Category Archives: Weird experiments

First experiments with the OAK-D Lite

Last week my OAK-D Lite from Luxonis arrived. I can imagine you’ve never heard from it. Basically it is a camera that can do all kinds of AI tasks on the device itself. I got mine via Kickstarter. And where … Continue reading

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R Studio: Doing data science on my health data – Part 1

Up to seven years ago my doctor would nag me every half year that I should lose some weight. Nagging didn’t work on me that much. What did work however was competition. I wanted to become faster in a bike … Continue reading

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I tried Lion’s Mane as a cognitive enhancer. Here are my experiences with it.

TL;DR I tried Lion’s Mane from Four Sigmatic, which is branded as a cognitive enhancer. I’ve used it while studying Deep Neural Networks, amongst other things. I’ve done alternate weeks with and without Lion’s Mane and in my experience the … Continue reading

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