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rodschmidt

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Re:What about jobs?
« Reply #15 on: October 18, 2003, 07:13:42 pm »

A student at Caltech was experimenting with using a computer to generate holographic patterns in the late seventies-early eighties.  I don't know what the final results were.  He plotted the calculated interference patterns and photo reduced them onto film emulsion to produce the holograms.

Small world!  That's Chris Stassen.  I took that class with him!  (CS 274, Computer Graphics, taught by Jim Blinn of JPL)  His sample scene was 8 points at the corners of a cube.

It worked.  A little bit noisy, but you could tell it was a cube.
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Lex Concord

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Re:What about jobs?
« Reply #16 on: October 18, 2003, 11:49:36 pm »

NH has a sluggish job market as it is and not much at all going on in the technical sector (which is where I am).  How are 20,000 plus people going to find gainful employment, let along linear career transplantation?

NH has hundreds, perhaps thousands, of current job openings.  Listings today:

http://www.monster.com -- 1,137 jobs

http://www.hotjobs.com -- 393 jobs

http://www.careerbuilder.com -- 411 jobs

That should be plenty for everyone who is looking to move right away.
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Top Dollar

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Re:What about jobs?
« Reply #17 on: October 19, 2003, 02:30:37 am »

Small world!  That's Chris Stassen.  I took that class with him!  (CS 274, Computer Graphics, taught by Jim Blinn of JPL)  His sample scene was 8 points at the corners of a cube.

It worked.  A little bit noisy, but you could tell it was a cube.

The math for that must be pretty intense.  Wonder if the technology has been developed any further.
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