Summer Resolutions...

Well, since my New Years resolutions are (mostly) done... okay, I've only done 2 of them (get a date, fill a sketchbook (TWICE)) So, I have a lot of things I want to do this summer, and I WILL get them done (I hope) -Make a couple of Instructables (Original ideas, actually) -Make a short stop motion video (Also original, sortof) -Moar arts -Be more involved with the online community (Like, do contests and stuff) -And a few other things, just not entirely sure if I can/want to do them. Any 'Summer Resolutions' of your own?

Posted by Wills42 9 years ago


New Years Resolutions: What are they for you?

New Years is a week away! Have you decided what you need to change about yourself? Type your New Years Resolutions on this site and explain how important they are to you.And if you have other goals that you want to achieve through life see my other forum, Goals: What are they?

Posted by bdcoco 10 years ago


How do I post a profile picture

I am a beginner with instructables.  How do I post a picture to my profile?  The picture is in my library, but I can't seem to link it.  Is this a resolution based problem?  If so what resolution do I need to use?

Posted by Ernest Olsen 6 years ago


Photo Challenge: Take a Photo Everyday in January

---------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------- PLEASE READ THIS THREAD!!!! ---------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------- With the New Year comes New Year's Resolutions, and one of my on-going resolutions is to improve my photography skills.  I have a hunch I'm not the only one who wants to be a better photographer, so I would like to pose a challenge in which I will also participate. The Challenge: Take a photograph everyday in January. The Reward: Bragging rights and a fancy patch to show everyone that you successfully completed the challenge. Simple, right?  It doesn't have to be the best photo EVAR.  It doesn't have to be beautifully lit.  It doesn't need perfect composition.  It just has to be the very simple act of picking up your camera, taking a shot, and posting it online.  It can even be a photo you're going to use in an Instructable, a dual purpose photograph.  The trick is that it has to be done every day.  No old photos.  No rehashes.  This is for personal improvement and making photography a habit. Now I realize that not everyone will be able or willing to do this everyday because stuff happens.  If you can take a photo for 20 days in January, you will get a patch.  If you can manage to take a new photo every single day, all 31, in January, you will get a very special patch! If you would like to participate in this challenge, leave a reply to this topic saying that you accept the challenge.  As you submit your photos, reply to your original acceptance reply.  This will keep things a bit tidier, and you will be able to see your accomplishments altogether.  There's a great deal of satisfaction in seeing a big chunk of what you've done and feeling motivated to do more.  If you would like to see an example of how to submit photos for the challenge, please look for my acceptance comment on this topic and how I reply to that comment with photos I am submitting. Alternatively, you can submit links to images on your Flickr, Picasa, DeviantArt, and other image sharing services.  This will save on bandwidth usage on Instructables.  Please do not submit links to private accounts such as Facebook and Myspace.  The images must be publicly viewable without requiring a linked account. There are some mighty fine Instructables on photography, so you might want to take a look around.  Hopefully, by taking part in this challenge, you will not only improve your photography skills but your Instructables as well.  You might even be motivated to post an Instructable about photography in January! If you would like to participate in a much larger challenge, check out Project365. So here's to a Happy (and productive) New Year!

Posted by AngryRedhead 7 years ago


Best picture resolution for an instructables?

Hi guys, I am just wondering what's the best picture resolution for an instructables (In pixels) Would 800x600 be too small or too big? Thanks in advise! ^^

Posted by Electrospark 3 years ago


HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

Happy New Year everyone. Hope 2008 was amazing. Let's hope '09 brings cool projects, and good health. My resolution is to get good grades, post lots of i'bles, and help as many people as I can. What's your New Year's Resolution?

Posted by mg0930mg 9 years ago


High Resolution view of Victoria Crater on Mars

NASA has released a beautiful high resolution picture of Victoria Crater (below) taken from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. If you zoom in on the full resolution image, you can see the Opportunity rover's tracks and stopping points (faint lines with bright dots) around the left part of the rim.The photo was taken in July 2009, so many of Opportunity's tracks have already been obscured by wind and sand.

