Peter Lincoln

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Applications such as telepresence and training involve the display of real or synthetic humans to multiple viewers. When attempting to render the humans with conventional displays, non-verbal cues such as head pose, gaze direction, body posture, and facial expression are difficult to convey correctly to all viewers. In addition, a framed image of a human(More)
We describe an augmented reality, optical see-through display based on a DMD chip with an extremely fast (16 kHz) binary update rate. We combine the techniques of post-rendering 2-D offsets and just-in-time tracking updates with a novel modulation technique for turning binary pixels into perceived gray scale. These processing elements, implemented in an(More)
A number of short tandem repeat (STR) loci are currently being examined for their usefulness as markers of identity; HUMVWA31A is one such locus. We used a high-sieving agarose technique to type 200 British Caucasians for this locus. Comparison of the resultant allele frequencies with other published databases showed that their distributions were similar.(More)
Two hundred unrelated Caucasians from the UK and 210 from Galicia (NW Spain) have been genotyped for the HUMTH01 locus using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplification followed by high sieving agarose electrophoresis (UK samples) and polyacrylamide electrophoresis (Galician samples). Allele and genotype frequencies obtained from both populations were in(More)
The latest report published here, provides recommendations relating to the nomenclature of STR (short tandem repeat) typing systems which are at the forefront of systems used at present by forensic scientists and are likely to remain so for the immediate future. Also included in this number of the Journal is a paper by the European DNA Profiling Group(More)
alpha 2HS-glycoprotein (AHSG) is a plasma protein which becomes concentrated in the organic matrix of bone. The two most common alleles, AHSG*1 and AHSG*2, give rise to three common phenotypes. A recent report showed that a group of postmenopausal white North American women with different AHSG phenotypes differed significantly with respect to their(More)