About

Dr. Daniel C. Doolan,

Areas of interest: Mobile Computing, Parallel Processing, Computer Graphics, Animation

Professional Memberships

British Computer Society (MBCS)
Institution of Engineering and Technology (MIET)
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (MIEEE)
International Association for Pattern Recognition (MIAPR)
Irish Pattern Recognition and Classification Society (MIPRCS)
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Other

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177 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Daniel,
    Thanks again for liking my second post on Florence for following my blog! I love the night pictures of St. Fin Barres! I am sure I will be spending more time checking your travel photos.

  2. Hi Daniel! Thanks for visiting my blog “Eyes to Heart” and liking my post “Milling the Wind …” I appreciate your support … Love Scotland and hope to return soon … Be well, Dorothy πŸ™‚

  3. Hi, fellow “Daniel.” πŸ™‚ You Liked one of my blog posts, so I came here to look. (I see I’m not alone!) Would you tell me how you put the mosaic of social media icon links on your home page?

    • Thanks for visiting, we are certainly now living in a world surrounded by technology, its amazing to see how things have changed this century alone with the mobile technology becoming something we can’t live without.

      • You’re right. It’s amazing that all this tech is based on ones and zeros. As technology get gets ever faster it puts more pressure on people to keep up. Thing is, we aren’t machines. I wouldn’t be surprised if there wont be some sort of cultural revolution in the next 25-50 years due to the demands placed on people by by businesses expecting their staff to keep up with the machines.

      • Things were certainly simpler even just 20 years ago, now with contactable 24/7 the lines between work / home have blurred. Any body working in the area of Computing will have to embrace the idea of life long learning, given the ever changing technology, and unstoppable “upgrade” cycle we have become accustomed to.

      • The learning is fun. The problem is with the demand to be in touch 24/7, the sense that the division between private and professional life is being eroded because technology permits this.

  4. Thanks for visiting my site. Nice travel photos. I’m just starting to put my travel photos together as well for the site, starting with the more recent ones.

  5. Hey, thanks for dropping by my blog. Interesting pics on your blog. I like your travel map. You have travelled a lot and to Canada too! Have a great day.

  6. Great Blog. Thanks for stopping by to see my very new, very green musing. Although the post was called “Travel Album” – I’m sure you were bummed to see the actual shots. Your travel photos are stunning and I plan on tuning in read what you are up to!

  7. You’ve got a very unique blog here. Between your travels, academics, video work and tech research (a lot of which, I won’t lie, seems to be above my head for the moment), there’s a large range of interests going on. Glad you stopped by my blog, and lead me to yours.

  8. Hi Daniel, thanks for stopping by my blog and for the like on my post “Order As Art: Stair Crazy.” I was just looking at your photos of the gardens of Muckross House…so lovely and green. A nice little desktop vacation. Thanks! Best, Rashelle

  9. Hello, thank you for the “like” of my post ‘Arachnopho… tography’ it’s much appreciated. You have a very interesting blog here. Congratulations.

    • Thanks for the visit, it would be really nice to visit the hometown of Shakespeare some day, may perhaps give some insight, seeing some bit of the landscape & area he was familiar with.

  10. Hello Daniel – I see you’ve stopped-by my blog a couple times in the last few days…thank you for visiting and for letting me know you were there.

    What a great following you have after only a few months on…good for you. πŸ™‚

  11. Hi Daniel! Thanks very much for liking my post! What a great blog you have here! So much information and many beautiful pictures! I liked your posts about your travels to Ireland. I absolutely loved my vacation there. Good memories πŸ™‚ Have a great day!

  12. Thanks for dropping by my blog. I look forward to exploring yours more, especially the stuff on teaching, as I teach in a new media program.

  13. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I see you have travelled around quite a bit and got some very interesting photographs on your blog. Great going through them.

