1. 3D Computer Interface


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    Utilizing the theory of electrostatics, we have designed a low-cost human-computer interface device that has the ability to track the position of a user's hand in three dimensions. Physical contact is not required and the user does not need to hold a controller or attach markers to their body. To control the device, the user simply waves their hand above it in the air.

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    • Who's on First? ASL Performance by Janis Cole and Rosa Lee


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      A legendary "Who's on First?" was performed by Janis Cole and Rosa Lee at Northeastern University's annual ASL Festival in Boston.

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      • NUHOC State of Mind Polartec Challenge Entry 2012


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        Our members are always searching for diverse and exciting ways to enjoy nature! With $10,000 we could fill a hole in our repertoire of outdoors activities - water sports! Canoe trips used to be an important part of our club, however, all that remains of our water sport legacy is a broken paddle hung up in our lodge and a beat-up tin canoe gathering dust under our back deck. With the prize money we would be able to buy 7 canoes, 14 paddles and life jackets, 12 dry bags, and a trailer to transport it all. Having this gear would open many new and exciting opportunities, and would provide our club with amazing trips and memories for years to come!

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        • Special Order


          from Dave Maggio / Added

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          In a dispute over the quality of a sandwich, a chef's pride is put on the line. His adversary, a less-than amicable older gentleman, is looking for quality service, but he may end up getting more than he ordered. A short animation produced at Northeastern University, 2012

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          • Claymation Choreography


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            Movement, Shape, Color & Mophing, these were the guidlines for this claymation project. We were told to stay away from any sort of character building or narrative. Credits: Sean Gibney Chris Hockey Alex Simoes Ryan Wilson Music: Y.A.C.H.T. - I Love a Computer (Anacortes Version)

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            • 2012 State Superfund Managers Symposium - Northeastern Sediment Perspectives


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              Northeastern Sediment Perspectives Moderated by Lou Maccarone (RI) This session presented case studies from three prominent Northeastern Superfund sites, each with significant sediment contamination: the Centredale Manor Restoration Project Superfund Site in Rhode Island; the New Bedford Harbor Superfund Project; and the Hudson River PCBs Superfund Site. Prepared in conjunction with the Sediments Focus Group, there was also a short update from a representative of the Focus Group. - The New Bedford Harbor Superfund Project: Paul Craffey, MA DEP - Centredale Manor Restoration Project Superfund Site: Maureen Corcoran, USACE - Using Geomorphology to Investigate Sediments at Contaminated Sites - Geomorphic Investigation of the Woonasquatucket River

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              • Depression Pixilation


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                The second project my animation group has made for our class. The object was to pick a serious subject matter and create a stop motion style animation. Concept was inspired by similar animations on http://www.facetheissue.com Group Member Credits: Sean Gibney Chris Hockey Ryan Wilson Special Thanks: Benjamin Engle David Charnuska Music: Innocence Mission - Prelude in A Beirut - After the Curtain

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                • Alberta Grizzly Bear Survey 2010: short movie


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                  In April 2008, the Willmore Wilderness Foundation commenced gathering grizzly bear sightings from the traditional land users in Alberta, Canada. They began an annual Grizzly Bear Survey, which is used to supplement the scientific data gathered by Alberta Sustainable Resource Development (ASRD). The data is sent to the Provincial Carnivore Specialist to help study the range and distribution of the grizzly population in Alberta. The Foundation requested their members and partners who frequented Alberta’s foothills regions, to forward any sightings of grizzly bears to their office in Grande Cache. The Foundation hoped to glean as much information as possible: i.e. colour; sows with cubs; age of cubs; whether the bears were alone or with a group; the bears’ activities; and whether there were collars or ear tags. An on going Grizzly Bear Survey has been welcomed by the Alberta Provincial Carnivore Specialists. Many Albertans have been forwarding their sightings to grizzly@WillmoreWilderness.com or by phoning 1-866-WILMORE (945-6673). The sightings are catalogued and then forwarded to ASRD in Edmonton, to be included in the Alberta Provincial Data Base. The short 9:13 minute movie, “Alberta Grizzly Bear Survey 2010,” shows many still images that were collected during the year by Albertans. People & Peaks Production staff edited the pictures into a 9-minute documentary using a Ken Burns Effect, panning and zooming the photographs. The Alberta Grizzly Bear Survey was sponsored by Alberta Fish & Game Association, Wild Sheep Foundation: Alberta Chapter, North Eastern Alberta Fish & Game Association: Zone5 and the Willmore Wilderness Foundation.

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                  • Together Boston 2011 Festival Preview


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                    A preview of the Together Festival, coming to Boston April 18-24th. With panels, seminars, demonstrations and nighttime events, the city will come alive with the sounds of new music, art in every corner and the limitless promise of technology. Representing the commerce of culture and the culture of community. http://togetherboston.com Video by http://nitevisionmedia.com Music by Switch ("A Bit Patchy") http://www.myspace.com/switchandsolidgroove

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                    • Northeastern Album Music Sampler


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