Four short links: 17 October 2019
Compositing Software, Website Vulnerabilities, Logic Puzzles, and FPGA-in-USB
- Natron — open source compositing software for VFX and motion graphics.
- Solving Logic Grid Puzzles With An Algorithm That Imitates Human Behavior — We present in this paper our solver for logic grid puzzles. The approach used by our algorithm mimics the way a human would try to solve the same problem. Every progress made during the solving process is accompanied by a detailed explanation of our program’s reasoning. Since this reasoning is based on the same heuristics that a human would employ, the user can easily follow the given explanation.
- Fomu — a programmable FPGA device that fits inside a USB port. It has four buttons, an RGB LED, and an FPGA that is compatible with a fully open source chain and capable of running a RISC-V core. Fomu comes in a custom plastic enclosure that slots perfectly into a USB Type-A port.