I feel: 🙂(good), 🤷🏻♀️(confused)
This morning I downloaded a bunch of animations for the VRAC Beach Patrol VR application … turns out I downloaded them in the wrong format. That was a little upsetting, but it’s okay.
For lunch, the 3D scanning graduate mentors took us to a Chinese restaurant. It was yummy. 😊(happy)
This afternoon, we had an HCI class. Professor Gilbert shared an app called SIGCHI which informs it’s audience on current conferences and the schedules for each one. We talked about the CHI (Computer Human Interaction) conference, and there are so many presentations!
Right after the HCI class, we talked about t-shirt designs for the program. I’m really excited about what our t-shirt will look like! I can’t wait to share the final result with you!
As we went back to work, some of the faculty asked us if we wanted to get boba. We went to Tea Time, and it was super yummy.
The 3D scanning team had our group meeting, and Kelsey presented this week. Good job, Kelsey! She had a great flow from each topic to the next.
When I presented my weekly update slides, I mentioned I read about surface roughness, and then we got a pop quiz on what surface roughness is. There is always more to learn.
We also got a pop quiz on our coding abilities. Professor Qin says Google should be our first go to when we find a bug we are having issues with.
The reason I am confused is due to the direction our meeting seemed to steer toward. It seems like we are diverging from our original main goal to a new goal. We may begin scanning again?
Tidbit(s) of information:
• I somehow have two different Python versions installed on my computer, and I’ve tried installing NumPy on both versions and am still having some difficulties. I’m now looking into a solution with the help of Paul and Adam.