Can someone make an instructable for night vision goggles? You could make UV goggles and use a UV led or something.....
Posted by thebeef2 8 years ago
The ebay site says that there is a red glow from the 850s and the 970s are invisible
Asked by kuhldad 9 years ago
Please help me with my project. i have 1 d.o.f robtic arm controlled by potentiometre and aurdino nano. i want to know whether i would need two other microprocessor for vision integration of my robot. or can i use my nano itself for vision. i am instructed to make a arm which recognises object and picks up.please suggest me about boards,codes to use.
Asked by bharathi1607 9 months ago
Im trying to make a night vision scope and i cannot get the video on my screen i can get it lit but thats about it
Asked by phunky_phantom 6 years ago
I want to build night vision goggles, and I decided to connect a camera to a screen that would be mounted on sun glasses. The only problem is, that the screen is too close to my eye to focus on. Is there an arrangement of lenses that would solve my problem?
Asked by yonch 5 years ago
I just picked up a pair of the eyeclops nightvision monocle for $50 after screwing with a pair a friend has, i have been messing with them and despite the fact they look like a toy, they are pretty impressive. I plan on modifying them so their less design oriented and more practical.My question to anyone who knows about or has a pair of these how hard would it be to hook a camera up to them. my plan is to take a webcam and remove its camera then solder wires from the webcam to the camera on the monocle. anyone else have any ideas?http://egeste.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/jakks_nightvision_goggles.jpg
Posted by arch_angel07 9 years ago
I am looking for information and help to build a POV display that projects the statement: "No light beer." Anyone out there that can help me? I've looked at and followed the postings over time, but have no way of knowing where to start. Thanking one and all in advance. :)
Posted by peaceman 10 years ago
Hi Community, I was thinking of making a robot that could somehow find a desktop computer went released into a room. I was wondering if there would be a good way to do this by watching for wifi signals coming out of the computer to decrease the time it would take to just visually check every corner for looking objects. Is this possible? How would I go upon doing this? Thank-you!
Asked by HarryA3 2 years ago
Hello, I'm working on making a night vision monocular according to the tutorial at http://www.lucidscience.com/pro-night%20vision%20viewer-1.aspx but the viewfinder in the camcorder I got doesn't work. So I was wondering if anyone knew of a cheap ( I'm open to all suggestions! Thanks a ton.
Asked by Login258 6 years ago
I want to build a powerful night vision flashlight that is capable of producing a bright enough beam of light that it will travel at least 75 yards or so. I want to use this light for hunting wild hogs at night. The light needs to be visible to humans but not to animals. I want to try to build one instead of spending thousands on some of those fancy ones .It only needs to be transported to and from the stand so it does not have to be a light hand held flashlight. I am wondering if some kind of night vision Q Beam is possible. That would be perfect. It is fine if the unit is heavy due to batteries or whatever because it will be transported by a four wheeler. Any help that you may be able to give will be much appreciated. Thanks
Asked by userlot 9 years ago
when we put on glasses we see the world in certain hues of other colors, would a combination of filters enable someone to see things in black and white? what combination of what materials might this be? are there any other ways this might be possible?
Asked by miss.barboza 7 years ago
My camcorder is a vixia hv30 and it can sense the strobe of an infared source (ie the tv remote) but not the light it emits. is there an invisible light source i can use with this camera?
Hi all i have hacked up an old camcorder to get the CRT off it and i am trying to make a scope for my buddy in the reserves, i cant seem to get the video source to work.. ive seen people play gamecube and all kinds on them and i tried using a cut up wire from a dvd player output to it but no luck.. please help ive managed to find out that the pink and red wire are my positive and negative so i can light the screen
Posted by phunky_phantom 6 years ago
So, has anyone here ever ordered glasses online from places like zenni optical? I'm asking because I really need new glasses, it's been 4 years since my last eye exam, but stepping into a place like Lenscrafters or pearl mean I'm going to be out $200-300 dollars I really don't have right now. So experiences +- would be appreciated. I can get my eyes checked for cheap at Sam's Club, but damn, I'd like glasses that only cost $8 bucks, I wouldn't have to care if I lost them in the surf or canoeing.
