I still remember when I was high school kid, our math teacher (Mr. Volansky) brought into class book with anaglyphic glasses and you could see all the trigonometry we were taught in three dimensions. On that day, I thought that's the coolest thing I have ever seen. We already have three dimensional movies . For some reason 3D TVs are no longer selling that much, so why not to buy some cheap anaglyphic glasses , write some python code and get lost in wonderland? [Why don't we have passive glasses computer monitors is beyond my understanding. 3D games would be so much blast. And we don't need any heavy VR/AR headset. With passive glasses monitors we would have even colors.] Enjoy the images (Merry Belated Christmas): If you already have the glasses, you might enjoy Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming as well.
Standard deviation loss Outputs of Resnet end up closer together Cross entropy loss Outputs of Resnet have bigger differences between correct samples Also, correct probability of test set looks log-normal once again Images created with pytorch CIFAR-10 training .
Few days ago I came across a review for linux distro Garuda and while I did not do full install, I wanted to check it out by running live on USB. Garuda Linux It has many flavors, and I tested the first one - Garuda KDE Dr460nized. I did like the transparency of the terminals and moving windows was definitely on the trippy side :). It looks quite pretty.