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Very cool, easy to follow instructable. Thanks for sharing. Approximately how long does it take to fully charge a smart phone using this device?
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This is so cool. I am imagining a Super Nintendo series of these little blocks, including a Zelda chest, of course.
Thanks for your reply. I am thinking about doing a gear project soon and your note provides some helpful advice.
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Wow, this is impressive!
Beautiful design. Did you use a program for modeling your gear system?
Makes sense. Thanks for providing dimensions.
Nice LED lamp! That is a slick sanding jig too. Where did you get the semi-transparent poly-carbonate? Do you have a link for it?
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Beautiful sub design. Do you have a circuit diagram for the electronics of the vessel?
Thanks for sharing your design! Do you know how the distance between the mirrors affects the illusion?
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You're right about video involving both space and time. The big difference in the space-time images in this instructable is that a single frame (a single picture) has one spatial dimension and one time dimension, whereas in a normal video a single frame has two spatial dimensions. As you are saying, the information that is contained in a video file is the same as the information in the videos I made in the instructable. However, the display of information is different - space-time images "warp" time within a single frame.As XTL pointed out, this technique has another name called slit scan photography which may be less confusing.
Cool, I will explore there. Best of luck with collaborating on the shooting algorithm!
Btw, I finished the python code for processing any video into a space-time video. It is posted in Step 14.
Thanks a lot for outlining this! I will try it out and post results if/when I get it working.
This is an impressive project, especially the table design and how you are acquiring ball position with a camera. Do you have a favorite reference for using the PixyCam with an Arduino?
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I wish! Thanks, Robert.
Here is another similar example I was thinking of with birds:https://petapixel.com/2015/02/15/seagull-skytrails-using-post-processing-reveal-flight-path-birds/
Thanks for sharing! This work has the same stretched out feel of the images created in this instructable and shared in other comments. It looks like the read-out of the imaging chip has a big effect on the results shown in the link. Would be cool to see variations with different sensors.
Cool idea! I have seen some similar video processing before, but never knew the name. WHat I have seen has been done in post processing though, and I wonder if you need to store a decent number of images to RAM to produce these effects in real-time.
Good idea. Definitely feasible.
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Nice idea, I think it works in the same way too. Plus, much faster than building up a Pi imaging system!
Thanks for sharingup this technique, I never heard of it! It looks like Kubrick did an analog version of what is done in this instructable for 2001. Very cool. Others have also implemented similar code to do it digitally. For anyone else interested, here is a link for an explanation on the technique and how it was used in 2001: https://vimeo.com/71702374
Thanks for making that comparison. I didn't realize!
Terrific! I am glad it inspired you.
Beautiful design. Definitely inspired for a retro arcade project now. Thanks for sharing.
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Nice design! I like how prominent the labels are for your enclosure.
This is a great project and write-up. Very useful! Do you know how waterproof it is?
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The honeycomb were not intentional, something got goofed up in the print. I am glad you think it is a cool effect!
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Thanks for your kind note!
Thanks for your comment and checking it out!
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Great, I hope to see a video sometime. 40-100 seconds sounds like the right amount of time for the blind. Do you think you could make it to play sound too? And thanks for checking out the dome!
Great instructable, impressive electrical and mechanical design! Can you upload a video of it in action if you get a chance?
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Terrific idea and implementation.
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I see the challenge now. Thanks for sharing the video anyway, still looks awesome. Also thanks for the tip on magic lantern, I had never heard of it.
Nice work! Do you have any video of the wheel in action?
Terrific build and writeup!
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Great! Let me know when it is available.
Terrific optical and mechanical design. I didn't realize the IR filter on CMOS chips could be so easily removed. Do you have any videos of the camera in action with and without lights on?
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Unbelievable! This is an impressive project and great write-up.
Unbelievable! This is an impressive project, and great write-up.
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