Posted by Tool Using Animal 9 years ago
I want to make a pair of night vision goggles by placing a night vision camera outside the goggles, and a LCD screen inside, The problem is, I don't know where to find a camer that has a detatchable screen, I have a security camera, but it only hooks up to RCA. I don't know where to find a screen. Is there a way to disassemble a regular camera, and isolate the screen?
Asked by Brakermaker 8 years ago
I have a new test I would like to perform. this test involves puting at least three night vision camera's in a package and ship it to my house and then back to my work place. I would like to have the video camera record as long as possilbe and store the information so it can be down loaded and viewed after the shipping. I already have 6 30-LED infrared night vision CCtv wireless security cameras. I think one will run for about 8 hours if I have an 12v square battery. the camera has an RCA jack (yellow). so I would need a memory device that would link up to this and store the 8 hour time frame with no sound of course. I would also like to have it in a digital fromate if possible. My classes are keeping me jumping and work is hurried as well. I will keep working on this but if any of you have alternates ideals or somthing that will work with I got, I will be gratful to hear it. thank you. oh ya work is paying for parts so cost of this is not an issue for me at this point.
Posted by test professor 10 years ago
Hi, I know Ive missed this competition but I am about to start a big project and wanted to share my ideas with some like-minded individuals who may have some suggestions. I am about to embark on a 4th year university project involving doing something clever with an iRobot Create. I am looking towards approaching the problem of location recognition in mobile robots by attaching a command module and a webcam to the robot and using computer vision (CV) methods to identify landmarks. I thought an interesting goal would be to get the robot to map a floor of my department building. After that it might attempt to classify distinct rooms. There is a white board on the wall of a corridor that the robot could potentially locate and possibly draw on with the use of a robotic arm. The ultimate goal of this project could then be to get the robot to draw a map of the floor on the white board (perhaps a bit excessive). I am aware this project would involve implementing SLAM, integrating the map data with feature information from CV-processed real-time images and developing some kind of recognition determination model (i.e. neural networks or something). After that I clueless. I have never even looked at a robot before, but Im really excited about finally having a go. I would really appreciate it if anyone has any thoughts or relevant experiences or warnings :) then please let me know! Also, any other ideas for what I could do with the iRobot, a camera and 6 months ;) Cheers, Tom PS Ive never seen this site before and it is awesome! I want to read everything :D
Posted by hungrytom 10 years ago
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Posted by ramsha shakir 4 years ago
I haven't used the eyeclops night vision 1, so I can't make any comparisons. From the photographs, you can see two sets of lights on either side and a ring of leds around the camera lens. When in low power or "stealth" mode, only the lights on the sides are on. In the dark, the glow very dimly, you have to be 3 feet or less to see them glow and it's still very dim. When in long range mode, the lights on the sides turn off, replaced by the circle of lights in the middle. These are clearly visible at close range, even in daytime, although still with less intensity as a red led. The knob toward the eyepiece is for adjustment of eye. I don't see what it does. The knob on the end near the camera adjusts focus. Seeing things at long range clearly and close range clearly require different adjustments. It's real infrared technology. You can switch between "military" and "spy" The difference between "military" and "spy isn't much. One of them is normal, infrared vision, and the other applies a green layer, making it seem like the view from COD. The 6 knobs along the middle don't do anything. It uses 7.5 volts using 5 AA batteries. There there is only one LCD, despite it claiming dual LCD technology. The skirt on the eyepiece is detachable. The strap feels pretty cheap, I plan on making it into a head light sort of thing later with paracord or elastics. Objects appear closer and you have no peripheral vision though. The latter problem is something all night vision goggles have. Overall, it's not a bad deal for a $50 toy. The most annyoing thing is that the dials are a bit loose, so running or shaking them makes a rattling sound, giving away your position if you were doing covert sneaking around or playing a prank. This is useful for scanning an area in the dark without revealing your location. It's also useful for night spying. What this toy cannot do is read words or anything in detail the size of words. Although navigation is possible, the lack or peripheral vision is a problem. Possible Mods: Add an airsoft or rc car battery to replace the 5 AA batteries. The half near the eye piece can be cut off I think. You would have to add a new compartment for the batteries though and the light from the LCD would leak out. I would add a strap of two so you can use it hands free. I would also attach a smal telescope or lens backward so objects appear normal distance. The peripheral vision problem could hypothetically be solved the same way people make DIY fisheye lenses. Extra infrared LEDs flashlights and other lights could be added around a house, allowing you to cover up the lights, not exposing your position. Another idea is infrared led throwies. They would function like NATO infrared glow sticks, allowing people to track a certain target or where to fire.
