David Chen’s paper, “Interframe Coding of Global Image Signatures for Mobile Augmented Reality,” presented in March at the Data Compression Conference, has been selected to receive the prestigious Capocelli Award, given yearly for an outstanding student-authored and student-presented paper. A copy of David’s paper can be found here.
Adam and Jessa from the Bushwig Magic Grant will present their work at the Pop Culture Association/American Culture Association National Meeting in Chicago this week. They will speak on identity curation, or rather, the decisions we make about how to present ourselves in everyday life, summarizing the focus groups they’ve interviewed for their Magic Grant. Good luck!
CityBeat, a social media mining news project, will be featured at the Hacks/Hackers NYC Demo Day on Monday, March 17. Raz Schwartz of Cornell Tech and Alyssa Katz of The New York World will share their project-in-progress with New York City’s community of news developers and innovators. Participants get 5 minutes to present a news-oriented project, and 5
Congratulations to members of the 2013/14 Magic Grant CityBeat, whose paper was accepted to the demo track at WWW 2014. Their paper, “CityBeat: Real-time Social Media Visualization of Hyper-local City Data,” presents City Beat, a real-time visualization of hyper-local content, including event detection and trends, for cities. Explore all of the WWW 2014 Accepted Demos! Abstract:
Congratulations to 2012-2013 Magic Grant team members Brendan Jou, Hongzhi Li, Joseph G. Ellis and faculty advisor Shih-Fu Chang for winning the Grand Challenge 1st Place Award at ACM Multimedia. Their paper, “Structured Exploration of Who, What, When, and Where in Heterogenous Multimedia News Sources,” can be seen here.
The Human-computer Interaction group at Stanford University presents Arrowhead, a story that will be collaboratively written by Tom Kealey (Jones Lecturer of the Creative Writing department), Chris Baty (founder of NaNoWriMo), and people from all over the web! Arrowhead will be written using Ensemble, a new and experimental collaborative writing platform coming out of the HCI group with the goal