Tag Archives: Research

Educational Research Blogs: Top Picks

HighBeam Research, a division of Cengage Learning, has revealed the 10 blogs it deems to be the best in the field of education. “There are so many outstanding research blogs that our staff had quite a challenge and a lot of fun coming up with these lists of our favorites,” said Matt McCloskey, Marketing Director of HighBeam Research. “In the ... Read More »

Remote School Meltdowns? Research Gives Window Into Student Well-Being During the Pandemic

There’s a picture that went viral early in the pandemic that became a symbol of how hard emergency remote schooling was for the youngest students. The image showed a 5-year-old student sitting at a small desk in his family’s kitchen, facing a laptop computer. He’s holding a pencil in one hand, pulling up the neck of his T-shirt with his other ... Read More »

Towards FAIR principles for research software

Abstract The FAIR Guiding Principles, published in 2016, aim to improve the findability, accessibility, interoperability and reusability of digital research objects for both humans and machines. Until now the FAIR principles have been mostly applied to research data. The ideas behind these principles are, however, also directly relevant to research software. Hence there is a distinct need to explore how ... Read More »

Microsoft Research Shows Off Non-Rigid Reconstruction Of 3D Models Using an RGB-D Camera

At SIGGRAPH 2014, Microsoft Research demoed several new projects they have been working on. One of them was the controllable high-fidelity 3D facial performance transfer which allowed to transfer your facial expressions to a dog’s face. Read more about it here. Another interesting project is around of non-rigidly deforming physical objects with arbitrary shape in real-time. Watch the video above and the description below ... Read More »

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