AI regulation, 3D displays, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#19)

Summer is here! Temperatures on the rise (we almost reached 30ºC for a couple days), and rain seems to be over (not saying that too loud, I do not want to jinx it). Lots of interesting news this week, so let’s get to it. A dinner with Myxomycetes Really nice macro photographies of slime moulds.…More

Maus, the Pixel experience, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#04)

I. Need. To. Sleep. Week. Has. Been. Ex. Haus. Ting. Fox only, no items, final destination A couple cool pieces on how mainstream video games have become. The one on FT goes along the huge amounts of money the industry has been generating during the last decades, overcoming other forms of cultural content such as…More

Data fusion as a way to perform compressive sensing

Some time ago I started working on some kind of data fusion problem where we have access to several imaging systems working in parallel, each one gathering a different multidimensional dataset with mixed spectral, temporal, and/or spatial resolutions. The idea is to perform 4D imaging at high spectral, temporal, and spatial resolutions using some single-pixel/multi-pixel…More