So last, well, let’s go with week, I hinted at a notification for a submitted EuroGraphics Education paper. I got said notification last week already, but was too busy with the EuroVis (EuroEverything!) Short Paper deadline to post about it.
As there is some sort of spoiler already in the title, it is probably not so surprising anymore, but there is an unexpected twist ;)… Our EuroGraphics 2016 Education paper on ‘The Online Anatomical Human: Web-based Anatomy Education’ was accepted, as a, drumroll please, short paper! Since I’m in my shortening-8-page-papers-to-half-their-size-mode (see also above: EuroVis Short Paper) anyway, good timing I guess 🙂
I updated the demo video with the latest version of the OAH, which now features textures and will soon be deployed in an upcoming Coursera MOOC on Anatomy of the Abdomen and Pelvis:
That’s all from the reigning Queen of Short Papers for now. My next double notification date is on March 18th, for the EuroVis STAR and Short Paper.
It’s weekly status update time! And what an eventful week it was, this was the week in which I quit Facebook with mixed results. In other news, this weekly status update features: the Meez, performance night, The Online Anatomical Human, emacs and deadline chasing (again): Continue reading Weekly Status Update #12: Emacsochism