Since that time, intense work was carried out by creating a catalogue of fixed stars, based on own observations, which was completed in These peculiarities of modern theatre get a vivid evocation in the works of Christoph Marthaler. In this paper, we present a robust predictive vision module to overcome these problems. This change has been reflected in the theory of postdramatic theatre.
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The precision and efficiency of our vision module enables two humanoid robots to play ping-pong continuously for more than rounds. It contains the great majority of the photons emitted by the universe, and THz observations of molecules and dust are able penetrate deeply into molecular clouds, thus revealing the full history of star and planet formation.
Xiaopeng Chen Full Text Available Developing a vision module for a humanoid ping-pong game is challenging due to the spin and the non-linear rebound of the ping-pong ball. In this paper, we present a robust predictive vision module to overcome these problems. The hardware of the vision module is composed of two stereo camera pairs with each pair detecting the 3D positions of the ball on one half of the ping-pong table.
Accordingly, the successful deployments of the Herschel and SOFIA observatories, and the emerging capabilities of ALMA, are both revolutionizing our understanding of THz astrophysics and placing stringent demands on the generation of accurate laboratory data on the relevant gas phase and solid state materials detected. We have investigated solid materials from room temperature to 10 K, and can examine both refractory matter such as silicates and molecular ices.
For the latter, we have demonstrated that the THz bands observed are uniquely sensitive to both the molecular structure of the ice and its thermal history, and thus that THz observations can provide novel insight into the dominant condensable materials in dense, cold regions.
In the gas phase we can record doppler-limited data over at least a decade in bandwidth. Having entered into theatre from music, the director creates his own unique language of art.
The author concludes that its main distinctive feature is to blur the border between musical and dramatic performance. Marthaler does not stage the play — the images appear from musical phrases, fleeting impressions, observations and dramatic improvisations.
The analysis enables to claim that the theatre in a real process of performance replaces the mimetic acting today. From the beginning, the main interest was focussed on the fixed stars, since William had recognized that exact position determinations were a prerequisite for further progress in astronomy.
The observatory personnel was enlarged, inby the mathematician, clock-maker and instrument-maker Jost Bürgi, and in by the practical astronomer Christoph Rothmann. Since that time, intense work was carried out by creating a catalogue of fixed stars, based on own observations, which was completed in The accuracy of its stellar positions had not been reached in the past, and even superseded that of the almost contemporary catalogue by Tycho Brahe.
Research in theoretical astronomy and cosmology at the landgrave's court in Cassel was also revolutionary: the acceptance of the heliocentric world system, investigations on refraction, the dismissal of the concept of solid planetary spheres and even that of a world ether, the nature of cometary tails, etc.