A visit to Champaign, a return flight with a ‘possible weapon’. I went to the 2019 Wolfram Technical Conference last week in snowy Champaign Illinois. I gave a talk on some stuff we were doing in our classes… Read More
A talk I gave at the Wolfram Technology Conference, 2019. In our “Computational Methods for Psychology and Neuroscience” course, we teach undergraduate students the fundamentals of computational thinking (as opposed to traditional “programming”) using a project-based approach. Over… Read More
Well, OK, just measuring ambient light for now… but we’ll get there in class soon. Students in my Computational Methods class are using an Arduino to do some simple sensor measurement stuff. I found a bunch of old… Read More
Yes, so many other things I could be doing, but this is more important – using a webcam, some Mathematica, and therapy putty. Somehow, as I age, I keep accidentally hurting myself. I know, weird right? So, while… Read More
A demonstration written in Mathematica to show the interaction of the retina and LGN on the sampling of image information from the eyes. You can play with the receptive field size to see how the whole “Hybrid Images”… Read More
So much noise. A method for creating a variety of pseudo-random `noisy’ stimuli that possess several useful statistical and phenomenal features for psychophysical experimentation is outlined. These stimuli are derived from a pseudo-periodic function known as multidimensional noise…. Read More
This is a test of an embedded iframe of fun and joy. Please excuse anything annoying. [advanced_iframe securitykey=”c8f174978f95886638babe6f19ad6e691566779b” src=”https://www.wolframcloud.com/objects/daf49e5e-2e03-4c1e-b1c4-b5750bbd5fdc?_view=frameless” width=”100%” height=”600″] Most sincerely.
A phase-space plot of height v. exaggeration for two different types of balls with two different coefficients of restitution. Nothing important here, just a fun looking plot.
I whipped up some simple syntax support for Mathematica / Wolfram Language in Microsoft’s VSCode. Grab it here: marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=flipphillips.wolfram-language.
I was working on a project in Gießen last week and needed some code I wrote back in the late 1980’s / early 1990’s. Sadly, this is no replacement for the super cool FuzzyLogic Mathematica package (RIP). It… Read More