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Comment: Re:Arduino, AVR, RPi, Beaglebone (Score 1) 228

by ecn2 (#42721951) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Best Electronics Prototyping Platform?
I agree. Get an Arduino Uno at first and then you'll start to get a sense of what direction you want to move in from there. It has the a very strong community of support and programming it is very easy. From there, you can decide to go lower level with AVR, or you can go higher level with the BeagleBone or the Raspberry Pi.

Comment: Re:Mathematics Out of the Closet (Score 1) 521

by ecn2 (#12447145) Attached to: Mathematicians Become Hollywood Consultants
I work on a television show that does that sort of effect all the time. Our graphic artist is well-versed in computer technology and knows this isn't possible. So do our directors. However, in real forensics, there is a certain amount of tweaking and enhancing you can do to get information out of an image. The way it's done on television is an exageration of ability and time it takes to do it, just to keep the plot moving along.

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