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Jarvis’ March

In computational geometry, Jarvis’ march or gift wrapping algorithm is used to compute the convex hull of a given set of points. The algorithm has broad range of applications in mathematics and computer science practically in pattern recognition, image processing, statistics, geographic information system (GIS) and game theory. Convex hull or convex envelope of a…

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Launching of Sneak Peek

The development of the first iOS app for Mind Companion has reached significant milestone. Most of the important features have been completed and are now in the pipeline of unit testing. We have decided to reveal a sneak peek of our first product. Check it out at Mind Companion‘s website.

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Dissolve and Reboot

When a partnership does not work out as good as it should be, then it is time to make a decision to dissolve the partnership and reboot. It is really sad to reach this point when the partnership at Mind Companion has to come to an end. On October 2, I sent out an email to call for…

My New Adventure

The past four weeks were very exciting but filled with emotion and sorrows. Since the inception of a new startup sometime mid June, I have been working non-stop building ideas and pulling pieces together and neglected a lot of feelings especially the feelings and needs of people surrounding me. We had two deadlines to meet. One…

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Robin Williams

After visiting Cyberport (Hong Kong) in the morning, Jo, Silvia and I were on our way to visit The Hong Kong Science and Technology Park and I read the news about the death of Robin Williams. According to the news, Robin committed suicide on the morning of August 11 at his home in Paradise Cay, California….

The Great Team of Mind Companion

The Great Team

Yesterday, we finally completed the StartmeupHK competition form and submitted before the deadline. The team spirit is high and we are set to meet in Hong Kong on August 8. The meeting will be the first time the team members to meet each other. What brings us together? Passion! Yes, passion it is. We all…

Emotional Metamorphosis

“Emotions are generally regarded in the mind of the Buddhist as aspects of our personality that interfere with the development of a spiritual life, as unwholesome states ethically undesirable, and roadblocks to be cleared in the battleground between reason and emotion. In keeping with this perspective emotions are described as states of agitation or imbalance.”…