Posted by kelseymh 9 years ago


2013 Accomplishments and 2014 Resolutions!

The New Year is almost here!  Does everyone have awesome plans and resolutions?  How about, what did you accomplish this year; new job, Instructable milestones?  Even sharing a resolution from last year that you accomplished counts! Nothing is too big or too small to share! I'll get the ball rolling: Accomplishments: Instructables moved to Pier 9 (pretty sweet!) Hit 1 Million views (1,037,806, and steadily making it's way up) Hit 100 Instructables (133 now!) Posted 52 Instructables Well, there are a few anyway :) Resolutions: Work out at least once a week (well, who doesn't have a goal like this) Reach 200 Instructables (I only need to post 67, seems possible right?) Get organized (you do NOT want to see my cottage) I'm sure I'll think of more later!  Your turn!

Posted by Penolopy Bulnick 4 years ago


New Years Resolution: Achieved :P

Perhaps I need to pick more difficult resolutions for future years... This year's was to learn how to use a sewing machine.... While I'm no expert and still have a lot to learn, it was surprisingly easy. That being said, sewing a long straight line is frustrating -- especially if your machine does crazy (yet full of school spirit) stitching :)So, my first project -- feedback?So, now I'm ready to sew a kite o.0 https://www.instructables.com/id/E6HD4QYZBCEP287MRO/Not yet... I need more practice and need to do a bit more research on design :P But soon I'll be on my Doom Wheels!

Posted by trebuchet03 11 years ago


NYR: (new year's resolution, to be started IMMEDIATELY)....

I am starting to really feel the effects of my age now,  and my time not exercising my brain. I WANT this to change (besides, I can't just LET Kiteman's challenge go without a fight LOL).  Some of this will involve me making an attempt to pump up the volume, as it were, of what I make and thereby post.  I don't mean I am going to rush through things, but I wanted to do a bunch of things I haven't had time for up to now.   Not that I have anymore time now, but I am going to MAKE time. If I don't do it now, it will never get done. Wish me luck :-)

Posted by Goodhart 7 years ago


Laser keyboard

A scanning laser can be mounted on a pad together with a low resolution camera.  With these, an image of different types of keyboard for typing, piano playing, gaming, finger writing can be programmed for user interaction.

Posted by oobi07 8 years ago


Happy new year!

Well, over here in Britain, we've just passed midnight. Happy new year, all! What are your new years resolutions?

Posted by The Jamalam 8 years ago


book scan - Camera Setup

Hi all, So I was scanning the book manually today using camera. Everything turned out to be ok, except the final pictures file size was staggering big(little over 1MB), which finally will compiled into a single PDF file. I was using resolution of 1600*1200 and found it to be the minimum accepted resolution in my situation. So my question was under what kind of camera setup should I get the smallest picture size but relatively clear picture. Thanks,

Posted by liys 9 years ago


High resolution Instructables Robot images

Hello. I am the Instructables Robot. You may call me "Robot." I have noticed that users are interested in my photograph. I have included GIFs of my photographs here. Please click the "i" in the upper left hand corner to access full-sized images. I have included an EPS and an AI of myself here as attached files. Please enjoy all of these files and images. You can find more of my pictures here and here.

Posted by Instructables Robot 11 years ago


Robot T-shirt

Ewilhelm pointed me to some high resolution picts of the instructables robot https://www.instructables.com/forum/EUNDX6Q3D1EYWDIREL/so I made a T-shirt with T-shirt transfer paper.~Matt

Posted by iman 11 years ago


Instructables Wallpapers

 I was trying to look for a new wallpaper, as there isn't 'just the right Doctor Who' wallpaper out there, and it occurred to me that Instructables don't have any downloadable wallpapers (that I could find). SO I took it upon myself to make some and share them with all of you! I've never made wallpapers so I kept my designs simple. I chose the Instructables Robot, as he is the most familiar icon around here. I didn't want the hand, as for some reason it creeps me out.  I have made 5 wallpapers in total: One is the Instuctables Robot sitting in the middle quite large. Res: 1024x768 Second is the same above but the resolution is 1280x1024 Third one is the same as the above two, except the Robot is a lot smaller. Res: 1024x768 Fourth: Same as above but designed for some laptops, so the resolution is 1280x800 Fifth: Same as above but resolution is 1280x1024 Feel free to tinker or change them. I have also included a screenshot of my laptop using the fourth image.

