Saturday, September 07, 2013

Saturday Morning Videos: Big Data Boot Camp, Alyosha Molnar on Angle-Sensitive Pixel-Based 3D Camera, Nanopore processes, Aggie Robot

A comment was left on the Around the blogs in 78 hours blog entry about the The "Big Data boot camp" at the Simons Institute

All videos recordings of the bootcamp lectures so far are currently available at
they will soon been added to the official workshop website as well, which is
Thank you anonymous commenter. I'll keep you posted when they are listed or you can leave a comment here if you spot them there.

On his blog, Vladimir mentioned a video by Alyosha Molnar on Angle-Sensitive Pixel-Based 3D Camera
In this Youtube video Alyosha Molnar, Assistant Professor at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University presents his ideas on angle-sensitive pixels for 3D imaging. The presentation appears to be based on the previously published slides here.

We mentioned some of this work before

I mentioned nanopores and how they work before. Here is a video that explains more vividly different scenarios (courtesy of the Oxford Nanopore Vimeo feed):

Run Until - DNA sequencing informatics on the GridION and MinION systems from Oxford Nanopore on Vimeo.
Protein Detection from Oxford Nanopore on Vimeo.
MiRNA Detection from Oxford Nanopore on Vimeo.

Finally, of interest an agriculture robot:

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