Ball B-splines Ball B-splines are used to model tube-like 3D surfaces or volumes. You can imagine them as a rubber hull over a sequence of marbles of variable diameter. The concept is almost identical to that of normal B-splines: We fit a polynomial to small segments of the complete curve. By combining multiple piecewise polynimials we Read more about Ball B-splines[…]
My doctoral thesis on Scanpath Comparison Algorithms is published, you can grab a free copy at http://hdl.handle.net/10900/74458 or the compressed e-book version for online reading (with slightly less beautiful figures) at my university webpage.
Ever wondered how your eyes perform while playing a videogame? Turns out they might be quite important for you winning the game. Actually, so important that one can even distinguish whether you are a winner based solely on the movement of your eyes!