Posted by starwing123 8 years ago
I have read and watched a couple of videos about making night vision involving welding masks, sun glasses, digital cameras ect. i was tempted to make the sun glasses attached with lcd lights, but the brightness may be a issue. I thought of doing it with a pair of goggles like snowboarding goggles with the red and blue paper but im not sure how i would house the power supply for led's. What i would like to do is get a webcam and make it inferred and add extra Led lights, and situate this on top of the goggles visor then because i have a broken PSP (i say broke someone stole the battery and i just haven't used it in 2 years) wire that to the camera if possible so the PSP receives the picture and can power the LED's and camera. Then make a housing for it to sit in front of the visor. That would make a great pair of goggles to go paint balling with. If that isn't possible what would be better using the red and blue paper, removing the the webcam internals and fill the housing with led's powered by a battery, Still situated on the top of the goggles. Or taping a digital camera instead of the PSP camera to it. What would have better quality for inferred? There's no point me demolishing a camera or a PSP if adding paper to the lens does as good of a job
Asked by Lloyd;) 7 years ago
Hello guys , i am trying to Create A Simple Eye Writer Using OpenCV or EmguCV? but i am still new to both of them , and i dont know how i will begin and finish this project , so i was looking for someone that could help me solving this problem , the simple eye writer is a bout a webcam constructed with glasses for us to ware and to detect the eye and know where it is looking , just want the position of the pupil of the eye , and i will do the rest , will create a form made with 2 or 4 buttons , when we look at one of them , it should be pressed , please i need help now more than ever ... thank you
Asked by Ahmed-LifeSmiler 4 years ago
What's a cheap & easy but reliable way to scan a crude drawing or do omr - optical mark recognition - ie read marks on paper like the forms you fill out with a #2 pencil ? I envision something like a row of 8 lights sensors spaced to match the lines on a 3x5 index card, you feed the card into guides aligning the lines with the sensors. Or get some graph paper & scissors and cut out some 3x5 cards. Perhaps this could be a crude scanner to scan simple drawngs at whatever resolution matches the spacing of the sensors (width of drawing would be limited to # of sensors, the length limited to arduino's memory/storage). You could hand-feed a 3x5 card with a drawing through it, the horizontal resolution would be the spacing of the sensors, maybe have some kind of roller to track the card being fed through so it knows to scan another line. I know there are sensors used by line-following robots, but what about a simple light sensor? Or buying a cheap camera element and hooking that up to a video input and processing the image inside arduino? Or processing input from composite video? Any thoughts?
Asked by apple-o 8 years ago
I need to make a cheap vision system for a robot (low cost is one of the main points of the robot). I have seen some, but most require a computer on the robot, and if they don't, they are expensive and bulky. Is there a way to modify a webcam to get it to work? Or is there any other ways?
Asked by JaredsProjects 8 years ago
Hi everyone, I know I bring a lot of questions and I don't post a lot of instructables (actually 0), but I'm looking for a very cheap (or even free) NTSC Viewfinder for a night vision goggle project , I've found viewfinder on DealExtreme , but it looks like it's not NTSC and it was expansive (from 30$) ... Even a black&white one will do the job. Thank you for reading
Asked by Anykey 6 years ago
Hey guys, So I'm an experimental a 21 year old film maker. Basically I try to innovate with film and perception which is how I won the Sheridan College Media arts award for experimental film making last year (this is however why I'm expected to make something great this year). My latest notion is in spinning camera's. If a camera is spinning (attached to the end of a drill let say) you get a blur but because I'm an animator I'm familiar with the persistence of vision. This is a frequent DIYS project (persistence of vision clocks) from what I can tell. I need to create a very simple 5 or 6 led light that, when a camera is spinning in front of it, will display what ever I wish (text, images, ect). So instead of the lights spinning the camera is. Obviously more LED's the more complicated it can be. Now... I don't know where to begin with my questions. Could I pay you to create user friendly software and hardware? Are you willing to help for recognition purposes? Can you only make software? Can you only make hardware? Where do I begin to inquire? I guess this project is for those who are interested in innovation more than anything... I really need a community of friends on this one :(
Posted by mrmadsci 5 years ago
I was surfing the web the other day when i came across this crazy illusion. Enable it in fullscreen if you can, and stare into the center until the video ends, then look around the room. Everything should be distorted for a short time! Does anyone have an idea of why this happens?UPDATE: Goodhart kindly mentioned that this video should not be viewed by anyone with epilepsy, as it could bring on a seizure.