Posted by asasklfjklasfkljasklfjaklfsjkl 8 years ago


New Years' Resolutions

Well, with my New Years' resolutions plastered on the Makeblog it looks like I'll have to work twice as hard to make sure I keep them. Here they are:Create more order. I find that once you have order, maintaining it isn't that hard. Apply this in practice to my garage.Learn a new language. Probably will be Ruby; Spanish will come next if I can reach a comfortable level with Ruby.Respond to or otherwise deal with every piece of email sent to me within 1 week or as soon as possible. Maintain an inbox that fits comfortably on one screen without scrolling.Say "good morning" with a smile, and mean it -- start each of my personal interactions out on a positive note every day.Try to have either a lower mass or lower volume of possessions by the end of the year. Get rid of things I don't use and probably will never use; don't buy anything that might fit this description. Check out the full post here:http://www.makezine.com/blog/archive/2007/01/new_years_resol_1.html

Posted by ewilhelm 11 years ago


Plans for 2008?

Got anything Instructable-related plans for the coming year?I plan to:Make at least 1,000 comments (<-- good useful comments)Double my number of published InstructablesGain (or reinforce if existent) a "Kiteman" reputation (<--sorry! =)

Posted by KentsOkay 10 years ago


Site Feedback

Hello, I have some feedback regarding the site. First, the page width is a little too big. On 1024x600 resolution there is a horizontal scrollbar, which seems kind of useless to me and takes up vertical space. Secondly, the link named Feedback on https://www.instructables.com/about/contact.jsp directs to https://www.instructables.com/community?categoryGroup=help&category;=faq, as does the link named FAQs on the Contact Instructables page. Third, a button to hide the search header would be a nice feature, it's unnecessarily big and takes about 1/6th of vertical space on resolution of 1024x600. I hope I explained understandably and that you can make some tweaks. Firefox 21.0 Windows 7 Home Premium

Posted by rein365 5 years ago


Giant Hi-res image of the night sky

Found this the other day. Huge ultra-high-resolution image of the night sky, with interactive doohickeys to boot. Very enjoyable.  http://media.skysurvey.org/interactive360/index.html

Posted by ilpug 6 years ago


computer commands [question]

Alright what I want to know are some computer commands. NOT like pinging sites with cmd. But like shift+alt+print screen makes it go into high resolution mode. If you know any please tell me how to do it and what it does.Thank you in advance.

Posted by thejrb 11 years ago


not optimum mode

Hi Everybody, I have a Samsung 913N LCD Monitor which is giving me a problem (not optimum mode explained hereunder). The screen just blacks out, gives me an error saying "Not Optimum mode Recommended mode 1280x1024 60Hz" Normally this message stays for about a minute, to give you a chance to change resolution, and it goes, but now it stays for ever. The only way to get rid of it is by switching off everything wait for about 15 minutes and display comes back to normal again. I tried going to VGA mode and fix it but to no avail. I tried the same monitor on different PC`s but problem still persists, although it takes longer to happen on one pc than on another. In my opinion there must be a way to disable this annoying message !!! The problem is how? Either from the buttons on front of panel or from its software. Perhaps there is a way to enter the monitor`s software and disable it from there. The funny thing is that it never happens while installing a fresh copy of windows until it comes to change the resolution (and not always) Before the problem started to happen I could easily adjust the resolution any MODE I like!! Any help on how to solve this will be extremely appreciated. Thanks in advance

Posted by manol 11 years ago


Digital pen

Can  an optical mouse be turned into a PC screen writing gadget or digital pen? Optical mouse have a low resolution camera. By using a software that coordinates what's being shown on the screen and a modified optical mouse, it could be possible to draw on the screen or turn this combination into a touch screen application.

Posted by oobi07 8 years ago


My computer won't boot fully after installing new graphics driver

A long time ago I messed with something on my computer, and after that it can't display resolutions about 1024x768. It used to be able to display a higher resolution. (It is a inbuilt GPU, not a seperate card) I tried searching for a new driver, but after I install it, and reboot (BTW: I am using Windows XP), it just ''cycles'', it will boot up to the Windows XP loading screen, then it just reboots, and goes back to where you can select safe mode etc. Then it just tries to do it again. When i choose boot with last known good configuration, it will boot properly, but that doesn't solve my original problem. Any ideas on how I can update the driver without that happening? Thanks, Thermoelectric!

