This web site is made with SPIP, a publishing system for the Internet (sort of CMS). Its entirely free under the GNU/GPL licence.
The logos for the web site and sections are pictures of "electropteres", sculptures I made out of electronic components (resistors, diodes, transistors, etc).
I have been teaching various computer science topics in the department of Medialogy for Aalborg University (Denmark) in Esbjerg and Copenhaguen (2005-2009). Here are some more details.
Medialogy regroups technical and creative skills. From the technical point of view, media tools are today strongly based on computers. Therefore, my contribution as a teacher is first to guarantee that students have a sufficient knowledge in computer sciences. This starts with programming and (...)
Jaron Lanier already mentioned in 1992 , at a conference on VR and disabilities, the parallel between the development of interface for disabled people and the research in virtual reality; "Let’s look at the human being closely. Let’s see how people perceive the world or how they act. Let’s design a computer to fit very closely around them, like a glove, you might say. Let’s match up the technology to exactly what people are good at" (Lanier 1992). This pioneer view defines quite well the (...)
“GLV” is a working prototype for precise flow control of video files. It is useless as-is (does not play sound), but provides a good working-basis for my other project; SuperMixer.
The features implemented are:
Usual play/stop, pause/unpause, ffwrd/fbwrd Varying play speed; x1/4, x1/3, x1/2, x2, x3 Mark IN and OUT; plays a section of a video File selection with preview
The program is made in C/C++ with:
libavcodec - audio/video codec library from FFmpeg. It reads almost any video format (...)