BZARG is the work of Tim Babb, who lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, and is Lighting Optimization Lead for Pixar Animation Studios.

This blog focuses primarily on graphics, physics, programming, and probably some philosophy and fiction will creep in. We’ll see where this thing goes.

## Why is it called BZARG

It’s pronounceable, it’s short, it was available, and it’s Google-able. Also, the first part of it sounds like “bizarre”.

## Contact

Send me a note at \(\text{trbabb}@\text{gmail.com}\).

TASKIA AhmadDear Mr. Tim,

Your published article named “How Kalman filter works in pictures” is highly appreciated.

Actually I’m looking forward to read from you about the EKF.

All the Best.

Raj SamantExcellent post on KF, looking forward for EKF, and hopefully UKF.

Saifexcellent work Tim. Thank you very much.

Maria KaniniaThank you very much for the KF article.

Bharti KaushalHello Tim, excellent job. This article helps me a lot for my presentation in very simple language..

Thanks a lot dear. I am also looking forward for EKF & UKF. I hope we’ll seen these very soon

KarimYou are an excellent teacher!

I have truly enjoyed the Kalman Filter explanation.

Cool you

FedjaTHANKS A LOT from Germany (NRW).

You are the first one who explained the Kalman Filter nicely.

Hopefully you will go on and do the EKF and/or unscented Filter too.

Maybe you throw some Proofs in it or discuss the paper from Kalman himselfe =)

Your style is king.

EricThank you for the excellent article on Kalman Filter.

WillThe bitcoin / currency piece is excellent. Thank you for the rational, concise, and insightful analysis.

PerseoOutstanding quality content.

I found your blog thanks to the Kalman Filter article (which I loved) and after reading the analysis on the bitcoin I have confirmed my first impression. I’ll be sure to keep in eye on the site.

hamzahvery grateful and thank you so much on your tutorial on kalman filter. will refer my students to this highly accessible article.