Over the past decade, Carnegie Mellon University has strengthened its standing in the humanities. The Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences is proud to have distinguished faculty and talented students who are leading the humanities into the 21st century.
Faculty and students within the Departments of English, History, Modern Languages and Philosophy focus on teaching and learning deep intellectual knowledge as well as developing useful, practical skills. Often, they cross disciplines to solve real world problems. For example, philosophers are working to improve medical ethics practices and food marketing tactics geared towards children; historians are developing policy recommendations for forensic DNA profiling and drug policy; and, an English professor created a social networking tool to improve education, and it is now being used by tens of thousands of students all over the world.
For more information, visit http://www.cmu.edu/dietrich/humanities
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Read more: researchers are increasingly turning to nature for inspiration. Watch a robotic salamander, a water strider robot, mechanical cockroaches and some cool self-configuring robots.
Footage courtesy of: University of Essex, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Carnegie Mellon University, ULB-EPFL, Tokyo Institute of Technology, National Institute of Advanced Science and Technology (AIST).
Using infrared (IR) light pens and the Wii Remote, it is possible to create very low-cost multi-point interactive whiteboards and multi-point tablet displays. Johnny Chung Lee, Carnegie Mellon University.
WATCH THE FULL MOVIE AT: http://jotv-36.blogspot.com/2008/09/smart-people-2008-film.html People is a 2008 comedy film starring Dennis Quaid, Sarah Jessica Parker, Ellen Page and Thomas Haden Church. The film was directed by Noam Murro and written by Mark Poirier. It was filmed on location in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, including several scenes at Carnegie Mellon University and the Pittsburgh International Airport. The film premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, where North American distribution rights were acquired by Miramax Films. The film was released widely on April 11, 2008.
Lawrence Wetherhold is miserable and misanthropic: he's a widower, a pompous professor at Carnegie Mellon, an indifferent father to a college student and a high-school senior, and the reluctant brother of a ne'er-do-well who's come to town. A seizure and a fall send Lawrence to the emergency room where the physician, a former student of his, ends up going on a date with him. His daughter, Vanessa, lonely and friendless, who's been bonding with his brother, tries to sabotage dad and the doctor's relationship, but Lawrence is good at that without help. Is there any way these smart people can get a life? Can happiness be pursued beneath layers of irony?
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have given Honda's humanoid robot, ASIMO, the ability to walk towards a goal position while avoiding stationary and moving obstacles. More info: http://www.plasticpals.com
The Bossa Nova Prime-8 Robot is capable to rock and roll with its ultimate power of robotic intelligence. This is an evolution in the field of robotic fun with pure power of arsenal and high-tech sensors. The Prime-8 Robot was created by experts from the Robotics Institute of Carnegie Mellon University.
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The last three weeks, I've had the pleasure of working with the Machine Learning for Signal Processing Group at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. If you noticed that the settings seemed a bit different on some of my previous videos, you were right! I was couchsurfing (google it!) in Pittsburgh the last three weeks. But anyways, back to the MLSP. The MLSP is led by Bhiksha Raj and Rita Singh, and is part of the Language Technology Institute at CMU, which is regarded as pretty much the TOP place for language technology in the world. Pretty cool! Their group has about a half dozen graduate students at the moment. Some of the MLSP's projects are robust speech recognition, source separation, dereverberation, and language processing. For more info, please check out http://ayesha.lti.cs.cmu.edu/mlsp/
MLSP, learning with machines
MLSP, signal processing
If you're looking for the latest research
In language and technology
Then make your way on out to the city of steel
Where you'll find it at the MLSP
At Carnegie Mellon U
in the Language Technology Institute,
Although they're working hard, there's a playfulness in the air
Because everyone's loving what they do
Bhiksha Raj and Rita Singh
Lead their graduate students fearlessly
As a student, you couldn't ask for more
So listen here, you students, what whatcha waiting for!
General Motors R&D and several universities are working on a system that would use data gathered from an array of vehicle sensors and cameras and project images generated by compact ultra violet lasers directly onto the entire surface of the windshield. The GM team is working with Carnegie Mellon University and The University of Southern California, as well as other institutions, to create a full windshield head-up system leveraging night vision, navigation and camera-based sensor technologies to improve driver visibility and object detection ability.
