Bul are currently 6th on the standings (file photo)StarTimes Uganda Premier League Bul FC 3-1 Mbarara City FC FUFA Technical Center, Njeru Tuesday, 30-04-2019NJERU – Bul FC came from a goal down to defeat Mbarara City 3-1 at the FUFA Technical Center in Njeru on Tuesday afternoon.Makweth Wol got the scoring rolling on 24 minutes to put the visitors ahead.Bul fought back, scoring thrice through Richard Wandyaka, Timothy Owori and substitute Douglas Owori to ensure they register a second victory in 5 games.Mbarara finished the game with 10 men after Ronnie Kisekka was twice booked and given his marching orders by referee Razak Kasalirwe, a few minutes into the second half.In the 62nd minute, BUL called for the opening change with Villa Oromochan paving way for another striker Hamis Tibita.At the same time, Mbarara City also introduced Ivan Eyam for Jude Ssemugabi.Derrick Onyai was the second change for the visitors, taking over the slot of Ibrahim Orit.BUL optimally utilized the numerical advantage, taking full control of the game especially in the last quarter.Owori could have added a fouth for Bul on 77 minutes but his shot hit the right-hand post.With under 10 minutes to play, Mbarara City introduced forward Brian Aheebwa for their goal scorer Wol.In the end, Bul took all three points of Mbarara who have now failed to win in any of their last 7 League games.This was Bul’s first victory over the Ankole Lions in 90 minutes. Their only other triumph over Mbarara came via the penalty shoot-out, back in JanuaryVictory for the Bul takes them into 6th with 43 points from 29 games.For Mbarara, they remain 5th with the same number of points as Bul but with a superior goal difference.This was the 11th victory for BUL who take on Vipers away from home, in thwir last game.Mbarara City consequently suffered their 8th loss of the campaign.Mbarara have lost 8 games this season. (file photo)The other games played on Tuesday-SC Villa 1-2 Tooro United FC-Maroons FC 0-0 Kirinya JSS FCWednesday’s fixtures-Police FC vs URA FC-Paidha Black Angels FC vs Vipers SC-Nyamityobora FC vs Ndejje University FC-Express FC vs Bright Stars FC-Ndejje University FC vs Onduparaka FCComments Tags: Bul FCDouglas OworiMakweth Wolmbarara city fcRichard WandyakaStarTimes Uganda Premier League
A morning crash on the N15 outside Donegal Town has now been cleared.The collision took place on the N15 at the Drumlongher roundabout at 8am this Monday morning. No serious injuries were reported from the minor collision.A road closure was in place on the N15 earlier this morning, followed by a stop/go system as emergency services dealt with the crash. The incident led to lengthy delays for morning commuters and school traffic on approach to the busy roundabout.Update: Road reopened following collision outside Donegal Town was last modified: November 5th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
12Add the same wiggle expression to the rotation of the null object and multiply it by .1. 9Go to the GrayMachine site and copy their inertia script. 2Create a new background solid, any color will work. You also probably want to set your shape fill to white. 1Create a new composition and add in circular shape. Add a merge paths effect and subtract a star from the circle. 6Set the start position to be off screen. 8Set keyframes of 0 50 and 0 to coincide with the stamp landing on the background. Make your motion titles more impactful with this After Effects trick.One of the hardest things to do as a motion designer is to create realistic physics in Adobe After Effects. In the following video tutorial we will take a look at how to preserve and create realistic inertia in Adobe After Effects. The video covers:Using the merge layers effect on shapesUsing inertia scriptsUsing sliders to dictate expressions.The inertia script is a great tool for any physics based projects. You can download it from GreyMachine.Don’t want to watch the video? Follow along with the step-by-step tutorial below. Click any image for larger view. 3Make everything 3D and create a new null object. 11Add a wiggle expression to the position of the null object, 1 times per second with the second parameter of the null object being parented to the slider control. 7Add a slider control to the null object. 5Set keyframes for where you want your stamp to end. 4Parent both the shape and the background to the 3D null object. 10Alt-click on the slider keyframe and paste in the script. 13Add a noise HLS to the background to simulate texture. Have any other uses for an inertia script? Share in the comments below.
