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January Meeting

Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

When:
Thursday, January 17, 2019 @ 7:00pm

Where:
Wright State University
Russ Engineering Center, Room 348

Presentations/Topics:
We will talk about the exhibits for our booth at TechFest on February 16th and 17th. Everyone who is working on a project for the booth should bring what you’ve got, so that we can see the progress!

As part of the discussion, Grant Root will do a short demo of two distributions he’s been playing with: Li-f-e (Linux for Education) and elementary OS.

Time permitting, he will also lead a discussion about what it’s like manning the TechFest booth, and best approaches to chatting up the visitors.

Other topics: TBD

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December Meeting: Software-Defined Radio

Tuesday, December 18th, 2018

When:
Thursday, December 20, 2018 @ 7:00pm

Where:
Wright State University
Russ Engineering Center, Room 348

Presentations/Topics:
Jonathan Moseley (KE8GAH) will be presenting on “SDR: Linux and the Future of Wireless”.

Please bring your own ideas, questions, open source announcements, etc.

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November Meeting

Sunday, November 11th, 2018

When:
Thursday, November 15, 2018 @ 7:00pm

Where:
Wright State University
Russ Engineering Center, Room 348

Presentations/Topics:
R. Travis Rose will present “REP TEK: A Cyber Punk Game in Sc(R)ummVM (cross-platform game engine)”.

  • Set in Ridley Scott & Westwood Studio’s Blade Runner™ universe
  • Fair use/creative commons licensing addressed
  • Game theory motivation(s)
  • Sample video keyframe analysis
  • Overview of Sc(R)ummVM game engine utilizing C++/SDL
  • Game tree analysis
  • Remix+engine+embedded language idea(s)
  • Etc.

T.Rose has a M.S. in Computer Science from Virginia Tech (VT), and a Bachelor’s in Computer Science from Wright State (WSU). He has worked in industry at GE Aviation as a technical support specialist/systems analyst, and previously for the U.S. Government as a computer scientist at NIST. He has interests in computer graphics and computer animation, multi-lingual and cross-platform programming. Favorite topics include artificial intelligence, machine learning, data driven evaluation, data analysis, video+video gaming, and game theory.

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