MeshLabJS: the run-in-browser mesh processing tool

MeshLabJS: the run-in-browser mesh processing tool
We are proud to present the first beta, experimental, buggy, incomplete version of MeshLabJS, the client-side, run-in-browser port of MeshLab. Available at: http://www.meshlabjs.net It is still rudimental, very minimal, but yet it is a nice example of how current browsers are able to run C++ code compiled into a javascript at a pretty decent speed. Just to make an example it is able to halve...
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Eurographics 2016 Joaquim Jorge International Program Co-Chair

Eurographics 2016 Joaquim Jorge International Program Co-Chair
This conference continues a series of conferences organized by the Eurographics Association covering the wide field of computer graphics, from applied geometry techniques of meshing and surface reconstruction to photorealistic techniques (e.g., path tracing), as well as computer animation and simulation of natural phenomena. The venue of the 37th Eurographics conference will be held at FIL Conf...
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Game Over? Gamification and Adaptive Content for Engineering Courses

Game Over? Gamification and Adaptive Content for Engineering Courses
Gamification has been explored as a way to promote content delivery in education, yielding promising results. However, little is known regarding how it helps different students experience learning and acquire knowledge. Traditional approaches to University teaching still follow the wake of First Industrial Revolution Assembly-Line fashion to industriate thousands of students with the same content ...
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