Recent advances in technology have immensely increased available computing power and data storage capacity . At the same time, digitisation of previously analog aspects of business and life, has made vast amounts of data available for analysis. Every digital log entry can somehow be collected and analysed. This is the ideal breeding ground for machine learning!
I have recently been experimenting with animation and gamification for education and training purposes. My efforts led to the creation of a few simple videos and minigames, relevant to projects and themes I have worked on in the past. A video description of an NRE reception centre and a simple minigame with the same theme have been previously published on this website.
In case a nuclear or radiological emergency (NRE) situation arises, authorities set up appropriate emergency reception centres near the scene of the incident. The primary aim of such centres is to tend to the immediate medical needs of affected individuals. If time and situation allow, decontamination may also take place.
This video shows and describes the steps required to replace a broken screen of a Google/LG Nexus 4 mobile phone. Some of the information presented is applicable to other phones.
- Materials used:
Screen repair kit (including mini-tools). Cost: around 45 Euros, including shipping costs
- Double-sided tape: 3M LE 300 LSE, 5mm x 5m. Cost: around 9 Euros
- Paper cutter knife (needed to cut the double-sided tape in small bands/pieces in order to cover as much surface as possible – please see video)
Video music track listing:
The story unfolds, performed by the Jingle Punks
Whiskey, performed by Huma-Huma
Staring at the valley, performed by Silent Partner
Yard sale, performed by Silent Partner
Nuclear or radiological emergencies (NREs) may result to injury and/or contamination of individuals. In case of NREs, responsible authorities respond by setting up an appropriate emergency reception centre near the scene of the incident.