Eric Hintz

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Headmounted displays (HMDs) are evaluated as a tool to facilitate studentteacher interaction in sign language. Deaf or hardofhearing children who communicate in sign language receive all instruction visually. In normal deaf educational settings the child must split visual attention between signed narration and visual aids. Settings in which visual aids are(More)
The variability of the two γ Doradus star belong to Pleiades cluster, HD22702 and HD23585, have been confirmed by using new photometric measurements collected during a multisite campaign in 1998. Respect to previous observing runs, the frequency analysis shows new peaks close the 3 cd−1 for both stars. With the aim of performing a modal identification, the(More)
Life time prevalence of stalking is about 12-20%, while females are more often affected than male. Stalking is a statutory offense. However, it is not an assault of victims' law. For the purpose of health consequences for stalking victims, research in following database were conducted: EMBASE, CINAHL, MEDLINE, PsycINFO and Social Science Index. English and(More)
This demonstration will provoke discussion of the role of head mounted displays (HMD) in Deaf science education for children. The demonstration mimics the classroom laboratory experience of children who are Deaf or hard-of-hearing. When these children dissect an owl pellet, their teachers can not stand behind them and offer instruction over their shoulder(More)
To better understand possible blazar jet mechanisms and morphologies, brighter prototypical objects are regularly monitored for variability in optical broad-band light. If the monitoring filters are polarized, the position angles and polarization percentages can be measured and their evolution monitored over time. However, building up a statistically(More)
We report the discovery of a transiting exoplanet, KELT-11b, orbiting the bright (V = 8.0) subgiant HD 93396. A global analysis of the system shows that the host star is an evolved subgiant star with T 5370 51 eff =  K, M 1.438 0.052 0.061 * = + M, R 2.72 0.17 0.21 * = + R, g log 3.727 0.046 0.040 * = + , and Fe H 0.180 0.075 =  [ ] . The planet is a(More)
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