Elections in West Bengal are invariably a violent affair. But in this election, the eight candidates contesting sat in a row holding the symbols allotted to them, laughing and joking with each other.This unique election, held on Wednesday in city’s Salt Lake area, was restricted to the community of sex workers who cast their votes to elect the office bearers of Durbar Mahila Samanaway Committee (DMSC), the largest sex workers’ collective in the country with 50,000 members.Smarajit Jana, an advisor of the DMSC who oversaw the elections, said the process started in June with elections to the 45 branch committees spread across West Bengal. On Wednesday, the 180 elected representatives from the 45 branch committees gathered at a community hall in Salt Lake to elect the office-bearers . There are a strict set of guidelines for holding the polls and observers were appointed to ensure that the process was free and fair. Only those who declared themselves as “sex workers” could contest and vote in the elections. “We have been not allowed to access our mobile phones. We cannot talk to any of the voters, not even wave or smile to them,” said Bishakha Laskar, contesting for the post of the president of DMSC. Ms. Laskar’s election symbol was a ladder. Other contenders for the post were allotted symbols like the telephone and sun. Three set of ballot papers were printed for the voters to decide the top three office-bearers of the DMSC.Mamata Mukherjee, an office-bearer at the Chetla branch of DMSC, said she was a first-time voter. “There is not much difference between voting in this election and in the general election. The only difference is that there is no violence or fear here,” she said. Others involved in the process said the elections had been free and fair and without any violence. Banshi Badan Chattopadhyay, a retired school teacher, functioned as one of three observers in the poll process. “We are checking for false voters and ensuring that everything goes on as per rules,” Mr. Chattopadhyay said.Explaining the need for holding such polls, Dr. Jana said that the election not only empowered the women but also helped the office-bearers relate to the problems of fellow sex workers.Shortly after the end of the polling, Bishakha Laskar was elected as the president of DMSC, Kajal Bose as secretary and Abeda Bibi as it treasurer.
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Cardiff City defender Greg Cunningham says hard work paid off for them in their shocking 1-0 victory at Leicester City on Saturday.Víctor Camarasa hit a stunning injury-time strike to hand the visitors their first away win of the season after James Madisson failed to score from the penalty spot.It was an impressive result for Cardiff City who moved further clear of the relegation zone, and Cunningham is proud of his team’s display at the King Power Stadium.“I don’t think he could have hit it any sweeter,” Cunningham told the club’s website, speaking of Camarasa’s goal.Maguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“That’s the quality that he possesses and we’re very grateful to have somebody of his caliber at the Club.“Away from home it’s vital to stay as solid as possible and the longer we hold on, the more the opposition will get frustrated. They’re the home side and have added pressure to entertain their home fans.“Everyone’s been working so hard and putting a shift in and it’s a deserved result.”
Share your voice Computers Computer Accessories Laptops Gaming Tags Comments Corsair just bought Origin PC. Corsair PC gamers might have a lot to look forward to. Corsair, a computer peripherals and hardware company, on Wednesday said it’s acquired Origin PC. Origin PC specializes in hand-built, personalized computers designed to optimize the gaming experience. The companies plan to expand Corsair’s iCUE software ecosystem into Origin PC’s systems, according to a press release. Corsair says this will offer gamers systemwide lighting synchronization and performance monitoring. In addition, the new range of Corsair Hydro X Series custom cooling will soon be found in select Origin PC systems.Financial terms of the deal weren’t revealed, but Corsair said Origin will remain a separate brand. All existing warranties, purchases and support are unaffected, according to the release. Corsair will continue producing its own product line — Vengeance PC, Corsair One and the Corsair One Pro — and brands. Andy Paul, founder and CEO of Corsair, said one of the reasons the company acquired Origin PC was the desire to reach more North American customers who wanted to buy systems, not build them. “With Origin PC’s expertise in personalized custom gaming systems and Corsair’s strength in performance PC hardware and the iCUE software ecosystem, we’re excited to combine our efforts to create new world-class gaming experiences for PC gamers,” Paul said in the release.Origin PC CEO Kevin Wasielewski said Corsair was a “fantastic partner” to help the company move forward. “With a complete range of enthusiast PC products, Origin PC and Corsair are uniquely placed to create amazing new systems that make the experience of owning a personalized custom gaming PC better than ever,” Wasielewski said in the release. 2 Now playing: Watch this: 1:30 Origin PC brings a 16-inch gaming laptop to CES 2019