Posted by pyro13 10 years ago
How do I pulse an LED to get a brighter light? I don't know much about it, but I heard you can get double if not triple the brightness of a LED by pusling the ampage or something, causing it to briefly burn very bright but stop before it burns out. How do you do this? I want to increase the range of my IR leds. Many thanks, Alex
Asked by homedogalex 8 years ago
Hello, Instructablers, I hope you can help. I'm trying to make a functional pair of night vision goggles based on the premise that digital camera photosensors detect IR range light while the human eye cannot. I have an old, functional Sony cybershot that I'm willing to scrap for the job, but the innards are far more complicated than I was expecting. As I am trying for a wearable, head mounted unit, I would like to shave off as much bulk from the camera unit as possible -- I do not, after all, still need picture taking capability anymore, merely a digital display. Any suggestions on where to begin? EDIT: Correct me if I'm wrong, but the more I think about this the more it seems like it would be more practical to buy a standalone microcamera and mini LCD. However, what method of output and input would these typically use? Would a simple microcontroller like Arduino suffice to perform all the necessary processing to feed video from the camera to the display? Does any of this even sound reasonable? Thanks in advance and sorry if photography isn't the right section for this, Ninepound
Posted by ninepound 8 years ago
I wanted to make night vision goggles so wanted to know the things required, the procedure, precautions etc. is there an instructable on this?
Asked by ankur2893 6 years ago
I've seen tons of hacks with theatrical gel sheets and high powered IR lights, but is it possible to amplify the light from a view finder and make actual night vision, not a "night vison flash light" but somewhat, military grade night vision.
Asked by Houston1 5 years ago
How can I make night vision goggles without sheets of red and congo blue theatrical gels? I can't get them where I live and I don't want to buy on Ebay.
Asked by Xenobia 6 years ago
Scientists studying small insects need ways to assign a unique ID to each bug. Two of the most common methods they use are A) manually painting small color patterns onto the thorax (and sometimes head and abdomen) of the insect, and B) gluing a small tag(number, qr code, RFID chip) to the thorax. These techniques are very effective, but SUPER TIME CONSUMING. It can take a trained student about 5 minutes to paint each ant or bee (and they need to paint thousands). I want to help them out by decreasing the amount of man power needed to give a unique ID to each insect. My thoughts were to make a device where an insect could walk into a tube of designated size (exact bee space at the entrance of a bee hive for instance), have its presence sensed, maybe prevent it's forward or backward motion for a short while, and have a device that attaches a tag or paints a unique pattern onto the insect. You can see some of my initial thoughts in the scanned picture below. HIGH RES HERE My question is about good places to start in building this contraption, or if anyone has good or simple . The thresholds are quite small for the insects (bees are maybe 1/8-1/4 inch wide), and we need to be exact where we attach the tag so as not to hurt the poor critters or alter their behavior. I am handy with an arduino and simple servos and can incorporate computer vision from an android phone into the mix with the ADK First elaborate or super cool response gets gifted a 3 month pro membership! (that lovely ant pic used as an example is by amazing photographer Alex Wild, the other is when you google "honeybee RFID")
Asked by blorgggg 6 years ago
I am trying to make DIY Night Vision Goggles. I have the first part, infrared led into a lightbulb. I need to find a good infrared camera, two actually. The target price is $80 and under to make it about the same as this, but with two cameras.
Posted by starwing123 9 years ago
Can somebody PLEEEEAASE make an instructable for actual night vision goggles? if one already exists can someone post it to this question? Okay, I know this question was very vague, but when I said actual night vision goggles, I meant actual, physical goggles. Not a camera effect or dress up goggles.
