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Sven Porsche, B. Sc.

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Daniel Zielasko, Dominik Rausch, Yuen Cheong Law Wan, Thomas Knott, Sebastian Pick, Sven Porsche, Joachim Herber, Johannes Hummel, Torsten Wolfgang Kuhlen
Proc. of IEEE 10th Symposium on 3D User Interfaces (2015)

Making music by blowing on bottles is fun but challenging. We introduce a novel 3D user interface to play songs on virtual bottles. For this purpose the user blows into a microphone and the stream of air is recreated in the virtual environment and redirected to virtual bottles she is pointing to with her fingers. This is easy to learn and subsequently opens up opportunities for quickly switching between bottles and playing groups of them together to form complex melodies. Furthermore, our interface enables the customization of the virtual environment, by means of moving bottles, changing their type or filling level.





Kevin Lamberts, Sven Porsche, Bernd Hentschel, Torsten Wolfgang Kuhlen, Ulli Englert
CrystEngComm (2014)

Four new structures based on CaCl2 and proline are reported, all with an unusual Cl–Ca–Cl moiety. Depending on the stoichiometry and the chirality of the amino acid, this metal dihalide fragment represents the core of a mononuclear Ca complex or may be linked by the carboxylate to form extended structures. A cisoid coordination of the halide atoms at the calcium cation is encountered in a chain polymer. In the 2D structures, CaCl2 dumbbells act as nodes and are crosslinked by either enantiomerically pure or racemic proline to form square lattice nets. Extensive database searches and topology tests prove that this structure type is rare for MCl2 dumbbells in general and unprecedented for Ca compounds.Four new structures based on CaCl2 and proline are reported, all with an unusual Cl–Ca–Cl moiety. Depending on the stoichiometry and the chirality of the amino acid, this metal dihalide fragment represents the core of a mononuclear Ca complex or may be linked by the carboxylate to form extended structures. A cisoid coordination of the halide atoms at the calcium cation is encountered in a chain polymer. In the 2D structures, CaCl2 dumbbells act as nodes and are crosslinked by either enantiomerically pure or racemic proline to form square lattice nets. Extensive database searches and topology tests prove that this structure type is rare for MCl2 dumbbells in general and unprecedented for Ca compounds.

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@Article{Lamberts2014, Title = {{An Unusual Linker and an Unexpected Node: CaCl2 Dumbbells Linked by Proline to Form Square Lattice Networks}}, Author = {Lamberts, Kevin and Porsche, Sven and Hentschel, Bernd and Kuhlen, Torsten and Englert, Ulli}, Journal = {CrystEngComm}, Year = {2014}, Pages = {3305-3311}, Volume = {16}, Doi = {10.1039/C3CE42357C}, Issue = {16}, Publisher = {The Royal Society of Chemistry}, Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C3CE42357C} }




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