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NY to SF
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I was hired by frog SF in the middle of 2014, after living in NYC for eight years and starting our family it was time to move. We took two weeks to drive across  NY, NJ, PA, OH, IN, IL,...
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Leap Motion Landing Simulator
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Unified Field was part of the developer preview program for the Leap Motion Controller and we considered using it for the Kennedy Space Center Exhibit. The official Leap Controller didn't launch until the Summer of 2013 around the time the museum opened, so we weren't able...
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Meeting Col. Chris Hadfield
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I was honored to meet Col. Chris Hadfield at the Union Square Barnes and Noble book signing event for his new book "An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth" on November 1st, 2013, my friend Mike Edwards came along as...
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Space Shuttle Atlantis Exhibit Launch
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I was fortunate to be on-site during the opening of the Space Shuttle Atlantis Exhibit at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. 40 former astronauts who represented crew members from all of Atlantis' missions were also in attendance in addition to...
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SEGD 2013 Conference Presentation, San Francisco
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I presented a case study about our design and development work for the GE Works conference on behalf of Unified Field at the 2013 SEGD National Conference. The conference was titled "Above the Fog" and located at the Fairmont Hotel in...
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GLSL Realistic Earth
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This is a realistic earth rendered in OpenGL in real time using GLSL shaders for dynamically blending the day, night, and cloud textures and uses a light scattering algorithm for illuminating the atmosphere based on the sun position. The earth...
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Johnson Space Center – Houston, TX
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I visited Johnson Space Center in Houston TX during a research trip for the Shuttle Atlantis project to help interview astronaut instructors and test out the official NASA Shuttle training simulators. It was humbling to be among all the staff...
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