Tonemapped Campus January 26, 2010

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I changed the graduate computer science course I’m taking this semester from advanced security topics to the mobile applications class that Professor eric brewer is teaching. The class is pretty packed and at the capacity limit, meaning I had to sit on a large table at the side of the small room with another classmate instead of a normal desk.

Today’s class was a guest lecture by the professor behind the cellscope project, which aims to put microscope technology on cell phones for third world countries to use in detecting diseases.

I also had my second web entrepreneurship course.

Carried my DSLR around campus today and took a combination or normal photographs and tonemapped HDR photographs.