Distinguished Lecture

by Mike Gleicher on May 1, 2013

On Thursday, May 9th at 4pm in room 1240 CS there will be a distinguished lecture.

The speaker is Prof. James O’Brien from U.C. Berkeley.

James is a well-known animation researcher, who has focused on physical simulation (although he has done other things like motion capture-based animation, lighting, and computational geometry). Most recently he has been looking into perception issues as well.

I strongly recommend this talk, as it is quite relevant to class. 

I know you have a project due the next day, but you should be able to take a break for an hour, eat a cookie, and hear a (probably interesting) talk.

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