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Texture Synthesis demo
BibTeX to HTML
Texture discrimination analysis
1997 AI Olympics Photo Album
Tour the MIT AI Lab


Tour the MIT AI Lab

As the fearless leader of Athens in the 1996 MIT AI Olympics I was responsible for insuring our teams victory! Though we were safely in the lead by the time of the interactive Web event, Carlin Vieri created this virtual tour of the 7th floor of the AI Lab.

BibTeX to HTML

I've built a little program for parsing BibTeX and displaying selected fields using a formatting file. This formatting file accesses the BibTeX data fields through a simple mark-up language which allows the embedding of field data with standard text, html, htex, etc. Blocks can be conditionally printed depending on the existence of fields. BibTeX includes, and cross references are supported too!

1997 AI Olympics Photo Album

To organize the massive numbers of images I colleted with our digital camera, I designed this self-modifiable image gallery browser. It allows you to select images, caption them, and add them to a favorates folder.

Texture Synthesis Online demo

The goal of probabilistic texture synthesis can be stated as follows: to generate a new image, from an example texture, such that the new image is sufficiently different from the original yet still appears as though it was generated by the same underlying stochastic process as was the original texture. If successful, the new image will differ from the original, yet have perceptually identical texture characteristics. With this web interface, you can synthesize new textures from images anywhere on the web using a technique developed in my masters thesis and presented in a paper at SIGGRAPH'97 . Simply enter the URL of the image which you wish to use as a source, choose the threshold, and scale. Then fire away!

Texture discrimination analysis

Help me collect data on texture discriminability. In a series of questions four texture patches are shown. Each texture is randomly generated. They are all different from one another, however, one of the patches was generated through a different process than the others. Can you identify which patch it is?


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