Blog topic: Engineering

Bracewell Sundial

Sundial Returns to Engineering Center

April 3, 2013

The sundial from the Terman Engineering Building has been re-mounted on the south side of  Huang Engineering Center near the main bike rack area next to the bridge.  The sundial was originally installed on the Terman Building in 1997 by Prof. Ronald N. Bracewell.  It was built by Prof. Bracewell and his son Mark.  Read more about the sundial in the March 1997 Civil Engineering at Stanford Newsletter on page 17.

Screen capture of Leonar3do

Leonar3do: Immersive 3D Design

February 13, 2013
by Michael P Nack

A new software and hardware product by Leonar3do allows users to design, manipulate and analyze 3D objects from within a virtual 3D environment.  The system utilizes a software application, 3D monitor and glasses and a spatial input tool called a bird.  The bird is used to move, rotate, sculpt and mold objects that appear to float in front of the monitor, and the 3D glasses assist with head-tracking for viewing objects from different visual angles.  A brief explanation of various design tools found in the menu is all it takes t

Mendeley Logo

Mendeley Software Upgrade, Monday February 18, 2013

February 13, 2013

Mendeley is scheduling a database software upgrade on Monday, February 18, 2013 between 1 AM and 10 AM Pacific Time (9 AM and 6 PM GMT). The software upgrade will improve the performance and the stability of the Mendeley platform. However, during the upgrade, a large part of the Mendeley platform will be unavailable, including:

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