The researchers, led by Professor Joel K.W. Yang, at A*STAR (the Agency for Science, Technology and Research) in Singapore, the National University of Singapore, and the Singapore University of Technology and Design, have published a paper on the new technique for realizing 3D full-color stereoscopic prints in a recent issue of Nature Communications.”We have created possibly the smallest-ever stereoscopic images using pixels formed from plasmonic nanostructures,” Yang told Phys.org. “Such stereoscopic images do not require the viewer to don special glasses, but instead, the depth perception and 3D effect is created simply by viewing the print through an optical microscope coupled with polarizers.”The work is based on the concept of surface plasmon resonance: metal nanostructures can scatter different wavelengths (colors) of light due to the fact that the tiny nanostructures themselves resonate at different wavelengths. If a nanostructure is circular, its resonance is polarization-independent because the diameter of the circle is the same from all directions. However, if a nanostructure is biaxial (such as an ellipse or rectangle), its resonance will depend on the polarization of the incident light. By tailoring the exact dimensions of the biaxial nanopixels, researchers can generate different colors under different polarizations.Building on these ideas, the researchers in the current study have demonstrated that polarization-sensitive nanopixels that encode two sets of information can be used to produce 3D stereoscopic microprints. To do this, the researchers created nanopixels out of tiny pieces of aluminum a hundred or so nanometers across. The scientists experimented with nanopixels in two different shapes: elliptical and coupled nanosquare dimers (a pair of squares separated by a very small gap). This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. To demonstrate how these nanopixels could enable high-resolution 3D color microprints, the researchers designed a stereoscopic image containing stars on a 2D sheet by overlaying two slightly displaced views of the same image onto the same area. Then they added an x- and y-polarizer to the eyepieces of a microscope. Viewing the microprint through this stereomicroscope reveals a different image for each polarization, and the combined images appear as a 3D image.In addition to 3D prints, the polarization-sensitive nanopixels could have several other applications.”One can envision application of these prints to high-density optical information encoding or holography,” Yang said. “3D security elements that are difficult to replicate, and which offer different levels of authentication, could also be generated for anti-counterfeiting and anti-forgery technologies.”The researchers also note that it’s possible to make pixels that can encode not just two, but three or more images in a single pixel. For example, nanostructures that have circularly asymmetric shapes could have more than two polarization-dependent resonances due to the additional circularly polarized dimension. The researchers also plan to take steps toward commercialization.”Moving forward, there is much interest in developing techniques for creating such prints with significantly lower cost and higher throughput, both of which are imperative for this technology to be implementable at an industrial level,” Yang said. More information: Xiao Ming Goh, et al. “Three-dimensional plasmonic stereoscopic prints in full color.” Nature Communications. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms6361 Because these shapes are biaxial, they exhibit plasmonic resonances at different wavelengths for each axis, with the colors determined almost entirely by the dimension of the axis parallel to the polarization direction. For example, a 130-nm x 190-nm elliptical pixel appears green under y-polarized light and purple under x-polarized light. Comparing the two pixel shapes, the researchers found that the elliptical pixels have a broader range of polarization-dependent colors, while the nanosquare dimer pixels have lower levels of cross-talk, minimizing unwanted mixing of colors. Microprints of a square and cross printed onto the same area formed from (a) elliptical nanopixels and (b) coupled nanosquare pixels under x- and y-polarized light. (c) SEM image of the region indicated by the dotted box in (b). (d) Images decoupled by polarizers. (e) Overlay of images in (d) to form a stereoscopic image with depth perception. (f) SEM image of the region indicated by the dotted box in (e). Credit: Xiao Ming Goh, et al. ©2014 Macmillan Publishers Limited Journal information: Nature Communications Citation: Researchers create 3-D stereoscopic color prints with nanopixels (2014, November 20) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2014-11-d-stereoscopic-nanopixels.html Meta-hologram produces dual images and multiple colors (w/ Video) Explore further (Phys.org) —By designing nanopixels that encode two sets of information—or colors of light—within the same pixel, researchers have developed a new method for making 3D color prints. Each pixel can exhibit one of two colors depending on the polarization of the light used to illuminate it. So by viewing the pixels under light of both polarizations, two separate images can be seen. If the two images are chosen to be slightly displaced views of the same scene, viewing both simultaneously results in depth perception and the impression of a 3D stereoscopic image. © 2014 Phys.org (Left) Elliptical and coupled nanosquare pixels scatter different wavelengths of light depending on polarization. (Right) The stereomicroscope setup uses different polarizers on each eyepiece to image two superposed microprints which contain pixels that present two laterally displaced images to the left and right eyes of a viewer, resulting in depth perception. Credit: Xiao Ming Goh, et al. ©2014 Macmillan Publishers Limited