  14. You’ve created some amazing photographic records of the places you’ve visited. Such a pleasure to travel with you. Thank you for dropping by and liking my Musings.
    Monika (BehrM)

  15. Thanks for introducing me to your blog by way of a visit to mine! I love these blogosphere relationships – such a great way to see different parts of the world. I look forward to seeing more of where you are and travel to. πŸ™‚

    • wow, thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment, have been on wordpress only since January this year, but really do like it, should have signed up for an account years ago. Better late than never.

      • Yes it’s a lot of fun – I really started it in March to entertain my father, but it becomes a beast of it’s own, doesn’t it? You’ve got quite a following…very impressive! And well-deserved. πŸ˜‰

  16. Hi Daniel, I was curious as to where you are from, since you got this many interesting images from different places on your blog! – Thanks for stopping by.
    Sanne

  17. thanks for liking my recent post. I see you’ve got some wonderful photos on yours as well and will be exploring further. Hope you’ll find other photo posts on mine which you find strike your fancy! πŸ™‚

  18. Thank you for taking time to lok at my blog and liking one of my posts. Are you a fan of motorsports? I hope you’ll continue to stop by and see what’s new. Feel free to comment I learn a lot from people’s comments and it makes my day too.

    • Thanks for the visit and comment. I used to be a fairly be fan of Formula 1 from probably the mid / late 1990’s, watching every race of the season, now however I would just watch the odd segment of a race or two. The engineering behind all such motorsport vehicles is quite fascinating.

  19. Hi Dr Daniel – bearing in mind the nature of some of your photography, are you aware of the Geograph website? It may be of interest, it may not. Googling Geograph should bring it up. Cheers.
    Stephen

  20. Thank you for stopping by and liking the cat photo on my picture blog. You sure have some nice videos of the roller coasters.

    • Some really nice photographs to be seen in that gallery set, after spending hours on end at a computer its wonderful to be able to see such wonderful elements of nature at your doorstep.

  21. Hi Daniel, I found your Java 3D Mandelbrot Generator on Youtube, and I wondered if it is available for download somewhere?

  22. Hello Daniel, I want to thank you for the creativity bubble you have provided by putting up the post about 360 & cloning. I need to go back and read it more fully (and follow up on the links) to make sure that what I am envisioning is a possibility or not (I sometimes bite off more than I can chew). Oh, I wouldn’t have found this if you hadn’t stopped by http://allanrichardsonphoto.wordpress.com/ to take a look at some of my pictures (which I thank you for).

  23. Thanks for visiting mkpix.wordpress.com and liking the picture of my neighbor’s garden. I feel like my new friends across the globe make our big world more intimate.

  24. Hi and thanks for liking my post ‘looking forward to summer’. You have a really interesting blog – love the concept of posting a google map overview with your photos.

  25. Thanks for the recent visit to (and follow of) my blog. It had the happy consequence of bringing me here and I’ve really enjoyed perusing your eclectic imagery.

  26. Thank you for visiting my blog. Your blog is fascinating and clearly is going to take me some time to go through everything. Very interesting, your images of Pompeii. Looking forward to reading and seeing more.

  27. Hi Daniel and thanks for dropping in on my humble part of the blogosphere – I appreciate it. I am fascinated by the themes in your posts and will be giving them a closer look. Have a great day!

  28. Thanks for visiting and following my blog “Eyes to Heart,” and for introducing me to your work. I’m looking forward to checking out your blog soon … Be well, Dorothy πŸ™‚

  29. Thanks for visiting Displaced Beachbums and for following. I’ve been to Scotland a few times but haven’t had a chance to visit Aberdeen and the surrounding area. I’ve enjoyed reading your blog and look forward to future posts.

  30. Hi Daniel, thanks for stopping by my blog. I’m glad you liked it and I really appreciate the follow. Did you see my posts about Aberdeen? I was only there a few days but I really enjoyed it there.
    You’ve got a really interesting blog here, I wish I understood more about the computer stuff.

  31. Hello, Nice to be in contact. You found the blog where I write about photography. If you took the time to browse more than my most recent post, you’d have found that I only discuss photography on my blog site. I have wandered a bit in your site, and I intend to spend more time there and will always check up on your new posts.

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