MSIT programme is being offered by “Consortium of Institutions of Higher Learning” (CIHL), formed by the universities in Andhra Pradesh, in collaboration with leading universities from across the globe. CIHL has designed the programme with the active participation of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), USA and inputs from major IT companies. CMU is a leading institution in the field of Information Technology.
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Using the infrared camera in the Wii remote and a head mounted sensor bar (two IR LEDs), you can accurately track the location of your head and render view dependent images on the screen. This effectively transforms your display into a portal to a virtual environment. The display properly reacts to head and body movement as if it were a real window creating a realistic illusion of depth and space. By Johnny Chung Lee, Carnegie Mellon University.
Part 3 of 3. Classic Game Room interview with Jesse Schell, CEO of Schell Games and professor at Carnegie Mellon University Entertainment Technology Center. Schell Games develops and distributes progressive, interactive experiences and games for a wide audience. Schell Games produces theme park rides as well as games for iPad, phones, handhelds, PC, online and other mobile devices. Some games developed and produced by Schell Games are Mechatars, Puzzle Clubhouse, InnerCube, Jelly Kingdoms, Triazzle Island, Battle Ball, Toy Story Mania!, Disney Pinball, Pixie Hollow and Goofy Speedway.
Part 2 of 3. Classic Game Room interview with Jesse Schell, CEO of Schell Games and professor at Carnegie Mellon University Entertainment Technology Center. Schell Games develops and distributes progressive, interactive experiences and games for a wide audience. Schell Games produces theme park rides as well as games for iPad, phones, handhelds, PC, online and other mobile devices. Some games developed and produced by Schell Games are Mechatars, Puzzle Clubhouse, InnerCube, Jelly Kingdoms, Triazzle Island, Battle Ball, Toy Story Mania!, Disney Pinball, Pixie Hollow and Goofy Speedway.
Part 1 of 3. Classic Game Room interview with Jesse Schell, CEO of Schell Games and professor at Carnegie Mellon University Entertainment Technology Center. Schell Games develops and distributes progressive, interactive experiences and games for a wide audience. Schell Games produces theme park rides as well as games for iPad, phones, handhelds, PC, online and other mobile devices. Some games developed and produced by Schell Games are Mechatars, Puzzle Clubhouse, InnerCube, Jelly Kingdoms, Triazzle Island, Battle Ball, Toy Story Mania!, Disney Pinball, Pixie Hollow and Goofy Speedway.
Part 1 of 2. Classic Game Room interviews Anthony Daniels, the actor who plays C-3PO in all six Star Wars films who is a visiting professor at Carnegie Mellon Entertainment Technology Center. CGR talkes about STAR WARS, the C-3PO suit and teaching at Carnegie Mellon University with Anthony Daniels at CMU Entertainment Technology Center in Pittsburgh, PA. At the ETC you can earn a degree in entertainment technology which prepares for a career in video game design, videogame programming, theme park design, interactive entertainment and movies and special effects. Who better to learn from than C-3PO?? Students from Carnegie Mellon have graduated to work in game companies that have produced games like Halo and Sims. Work hard and this is where you go to learn to program and design for Playstation 3 PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo, Disney, Pixar and other big entertainment companies. The Force FTW.
Part 3 of 3. Robots, videogames, Iron Man and R2-D2... Classic Game Room visits Carnegie Mellon University Entertainment Technology Center where students earn a masters degree in entertainment technology which can help them land jobs in the video game industry, robotics and world domination. Come visit the CMU ETC with CGR and marvel at their collection of video game, movie and robotics paraphernalia. Mentors like C-3PO, R2-D2, Gort and Iron Man await student who want to spend two years and countless hours learning to defy ordinary and create games in a group environment. Game design isn't easy but with motivation like this who wouldn't want to do it? Even their bathroom has a Super Mario Bros. theme. See Quasi the robot and robot from Terminator 2 as well as the Hoffbrauhaus across the river.