Posted by thermoelectric 8 years ago


crt monitor image distortion

I have huge 21 inch crt monitor which i found yesterday in the trash i plugged it in now. it works but the image has some distortions the color that should be black is bright gray and all other colors are like addition to it. the image looks very bright and with bright gray tint. setting brightness and contrast to minimum does not help much there are some kinda scratch lines across the display. the lines form a shape of a 'lightning' with horizontal lines and diagonal that connect them. the density of lines is higher when i switch to higher resolution the image size is severely affected by the brightness of what is displayed. it grows larger about 1 cm on each side when i open a window with white background other than that the monitor works ok in all resolutions from the bios screen and up to 1600x1200 what can be the problem ?

Posted by 11010010110 9 years ago


CNC Laser Printer

Looking for someone to help me build a Laser printer. I want to go A0 size. Use Photographic negative, that is to use a developer and fixer liquid once the image is done. The image has to be B&W photographically with a sharp image quality. What sort of laser would allow me to have a high resolution? Thanks jag2x

Posted by jag2x 9 years ago


Portable Xbox 360

I saw the website of Ben Heck (benheck.com) and I was wondering if it is really necessary to modify the heatsinks for the GPU/CPU and replace the fans. I am planning on making a portable xbox 360 in an alluminum suitcase with the LCD screen from a computer monitor. Is there any easier (legal) way to wirelessly obtain xbox live? What resolution monitor should I get? Any advice?

Posted by MattGyver92 9 years ago


LEDs keep on taking over. Excellent.

It's no secret that we love using LEDs for our projects. They sip power and are fantastically tiny. You can even get an introduction to how they work with just an LED and a coin battery. If you haven't used one yet, make it a new year's resolution to make one light up this year. If you want to complete any resolutions, that'll be one of the easiest.Yesterday's announcement of the Macbook Air in San Francisco pushes the LEDs further. This isn't the first laptop to have it, but it's a dramatic display of how far the tech has come and how far it needs to go. LEDs aren't perfect for every use, but they hopefully will be someday.According to this article some of the current goals are for better whites, deep-UV, and quantum cryptography. All of which sound pretty tasty.But what about you? What do you want from LEDs that you don't see just yet?

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


some suggestions about the possibility of 3d printer based on LCD display

Hey guys, I saw some guys started a campaign on indiegogo. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/rayee-an-lcd-based-high-resolution-desktop-3d-printer The pictures of printed pieces are quite impressive, could anyone give suggestions about the possibility and actual performance? thanks in advance. john

Posted by newbie_john 4 years ago


Happy New Year!

Just wanted to wish everyone a Happy New Year, have fun and I hope that you all prosper in this new decade :) Maybe we can share some of our resolutions? I'm going to start to concentrate more on work than playing video games. I hope 2010 will be a great year for you :D

Posted by FrozenStar 8 years ago


Transparant PNG creates strange artifacts

If a transparant PNG image is uploaded, it creates strange artifacts after the instructable website changes it's size. A nice platter of weird colors in the Transparent areas. Strangely enough if a ridiculous high resolution is chosen while uploading, 1024px wide or more it creates a correct image. (my best guest is that the image converter crokes on the image size, and does the conversion in the background later on).

Posted by FriedZombie 3 years ago


Request for timer

I would like to make a timer circuit for one or two digicams. Something which would press the shutter button at a desired interval, like from 30 sec to several minutes, to make high resolution timelapses. (2 cameras for stereo, or visual - infrared) I know this should be easy, a simple circuit with relays, but having no knowledge of electronics it would help to have it pointed out step by step)

Posted by BobS 11 years ago


OLED HUD

Hi I have no knowledge of electronics, so I am willing to pay someone to put together a device that incorporates a high resolution oled display coupled to an arduino and obd scanning module. Basically, I'm after a car Heads Up Display unit. The optics i can build myself - it's the electronics I am unsure about. Please get in touch with build time and likely cost for the project. Thanks d

Posted by darcust 4 years ago


Google camera hacks

I found the google hacks on metacafe pretty cool, but mainly #1.I've also found some cool cameras, but this one is the best so far. It's a dog kennel!http://woofdah.viewnetcam.com/ViewerFrame?Direction=TiltUp&Mode;=Refresh&Resolution;=320x240&Quality;=Standard&Interval;=30&Size;=STD&PresetOperation;=Move&Language;=4I not confident that link will work, so just copy and paste it if needed.

