Discussion in 'New Research, Studies, and Technologies' started by hellouser, Apr 24, 2017.
You can add some Bruce Willis movies too, Die Hard Trilogy
and Lord of The Rings
Ok guys, a quick intro the congress and some background details of what went down:
Thanks for the heads up.
Shiseidos regrowth on that male patient seems minor. And then I realized its the results from Adenosine. Thats their in house treatement???
Hmm this has certainly raised more questions.
Oh man a lot of posters. I noticed a lot of the studies are done for fibrosing alopecia and telogen effluvium...
He he he
We are all fucked
See you next week.
lol. yeah, i also think life is better off the forums. yet i still keep coming back. sigh.
Same. It is nice though to converse with people you can relate to without any negative repercussions.
Omg this gif is perfect
that looks like me.
How are we looking, @hellouser ? Any closer to disseminating more info? I’m sure it’s a lot of work
I'm just about to post about 9 new presentations in within the next half hour. And yeah,it's really tedious; gotta split up MP3s, rename and organize, bring into After Effects, apply titles, adjust times, export (render), then compress. Then apply watermark to all images from the presentation slides, then upload all photos and videos and then finally post links.
Update: A bunch of new presentations just got posted, with slides;
Note: I didn't get photos of EVERY slide, but for all the important presentations, I have either all or close to all. Still, this is much better than the 2015 congress where we only had audio. Enjoy!
Yes, it's a lot of work and the rendering can take a lot of time - depending if you have a decent GPU.
Which ones riken?
I'm working on that one right now... should be ready tomorrow (going to bed soon, it's 1am here).
Alright guys, as promised, I got Tsuji's (technically Koh-ei Toyoshima's) presentation WITH slides from the Kyoto Hair Congress. Awesome bit at the end where I ask a question you all would have asked as well. Have a listen. Check link below: