Archive | October, 2011

Use Stanford’s OpenSim Software for Human Motion Simulations

The NIH National Center for Simulation in Rehabilitation Research (NCSRR) at Stanford University offers an amazing open-source software for musculoskeletal modeling and dynamic simulations of human body.

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Displaying Real-time EEG Using MindWave & MATLAB

Jacob Bollinger, a cognitive neuroscientist at UCSF uploaded a video testing various devices for displaying his real time electroencephalograms (EEG). He finally shows it by using Neurosky Mindwave and MATLAB ….

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Twitter Follower Contest: Daily Trojan vs. Daily Bruin

The student-run newspaper of USC, Daily Trojan and UCLA’s Daily Bruin aims to reach most number Twitter followers by the last issue of the semester to win the Twitter contest. Okay, I love USC and Daily Trojan. So, #FanFollow >>> @DailyTrojan and tweet us to spread the word.

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Top 10 Study Groups & Resources for Stanford’s Open Class on AI

AI is the first Stanford’s full course available to the public for free. In a class of 140k+ students, one needs to find a serious study group. Here is a list of top resources which I could find in todays date…

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