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6 years ago
Three weeks ago, I attended SIGGRAPH conference, which is one of the largest computer graphics conferences in the world. The conference was held in Anaheim, CA. I'd attended the same conference in 2012 in Los Angeles but this time I was chosen as a student volunteer, which was a really prestigious opportunity. The conference had lots of different types of sessions catering to variety of interests. Some of these were: 1. Technical papers: The chosen best technical papers from the past year in areas related to Computer Graphics (CG) presented by their researchers. 2. Courses: Short dur...
6 years ago
Hey everyone, I would like to share a web browser based educational game for kids that I worked on last semester. It was a DARPA funded project aimed at teaching science to kids aged 6-8, and the game our team worked on specifically taught the concept of balance. You can check out the demo of the game on the project website here: (For best performance, try it in firefox. Additional browsers are listed on the demo page) The process involved a lot of research and play-testing with kids. In the beginning, we looked at diffe...