Far more entertaining than it has any right to be: Newton's Pendulum (Gangnam Style)
I had not realized that buying colourful curtains would turn my apartment into a Cornell box (http://www.graphics.cornell.edu/online/box/history.html).
Time for another edition of: Song Stuck In Head Please Help
A whole Wikipedia article singing the praises of a certain 1D root-finding algorithm, which was published in 2020, and has only 3 citations. Is this a new avenue of self-promotion by the authors?
They're the roots of the polynomial \(\lambda^3 - (a^2 + b^2 + c^2)\lambda - 2 a b c\), but I'm not sure that helps.
Thinking about the eigenmatrices of the Hessian of the 3x3 determinant, after http://www.tkim.graphics/DYNAMIC_DEFORMABLES/. Kind of a bummer that the eigenvalues of [[0, c, b], [c, 0, a], [b, a, 0]] are so messy. Is there at least a neat argument why they have to be?
This image (without the fiery text) is from my paper lol
Assistant professor of computer science at IIT Delhi.
I'm just here for the TeX.
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