|What's New at the METIP Web Site|
Coming in Autumn 2010We plan to release a new package of software for image processing in the Autumn of 2010. If you are interested in receiving an announcement when the software is released, send a message with subject line PIXELMATH RELEASE to Steven Tanimoto at this email address: t a n i m o t o (at) c s (dot) w a s h i n g t o n (dot) e d u.
Summer Courses and Workshops, 2002Materials from the METIP project are being used at the University of Washington for outreach activities coordinated with the following programs: GEAR-UP, Thinkquest Live, DO-IT, and MESA/MITE.
Freshman SeminarsThe project's draft book, Pixels, Numbers, and Programs, is being used in the University of Washington's Freshman Seminar program each Autumn, Winter, and Spring quarter during the period 2001-2003. This seminar typically gets a high percentage of female participants, and it's encouraging to find that there are new approaches to Unlocking the Clubhouse: Women in Computing (see the book of this name by Margolis and Fisher at Carnegie-Mellon Univ.). Participants in these seminars use project software to explore the relationships among visual effects, mathematics, and programming.
Anamorphic ImagesThe METIP project materials are being put to used in a number of talks and courses. Steve Tanimoto is presenting the project's work on Cylindrical Anamorphic Images at the M/SET 2000 conference in San Diego, Feb. 5-7, 2000. For a look at the mathematical part of this work, see how formulas are derived for computing the anamorphic image from a normal image.
Color XFORM is AvailableThe METIP project's most sophisticated educational image processing package continues to be available for both Windows PCs (Windows 95 and Windows NT) and Macintosh computers.
For details, click here.
Programming at the End of the Learning Curve: Lisp Scripting for Image ProcessingThis poster/paper is being presented at the Symposium on End User Programming at part of the Conference on Human-Centric Computing Languages and Environments, September 2001.
Last modified: Wednesday, 17 July 2002.