Posted by Epeoples 9 years ago


Intersection Problem (Riding a Bike)

So here's my problem: I ride my bike to school everyday, but there is one intersection that I can not figure out how to ride through safely. I drew a picture of the intersection down below. The blue and green lines are cars, and the red line is the route that I usually take. If anyone could tell my where to ride , it would be greatly appreciated. (Click the little "i" in the corner of the image to view it at a higher resolution)

Posted by ItsTheHobbs 7 years ago


software to record from tv in card

I have conexant bt878 tv in card and want to record composite video (yellow plug) i look for software that works in windows xp pro is free (as in linux) or free (as in not paid) + does not advertise itself in the recorded video etc + does not have any limits like demo software does not contain drm (copy protection) records in moderate to high resolution (not like 3XX x 2XX thumbnail video) and with high quality codec records audio too

Posted by 11010010110 9 years ago


Active cratering and near-surface water ice on Mars

The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has taken some high-resolution pictures of brand new (two months old!) craters, where the impact exposed a layer of water ice just below the surface. Repeated pictures taken since the impact show the ice slowly sublimating, leaving behind the dark regolith.Read the whole press release and see some of the pictures here: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/MRO/news/mro-20090924r.html

Posted by kelseymh 9 years ago


Laptop touch screen from webcam?

I had a quick look around for something like this, but couldn't find anything. Place some kind of mirror / lens / prism over the webcam at the top of my laptop's screen so that it can register the screen itself + software to track finger(s) touching the screen. = (multi)touch screen. The angle would be easy, figuring the distance of the finger from the camera would be trickier... You might not get amazingly good resolution, but it should be enough for iPhone type scrolling sweeps and simple button pushing etc. Thoughts?

Posted by SolarFlower_org 8 years ago


Connect laptop LCD panel to non standard output

Hey... I have an old TFT LCD (~10+ years old) on an ancient notebook. It's a color screen, 640x480 resolution. I also have an mp3 player that I don't use too often anymore. I was thinking that I want to rip open the mp3 player and send the video output to the LCD but I'm not really sure how I'd go about doing this. It just seems like an interesting project, and I'm not afraid to learn new things or whatever... I just need some initial steps in the right direction.

Posted by preet 10 years ago


Looking for an iconic Image

Hey, I'm hoping people here will be able to help me. I'm writing my final year design dissertation about making, hacking and modding culture and I'm looking for some really interesting, dynamic images to use.  I'm looking for images that you think sum up the culture of making and hacking. I'm really interested in seeing what people think the essence of the culture is all about. Preferably I'd like them to be your own images and high resolution as I'd love to put them into my dissertation.  thank you very much for any suggestions.

Posted by Monk 6 years ago


3D Printers for Peace competition - ideas that benefit humanity

Michigan Tech University has opened a 3D printing contest: Printers for Peace! They are challenging the 3D printing community to design things that advance the cause of peace. This is an open-ended contest, but if you’d like some ideas, ask yourself what Mother Theresa, Martin Luther King, or Gandhi would make if they’d had access to 3D printing! Prizes:   1st Prize Fully assembled, open-source Type A Machines Series 1 3D Printer The Series 1 recently won best in class in the Make: Ultimate Guide to 3-D Printing. It has a 9-by-9-by-9-inch build volume, prints at 90mm/sec in PLA, ABS and PVA with 0.1mm resolution. 2nd Prize Michigan Tech’s MOST version of the RepRap Prusa Mendel open-source 3D printer kit The RepRap can be built in a weekend. It has a 7.8–by-7.8-by-6.8-inch build volume on a heated bed, prints comfortably at 80 mm/sec ABS, 45 mm/sec PLA, HDPE and PVA with 0.1 mm resolution. 3rd Prize MatterHackers sampler pack: MatterHackers sampler pack of 3-D printer materials of 3 PRO Series PLA spools, Laywoo-D3, Nylon, and Soft PLA. Anyone in the United States or Canada (excluding judges and their relatives) is welcome to enter. Contest closes September 1, 2013. For more information and to enter visit the Michigan Tech site 

