Every year about the time when the cherry trees blossom in Roihuvuori, Helsinki, there is a Hanami festival taking place near the water tower of the mentioned area. This year, in Sunday 19th May, the Hanami 2013 took place and in it, the first Rhythm Naginata demonstration in Finland.
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The given list of FFmpeg and friends repositories are easily kept up to date with this one line bash script.
This idea started from a need to see which attack targets were given the most points in the history of Atarashii Naginata. Then I decided that in case I would make this kind of a database, it should serve other martial arts too, which have similar points system. Eventually I realised that any martial art or sport even, where two players, teams or similar groups are evaluated against each other, and the progress of the matches within a competition can be visualised via pool chart.
The following details are from the "HTML5 as Common User Interface Layer in Mobile Device Platforms " titled Masters Thesis by Jukka Paasonen, published in December 2012.
Having an operating system on a USB stick, available any time, might be a good idea. Ubuntu has grown to be one of the most used Linux based operating systems and will be the choice used in this example.
This page shows a simple Qt 5 project which uses QQmlEngine, loads Window based QML file from resources and uses a QObject based class for QML/C++ communication. Each of the files included in the zip package available for download, are presented on this page with short comments. In case you have not heard about Qt or your knowledge is a bit old, the Qt White Paper is recommended for reading.
Building hardware is always interesting and somewhat challenging as the rate of development of new products makes it hard to keep track of the best selection. After wondering between different specifications, I decided to acquire the following hardware:
Accuracy in martial arts is one of the most important feature, which the practitioners finds themselves struggling to achieve. Usually our teachers are the ones telling us when we are not accurate enough and then we might try to use tools like filming our selves in order to find this accuracy by ourself.