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Jordan Hay is a student with interests in engineering, electronics, maths, radio communications, computing, physics, and web development.
He is studying Computer Engineering at the University of Canterbury.
He also works as a Digital Services Assistant at
In Progress Bachelor of Computer Engineering (with Honours) NCEA Levels 1, 2, & 3 endorsed with Excellence
LineTrust South Canterbury Scholarship Recipient 2021, 2022 Mountainview High School Dux 2020
Mountainview High School Head Boy 2020
Mountainview High School Top Scholar 2016-2019
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Published 2022/07/12 by Jordan Hay
When light is bent by an object it produces a pattern that can be determined by the discrete Fourier transform of the scattering density of the object (in the direction the light approached from)1. Simply put, how bright an object appears can be used to predict how light will be bent around the o...
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