John Robertson

North Salt Lake, UT

john.jersdesk.com

Age: 43

I am a software developer. I am particularly fond of the areas:

  • artificial intelligence, computer vision & machine learning
  • high end graphics & image processing
  • games

As this profile is now posted across multiple sites:

I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, also known as a Mormon.
I am also a mathematician.
I quite like interesting games and enjoy playing them with those of my many wonderful children who are old enough. We will often edit what we might find to be sleazy in a game without altering the game play, which quite widens the range of games we can play while staying within what we consider to be gospel standards.

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comment Is light fall off corrected for in modern cameras?
@MichaelClark. No, in this case it is that simple. It has nothing to do with the actual choice of lenses used to make the projection. It is purely a property of the projection from outside world to photographic film or sensor. Ultimately no matter how many lenses you use they are put together to make a linear projection, and it is a property of that alone.
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comment Purpose of spell attack modifier
If you have the same question I did, look at both answers. I got more out of the two of them. I wish I could have accepted both.
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comment Purpose of spell attack modifier
+1 I accepted the other answer because the examples helped me nail down how I would identify spells that did and didn't. I'm sorry not to be able to accept this one as well, as it was a model of clarity.
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