I just watched this movie from NetFlix and I’m chocked and seriously impressed by the level of corruption existing in the FDA and National Cancer Institute. They are all in bed with the pharmaceutical companies ! What a shame !!
Burzynski, the Movie is the story of a medical doctor and Ph.D biochemist named Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski who won the largest, and possibly the most convoluted and intriguing legal battle against the Food & Drug Administration in American history.
Check this website out and watch the movie, you will see why we will never find the “cure of cancer”.
Think twice before you give to “cancer” charities, maybe you should research a little about Burzynski work.
If you missed the part 1 of this tutorial, you may get it here.
Now that we have set up the main Fusebox structure for our application, let’s continue to implement it.
I want you to pay particular attention to the circuit “layout”. That circuit will not be called by any page, it is an internal circuit, basically a “view” circuit which will assemble all the contents of the page into the layout templates we choose.
Now that we have our “Hello World” page working, let’s play a little with layouts. Suppose you want to have a header, content and footer as your layout (Figure 2.1). First you will have to create the contents for the header, main content and footer blocks and then insert them into the layout template. Let’s see how it is done.
On the fusebox.xml.cfm template there is a tag <globalfuseactions>, followed by two tags <preprocess> and <postprocess>. Every action that you include between those tags will be processed either before or after Fusebox assembles the page.
We will set the header, footer and the layout actions into the <postprocess> tag, because they will be shown at the end of all Fusebox processing.
Unfortunately something happened to my old tutorial when I switched Internet provider and the posts were messed up, I got some complains, so I’m re-posting them here.
This is Part 1:
I work with Fusebox framework since its version 2. Now we are at version 5.51. I decided to write this tutorial to help some friends who haven’t got into Fusebox yet but are anxious to jump into the bandwagon, just don’t know how to start. I recommend Jeff Peter’s books on Fusebox for those who really want to take advantage of this framework:
HoloDesk is a novel interactive system combining an optical see through display and Kinect camera to create the illusion that users are directly interacting with 3D graphics.
A virtual image of a 3D scene is rendered through a half silvered mirror and spatially aligned with the real-world for the viewer.
Users easily reach into an interaction volume displaying the virtual image. This allows the user to literally get their hands into the virtual display.
A novel real-time algorithm for representing hands and other physical objects, which are sensed by the Kinect inside this volume, allows physically realistic interaction between real and virtual 3D objects.