created painting with the Pollockizer Students, staff, and faculty participating at the University of Oregon / Oregon Center for Optics (OCO) Optical Science Discovery Camp (OSDC) use a pendulum device created by Physics Professor Richard Taylor to create paintings that resemble the work of Jackson Pollock. With training, movement of the point of rotation of the pendulum creates a more randomized series of paint arcs. Mathematical analysis of the arcs of Pollock's painting allowed curators to detect what appeared to be a couple of forgeries. This camp, supported by funds from the National Science Foundation, was designed to engage young women in the wonders of physics and optics.

Students, staff, and faculty participating at the University of Oregon / Oregon Center for Optics (OCO) Optical Science Discovery Camp (OSDC) use a pendulum device created by Physics Professor Richard Taylor to create paintings that resemble the work of Jackson Pollock. With training, movement of the point of rotation of the pendulum creates a more randomized series of paint arcs. Mathematical analysis of the arcs of Pollock's painting allowed curators to detect what appeared to be a couple of forgeries. This camp, supported by funds from the National Science Foundation, was designed to engage young women in the wonders of physics and optics.

Students, staff, and faculty participating at the University of Oregon / Oregon Center for Optics (OCO) Optical Science Discovery Camp (OSDC) use a pendulum device created by Physics Professor Richard Taylor to create paintings that resemble the work of Jackson Pollock. With training, movement of the point of rotation of the pendulum creates a more randomized series of paint arcs. Mathematical analysis of the arcs of Pollock's painting allowed curators to detect what appeared to be a couple of forgeries. This camp, supported by funds from the National Science Foundation, was designed to engage young women in the wonders of physics and optics.

A product of the Pollockizer! Students, staff, and faculty participating at the University of Oregon / Oregon Center for Optics (OCO) Optical Science Discovery Camp (OSDC) use a pendulum device created by Physics Professor Richard Taylor to create paintings that resemble the work of Jackson Pollock. With training, movement of the point of rotation of the pendulum creates a more randomized series of paint arcs. Mathematical analysis of the arcs of Pollock's painting allowed curators to detect what appeared to be a couple of forgeries. This camp, supported by funds from the National Science Foundation, was designed to engage young women in the wonders of physics and optics.

Paint for the pendulum - Students, staff, and faculty participating at the University of Oregon / Oregon Center for Optics (OCO) Optical Science Discovery Camp (OSDC) use a pendulum device created by Physics Professor Richard Taylor to create paintings that resemble the work of Jackson Pollock. With training, movement of the point of rotation of the pendulum creates a more randomized series of paint arcs. Mathematical analysis of the arcs of Pollock's painting allowed curators to detect what appeared to be a couple of forgeries. This camp, supported by funds from the National Science Foundation, was designed to engage young women in the wonders of physics and optics.

Richard Jones is wearing the red organiser's t-shirt.

參加2008 OSDC 中 , Google 是贊助廠商 , 他所送的筆記本

 

不同角度會有不同縮放比例, 最後似乎是Google 總部 :D

 

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From centre (facing us) going clockwise: Tony Smith, Richard Jones, Simon Taylor, Jacinta Richardson, Amanda Penrose, Nathan Bailey, Graeme Cross, Leif Eriksen and Scott Penrose

只給拍背影的賭神

Вітальний перформенс «Дім», TaRuta & OSDC ballet, Київ на Національному фестивалі "KropFest 2018"

Is an Aussie answer to Y Combinator just around the corner? Pt2

 

"... With some really great universities (RMIT and Melb Uni) and computer science programs, I can see a lot of potential ..."

 

The bottleneck in my view is the ultra conservative business environment. It's not for the lack of hackers, entrepreneurs. While Boston may be the sister city of Melbourne the overwhelming message I get is not "be smarter" ~ news.ycombinator.com/item?id=201373

 

some time later

 

"... And the big question - for how long could you seriously expect to fund multiple quality ideas twice a year? If Big Brother ran out of talent in 3 seasons, I'd be surprised for a tech-start-up-focussed company to still be finding suitable applicants 3-4 years down the track. ..."

 

I don't know. There's a lot of software, engineering and hackers in the major capitals (Bris, Syd, Mel, Adl, Per) but not many startup "product" companies (sans enterprisy software companies). So it tends to limit the opportunity for people who want to work for Startups who might just think I could do better than this rather than work for consultancies, design and marketing companies or the multi-nationals.

 

There is no lack of talent and risk takers. There is definitely a lack of Angels, mentors and the other fuzzy bits that provide the stepping stones from taking an idea to Startup to exit ~ benbarren.blogspot.com/2008/05/why-is-it-so.html

 

more...

"... are there any good web resources regarding the melbourne "scene?" ..."

 

Hey menlo try here:

 

- melbourne.twitterusergroup.com (Melbourne Twitter Underground Brigade: less technical but more entrepreneurial types)

 

- www.luv.asn.au (Linux Users of Victoria: more engineers)

 

- www.osdc.com.au/osdclub (Open Source Developers' Club: hackers)

 

Let us know if your in Melb ~ twitter.com/bootload

 

the next day ...

 

"... Which begs the question “do ‘aussie’ startups really need them?” Could the continual scarcity of capital and local entrepreneurial mentoring, be a breeding ground for a new form of Startup? ... and you said:`I think this is exactly the type of startup YC breeds` ..."

 

I added this comment before I posted here and while I didn't have Omnisio specifically in mind you pretty much confirm what I suspected.

 

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Dropping ACID: Eating Data in a Web 2.0 Cloud World.

Clockwise from the empty seats: Martin Ellis, Brad Dean, Justin Presser, two unknowns, Kat Grant, Gustaf Bjorksten

Students, staff, and faculty participating at the University of Oregon / Oregon Center for Optics (OCO) Optical Science Discovery Camp (OSDC) use a fresnel lens and sunlight to see how quickly it will cause grass to burn and popcorn to pop. This camp, supported by funds from the National Science Foundation, was designed to engage young women in the wonders of physics and optics. A professional photographer (Chris Pietsch ) from Eugene Oregon's Register Guard Newspaper photographs the event for a story by Mark Baker on B1 of the June 25th edition of the paper.

Scott Penrose models while Nathan Bailey conducts the auction.

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