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Schlieren Photography - Ian.Org (Note: Click any image on this page for a larger view.) I also have a Schlieren Tutorial page I have written up with tips and some explanations on how it all works. Visit Andrew Davidhazy's Schlieren Photography Principles and also Schlieren Optics from Harvard to see where I got most of my information. Both are good resources. The photos on this page are also on My Flickr Account. There are two main ways to set up a Schlieren system.
I got the inspiration to do this Instructable while reading another Instructable that accomplished the same "fish-eye" effect using a PVC reduction pipe and an entry door viewer. There was concern in the prior Instructable about around scratching the lens so I wanted to solve that problem in my easy to build fish eye lens as well as make a version which is easy to use, remove, etc. I decided to modify the design by using an existing camera attachment which would easily mount to the camera and comes with most Nikon lenses. How to make a fish eye lens for a Nikon D-90 Digital SLR for $16
Review of multi-flash imaging with the non-photorealistic camera I recently visited Ramesh Raskar at the Mitsubishi Electrical Research (MERL) lab in Cambridge, MA to learn more about his multi-flash camera innovation that recently made an impressive appearance at the SIGGRAPH 2004. Raskar has been working on the multi-flash system for 3 years in collaboration with Karhan Tan, Amit Agrawal, and Rogerio Feris. If you grew up in the 80's, and watched early MTV, you might remember A-Ha's "take on me" line drawing animation video. Unfortunately, for the "take on me" video directors, Raskar's innovative technology was some twenty years away!
Web designers are starting to discover that 8-bit PNG files can be used to achieve semi-transparency (alpha transparency) that will gracefully degrade in IE6 and be much more compact than the same image saved as a PNG-24. Most of the posts around the web focus on using Adobe Fireworks to achieve semi-transparency, but what about the rest of us that don’t use Fireworks? Today, I’ll demonstrate an alternative technique to show you how to achieve alpha transparency in PNG-8 images without Adobe Fireworks. Why Use a PNG Instead of a GIF? GIF files only support binary transparency meaning that either a pixel is either fully opaque or fully transparent. Alpha Transparency in PNG-8 Images Without Using Fireworks | eth
Det er Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Instituttets formål at skabe et højteknologisk, internationalt anerkendt forskningskraftcenter, hvor universitet og erhvervsliv arbejder tæt sammen om udviklingen af nye teknologier til intelligente autonome systemer. Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Instituttet blev etableret i 1997 som en del af det naturvidenskabelige fakultet under Syddansk Universitet. I 1999 rykkede Instituttet ind i egen bygning doneret af A.P. Møller og Hustru Chastine Mc-Kinney Møllers Fond til almene Formaal. Sådan lyder overskriften på en artikel om Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Instituttets tilknytning til A.P. Image Processing Library
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MAKE: Blog: Kite aerial photography gift guide (KAP) This year we’re pleased to have the first ever Kite aerial photography gift guide (KAP) on the web by Charles Benton, author of “Kite Aerial Photography Puts Your Eye in the Sky” from MAKE volume 01. Charles Benton is an inveterate tinkerer from Berkeley, Calif., where he serves as a Professor of Architecture for the University of California, Berkeley. Benton’s research in Building Science often involves the design and construction of prototype devices. If you ever wanted to take photos from high in the sky, this is the guide for you! Brooks Leffler (http://www.brooxes.com) is cited several times as a source for good reason. He runs the only KAP-oriented gear shop in the country and offers a fine selection of components at very reasonable prices.
Unwrap Mosaics, a Form of Video Editing Unwrap Mosaics, a Form of Video Editing The Unwrap Mosaics approach by Microsoft Research/ Weizmann Institute was presented at the recent Siggraph conference. In this project a flat surface is algorithmically produced and allows the artist to paint over it, like by adding a moustache to a face; the painted parts then appear in the video and adjust to the camera movements.
Unshaking and refocusing your photos Deconvolution is the general process that helps remove the effects of camera shake and blur. If you want to understand the math behind the process, start with the articles referenced at Wikipedia and you can find as much detail as you want. In a nutshell, it involves taking the Fast Fourier Transform of the image (which makes it easier to see the tell-tale signs of blurring), smoothing out the artifacts, then transforming the image back into its original form. It is a CPU-intensive process, but for a shaky image there is no better use of your MHz.
Disposable Flash that Syncs with any other Flash - Instructables
Turn a TI Graphing Calculator into an Intervalometer and Create I've always wanted to make time lapse videos, but I don't have a camera with an intervalometer feature built in. In fact, I don't think very many cameras come with such a feature (especially not SLR cameras). So what do you want to do if you want to make time-lapse videos?
by GLEN OWEN and RHODRI PHILLIPS Last updated at 17:43 01 May 2007 Electronics giant Sony has sparked a major row over animal cruelty and the ethics of the computer industry by using a freshly slaughtered goat to promote a violent video game. It's behind you: Great White stalks ocean canoeist | the Da
A video of a simple rescaling example, made with the previous version 0.4 of the plugin: Simple examples Here you can find some simple examples of what can be obtained using the LqR plugin. Click on the pictures to see the full-size versions. Enlargement example Liquid Rescale GIMP plugin: Examples
Phatch - Photo Batch Processor
People Abstract What can you do with a million images? Scene Completion Using Millions of Photographs
With a digital camera in movie mode, or with a camcorder, the diy infrared filter can also be used to record videos, giving them an eerie and mysterious atmosphere. However, due to the short exposure of video shots, it is hard to get satisfactory results with two pieces film. In the video on the first page of this instructable, as well as the one underneath, the footage was recorded through a single slide of photographic film, which does let in a fair amount of natural light, as well as IR light. The result is an hybrid, which has an interesting mood to it however. A better diy infrared filter - Take stunning digital IR pictures
A Post By: Darren Rowse This post on enhancing contrast in digital photos was submitted by Leeroy Gribbon whose photoblog (www.decoy.co.nz) we recently featured here at DPS as Photoblog of the Week. I’m a sucker for good contrast in a photo. 5 Techniques for Enhancing Contrast in Digital Photos
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Take Infrared Pictures With Your Digital Camera