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Larson gets computing award March 28 at WSU


Last updated 4/6/2017 at 8:20pm

Elizabeth Larson

Pullman, WA – Four years ago, Elizabeth Larson entered the ASR Laboratory with a curiosity in the computer science field. She is interested in becoming a computer programmer or engineer and centered her research on coding-related projects. In 2013-2014, Elizabeth created some very innovative and independent research, where three-dimensional digitally animated frames were played with different numbers of revolutions on each frame, affecting the final length of the video in time. Adding or deleting revolutions allows a digital object to move faster or slower, changing the final video's leng...

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