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Cálculo de cesantías (e intereses), vacaciones y prima para empleados domésticos en Colombia.

Dec 20, 2016 - En español, Uncategorized - 0 Comments - Standard

Este archivo de excel puede serle de ayuda. El archivo tiene dos hojas, “Datos” e “Imprimir”. Digite los datos indicados en la hoja “Datos”, los valores serán calculados e insertados en la hoja “Imprimir”. Imprima dos copias de esta hoja, las cuales servirán como comprobantes para el empleador y el empleado. NOTA: Este archivo de […]

HoloFlex: a flexible smartphone with a lightfield display

Oct 22, 2016 - HCI, Interactive systems, Interfaces, Kingston, Research - 0 Comments - Standard

One of the papers from the Human Media Lab accepted to the ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology Symposium (UIST 2016) in Japan, describes HoloFlex, a light-field-enables flexible smartphone. HoloFlex sends different light rays to multiple angles, allowing the device to display stereoscopic and motion-parallax-enabled 3D imagery. Additionally, bend sensors offer new ways […]

WhammyPhone: a bendable smartphone-based music controller

Oct 22, 2016 - HCI, Interactive systems, Interfaces, Kingston, Music, Research - 0 Comments - Standard

Close to finish my postdoctoral fellowship at the Human Media Lab, two of our papers were accepted at the ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology Symposium (UIST 2016) in Japan. One of them is a demo called WhammyPhone, a prototype illustrating the possible applications of flexible smartphone technology for software synthesizer control.

Do humans place too much trust in robots?

Jun 09, 2016 - Comic, HCI, Research - 0 Comments - Standard

Do humans place too much trust in robots? Harvard researcher Serena Booth ran a study to answer this question. Apparently some people consider small, non-human-shaped robots very trustworthy, specially if they deliver cookies. Please read the link for more details. (Cartoon commentary is mine.)

Platonic Solids in Processing

Apr 17, 2016 - Programming - 2 Comments - Standard

  I couldn’t find a complete implementation of the five Platonic Solids in Processing, so I decided to put some Processing classes together. You can find them here: The Five Platonic Solids in Processing As shown in the image above, the classes have the added possibility of drawing polyhedra vertices with custom radius (an example […]

ReFlex in CTV News, Ottawa

Mar 29, 2016 - HCI, Kingston, Research - 0 Comments - Standard

Today Eric Longley from CTV News (Ottawa) visited the Human Media Lab to find out about ReFlex. I answered some questions for about the project, its development and its future.