You can also look at one of my past research project, iPVR.

My current research interest lies in using my new toy, a GPS unit, together with google Maps.

Here are the forms you need to incorporate in Ontario.

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Jimmy Talbot

M.Sc., Computer Science, University of Toronto, 1998.
H.B.Sc., Space & Communication Science, York University, 1996.

My research interests used to be in physics-based modeling, soil simulation and mesh simplification algorithms (particularly progressive meshes). My M.Sc. work dealt with the simulation of skin deformations that arise due to joint movement and muscle flexion.

As you can see, my site is under permanent construction. I hope you can find what you're looking for despite the lack of menus or search functionality.

I like to program in C#, C++ and in Java. I used to use Open Inventor and Performer on SGI platforms for rendering, but I'm currently using Microsoft's Direct3D and OpenGL (When I do work on 3D graphics projects).

I worked at MacDonald Dettwiler Space & Advanced Robotics under an NSERC Industrial Postgraduate Scholarship. At the end of 1999, I moved on to Vizible to lead the development of a 3D user interface that excels at navigating, organizing and manipulating visual information (like digital photo albums or movie clips). It's also very pleasant to look at and allows talented designers to create mesmerizing presentations.

Here is a picture of Pei-Fang and me at the tulip festival in Ottawa (click on the small picture for a larger one).

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