Posted by Ivana_Zelenika 5 years ago


Screens for microcontrolers/small computers

I've been thinking aout making a portable game player/computer, like a Game Boy or PDA, and I think I can handle most of it, except the screen. I don't think I'd be able to easily make my own, and I don't seem to be getting very good results searching on Google (usualy I just end up finding monitors for desktops and devices with screens built into them). I'm looking for anything with at least 64X32 resolution, two colors (black and white maybe?), and enough frames per second to create the illusion of motion. More important, however, is that it should either via standard PC serial port or USB.

Posted by MDude 11 years ago


New Home Page Mockup!

Everyone is complaining about how inconvenient the latest home page is, and I agree. See here. So I put together a quick mockup of a home page concept. Please take a look and tell me what you think. What parts do you like, and which parts need work? Feedback is greatly appreciated, especially from the admins. However, "This sucks because I don't like it" is not an acceptable comment. I prefer "This part sucks, do this to fix it." I've posted my original version and a version with notes. Full Resolution Images Can Be Found Here. (or click the [ i ] box icon at the upper left of each picture.)

Posted by JamesRPatrick 7 years ago


Ground Penetrating Radar

I am looking for any information regarding Ground Penetrating Radar (or GPR). I am a newbie to this type of tech and was hoping the someone may know of a basic reference manual or other sources that could contribute to building one from the ground up at reasonably little cost. Also, I am looking specifically for something in the high frequency range - good resolution at minimal depth. The hardware side is more important although any advice/resources on the software to interprete the data wouldn't hurt. Thanks in advance! By the way, my user name(just created and second guessed) has nothing to do with being dug on digg, or anything to do with digg for that matter - just thought it had a nice ring to it... Thanks!

Posted by diggity 11 years ago


Digita Media Enthusiast/Tech Support Specialist

Job description ABOUT PAI PAI is a community rich in culture and diversity, distinguished by its high level of job satisfaction. We believe that our team members are our most valuable assets, so we recognize and reward great performance. We believe in open communication and foster an environment of creativity, loyalty and respect both for employees and clients alike. THE BIG PICTURE Do you like to get into in-depth trouble-shooting that would revolve around TiVo, DVR, or multiple types of digital video media? Do you excel in communicating with people in both a technical and non-technical way? Are you known for thinking outside the box when it comes to creative trouble-shooting solutions? If so, there’s a strong possibility you’d fit in well with an exciting new project at PAI. As Team Leader, you’ll assist in providing first-and second-level customer support for the full line of video media software products for our newest client. You and your team will interface with customers via telephone and email to provide troubleshooting, patches and/or bug fixes, version upgrades and software use tips. Ensuring the highest level of customer satisfaction is key, and will be measured by providing quality issue resolution within the established response time intervals and service level standards. DESIRED EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS • Basic professional understanding of video standards such as NTSC and PAL, frames and fields, and frame rate and basic video signals such as composite, S-video, Component, SDI and DV. • Basic understanding of broadcast digital video formats and compression such as Standard Definition, High Definition, MPEG-2, GOP Structure, Program and Transport Stream, as well as popular internet streaming, and download and desktop media formats such as Windows Media, Real Networks, QuickTime, MPEG-l, MP3, MPEG-4, etc. • Understanding of audio channels, digital audio sample size sample rates. • Understanding of non-linear video editing concepts. • Familiarity or use of a content management system or digital asset repository THE EVERYDAY VIEW • Phone, Email, and Remote Desktop support to resolve client issues, • Lead a professional team in providing world class support to leading industry customers • Verify and escalate bug reports to Engineering for resolution • Document problems/resolutions for internal/external knowledge base articles. • Effectively communicate with customers, both written and orally, to manage expectations through the trouble-shooting and issue resolution process. WE’RE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WITH: • Excellent trouble-shooting/problem solving skills with high attention to details and good follow-through. • Excellent written and oral communication skills. • Ability to install and configure Windows Operating Systems. • Basic hardware, software, operating system and device driver troubleshooting skills. • Basic understanding of MS SQL and/or Oracle server installation and configuration. • Basic Linux/Unix installation and administration skills. • Understanding of Windows File Systems, configuring IIS, JBOSS, Apache, File permissions and Disk management. • Ability to troubleshoot basic networking and connectivity issues including TCP/IP, DHCP and DNS. • Ability to effectively work with a variety of personalities and occasional stressful situations. • Ability to multi-task under time constraints. • Able to work Evening and Late Night shifts. • Experience providing support within a Network Operations Center environment, • Digital Media or related Software or Production Service or 2+ years Digital Media Encoding/Production Experience.  To apply: 142a+8972@c1.catchthebest.com http://pai.catchthebest.com/apply/142a/8972  Cindy Law HR Manager 858-495-3525

