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Logic Gates with NPN transistors
Tim's Vermeer camera: the ENTIRE installation
my thought exactly. I want to make a drawbot like that
Flattens the image? That is very interesting. Tim mentioned that word in an interview, and I've wondered what he meant. If I understand you correctly, does that mean parallax in the scene is eliminated? I've added an image below to illustrate: Figure A.) A sphere, cone, and cylinder are at different distances to the lens.Figure B.) The scene, as viewed in the comparator mirror.Figure C.) I'm unsure of this: The scene, as viewed in the comparator mirror, but with the viewer's head shifted slightly... is there parallax movement between the sphere, cone, and cylinder?
Hi Dirruk- regarding this sentence "the object of the hollow mirror is right in front of it;" would the 'object' be the real image formed by the lens? I've attached a diagram below-- it's not correct, but I'm trying to learn. Thank you for the article.
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