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3D Tracking by Geodesic "triangulation"

We track “featureless” points in nonrigid (isometric) objects.

Articulated objects such as the human body are formed by (almost) rigid parts connected by joints. For this type of objects, the distance (geodesic) between points, measured over the object’s surface is invariant to pose (different angles of the joints). 61 more words

How is training measured? Part 2: it's all about perception

All physical training can be described in terms of the training process and the training outcomes. In order to improve outcomes, you need to have a thorough understanding of the process. 522 more words

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Hotel bookings at Mount Abu,

Hotel bookings at Mount Abu,.

We are a unit of KHS (Kapadi Hospitality Services) In Mount Abu-307501, Rajasthan, India Providing the Hotel Accommodation Services, Home Stay Services, Taxi Booking, Two wheeler on rent, Conference, events & marriages etc… services for Mount Abu… 27 more words

Review of The Air of Deception by D.K. Amsdem

Book two of the Danny Berry series ‘The Air of Deception’ opens with now eighteen year old Danny chatting with his two dogs Teddy Mae and Ike about his life. 356 more words

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June Race - Camano Crab Dash 5k

Last weekend I ran the Camano Island Crab Dash 5k! It was a beautiful hilly run with a great crowd. There were less crab costumes and hats than anticipated, but the runners were kind and encouraging. 176 more words

Running

How is training measured? Part 1: Math

When you train, you want to know two variables: how much you train (the variable you control) and your adaptations, or your improvements in fitness, that result from that training. 850 more words

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