Asked by tori1012 7 years ago
About 24 hours ago a small bug like a gnat flew into my right eye. My eye burned for the rest of that day, but felt fine the next morning. Although my eye feels fine, my eyesight is very blurred through my right eye. I have always had perfect vision without glasses or similar objects until this encounter. Does anyone know what may be causing this? Will this go away on it's own, or should I do something about it?
Asked by benthekahn 9 years ago
Ok, so i am working on building a pair of Infrared night vision goggles, I have a $0 budget, so am making this entirely from recycled materials and material i already own, so please no suggestions requiring me to make a purchase, please :) here is my issue: I already have a camera that i am modifying to view infrared only, and i want to have the LCD screen go further from the camera than its ribbon cable will allow. i have considered cutting the ribbon wire and splicing wires between the two ends, but im afraid that it won't work and then i will have no ribon cable at all, and thus of course no screen. so if anyone has any solutions, that would be great
Posted by DIYLemon 6 years ago
Is it possible to make a 360 controller and create a vision controlled (right) c-stick that I can use to aim at something simply by looking at it on the screen? Is this similar to what paralytics use to communicate? Is there any way that I could use that technolgy to OWN my cousin at Halo?
Posted by MattGyver92 9 years ago
I got this laptop used but i cant get into it because it has a user name password. Is there a way to open the computer up and do something to it to erase the passwords or even everything on the computer. I've tried every password recovery and password reset out there and nothing works out. Please help me cause the repair shop said they are gonna charge me 80 bucks to re-format it. The computer is a mdg vision book and has windows vista.
Asked by two-tone187 3 years ago
I have seen this on the net quite a few times but I have my doubts, would it be as good as using camcorder viewfinders and IR leds
Asked by Barramundi 7 years ago
I am wanting to make night vision goggles and plan on using infra red light to see. I plan on having el cheapo cellphon cameras or other camera mounted on the lense and having IR LEDs mounted on to to provide the light. I have a picture created in photoshop to show my idea. I did not include wiring, batteries, or switches in the picture.
Asked by wizerd 745 8 years ago
I am a retired guy with less than perfect night vision. I have installed a LED Backup camera and portable display in my Camry and wonder how hard it would be to do the same only looking foreward. Ebay has a lot of IR cameras that include IR Light LEDs. Shouldn't I be able to connect one to my monitor to get some extra driving safety? Of course, everything is possible to the guy who doesn't know how to do it! Thanks in advance.. Here is an article from a BMW site I think............. "...In 2000, General Motors offered a thermal night-vision system in its Cadillac line of vehicles. The system was innovative, but it was also expensive and didn't produce very clear images. Toyota also gave night vision a shot, and even now the automaker continues to offer an in-dash system in some Lexus models. The Lexus system has its fans, but if it's so effective, then why hasn't this technology spread to every vehicle on the road? One theory is that it seems as if the technology just isn't fully ready for automotive applications. Not yet, anyway. As you can imagine, night-vision technology is expensive and if you use inexpensive components, the quality simply won't be there. Two of Germany's automotive stalwarts, BMW and Mercedes-Benz, have taken a damn-the-torpedoes approach to in-dash night-vision systems. These two auto manufacturers have been offering night-vision systems in vehicles since 2006..."
Asked by R.Snare 8 years ago
I have been toying with the idea of a cheap pair of night vision goggles, i think i have found most of the parts, i just need a screen and im still lookin for ideas for a camera, but i am goin to go look around at a few places a friend sugested. But i do need a screen i can eisily wired, i googled it and they all had weird plugs, anyone have any ideas?
Asked by FireKiller 6 years ago
I have a Kodak C533 Digital Camera that I want to turn into my "test" Night Vision device, and I am wondering when I take out the IR filter, is it really necessary to put in a film negative to filter the visible light? I just did a project on Infrared Light so I know all about the electromagnetic spectrum and why we can't see it, so I don't need help there. I also don't want to use it to take pictures or videos, just so I can use the LCD screen. Will it be too bright with all of the light coming through? I obviously won't want to use the night vision outside, just so I could easily take it from the dark into the light again.
Asked by PuddleOfMudd25 9 years ago