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Job: Wavelets and dancing
 
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David Durlach (ddurlach@world.std.com)
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 18, 1997 12:11 am    
Subject: Job: Wavelets and dancing
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#14 Job: Wavelets and dancing

I am a high-tech artist and inventor that build computer controlled
sculptures that dance with music. I and my design studio TechnoFrolics
are currently working on a project, funded in part by the National
Science Foundation, that includes work on developing DSP algorithms to
process music in order to permit our sculptures to dance in synchrony.
It is my hope to find a person (undergraduate, graduate student,
professor, or other) with an interest and expertise in Wavelet analysis
to collaborate with us on this project. A graduate student working on a
Masters or Ph.D. related to Wavelets might be ideal. We do not have the
financial resources to hire someone at normal industry wages, and
therefore frequently work with students in our area who get academic
credit for their work. Another possibility might be to find a professor
who wants his research shown off in a flashy manner.

For more information on me and my work, you may wish to examine a 5
page March 1997 article about TechnoFrolics on Discover Magazine's web
site http://www.enews.com/magazines/discover/magtxt/9703-5.html. It does
an excellent job at introducing our work.

Sincerely,

David Durlach

TECHNOFROLICS
11 Miller Street
Somerville, MA 02143
Phone 617-441-8870 Fax 617-441-8872
David Durlach Founder and Director
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