Posted by clawpaisd 8 years ago


Automated Single-Picture conversion for Anaglyph (3D glasses) except "Lasso3D"?

> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anaglyph_image//EDIT:I foundBas-Relief Demo ( http://www.3dphotopro.com/software.html ) which is great and allows most things i need in the demo version :-) It just needs a depth map, which I draw manualy by setting the brush transparency for different layer or drawing closer areas brighter.Still, I am open to any other program suggestions! :-)Hello,I am currently trying to convert a few photos, just so the people in front look further infront. I know how to do it manualy (cut objects infront, smudge hole, paste a bit further to the right, repeat layer for layer..., then i join the original image and the new one with AnaBuilder / AnnaBuilder / Zanag Z-Anaglyph) but I am looking for a program to convert the pictures, since its just taking long for not-so-creative work.Exept a bunch of totaly automated 2d-to-3d programs that work only on a limited number of images but are great to test anyway(xpounded.com Auto3D, Neurosys Anaglyph)I only found xpounded.com / Lasso3D (By Robert Spoons) where you roughly select the objects infront and the software does the rest.Its working good, but only for screen-sized resolutions, since no scrolling is possible :-( Thats a downside, since I want to print the images with a higher resolution.Does anyone know another (freeware?) tool or a simpler method in psp or gimp to convert images?xpounded.com / Lasso3D (By Robert Spoons)Thanks in advance for any help & ideas!-Marcus

Posted by schorhr 11 years ago


Arduino Jam 2012 Landing Page

Arduino Jam was an 48 hour event held at Timelab in Ghent, Belgium. 18 jammers started friday the 3th of february with a brainstorm session. The only restriction they had was that the projects needed to be powered by Arduino. 7 projects emerged from their brains. They teamed up and started on their projects to make their ideas come true. *   #1: Xtreme Buzzwire-4-2 *   Nipkow pong  & RGBCMY resolution test & 16 million color niptokowduino *   Kinect face follower *   Duck n jump Tv out game *   Bleeber - A physical layer between data and action *   Capgemini sound to light modulator Thanks to our sponsors that made this event happen:

Posted by jekkos 6 years ago


"speaking piano" reciting the Proclamation of the European Environmental Criminal Court

A "speaking piano" reciting the Proclamation of the European Environmental Criminal Court at World Venice Forum 2009. Austrian composer Peter Ablinger transferred the frequency spectrom of the childs voice to his computer controlled mechanical piano. (translated from German) Peter Ablinger: I break down this phonography, meaning a recording of something the voice, in this case -, in individual pixels, one can say. And if I have the possibility of a rendering in a fairly high resolution (and that I only get with a mechanical piano), then I in fact restore some kind of continuity. Therefore, with a little practice, or help or subtitling, we actually can hear a human voice in a piano sound. link: youtube

Posted by mikeasaurus 7 years ago


Google Earth Flight Simulator

If you download the most recent version of Google Earth and press Ctrl+Alt+A it will open up a flight simulator. You can select from two different planes and take off from several locations including San Francisco, Switzerland, and the Himalayas. You can also start your flight at a specific location if you go there in Google Earth outside of the flight simulator, and then select the "start at current view" button which is above the airport selection box. The controls can be found by going to help and then clicking on keyboard shortcuts. It's a lot of fun and has pretty good resolution. The pics are of the Himalayas. The start-up screen with the options, Switzerland, New Zealand, and upside down over Washington D.C.

Posted by Ferrite 11 years ago


I want an older model/gently used projector...

I was wondering if any had any advice/sources on how to get an older model/used projector. I am using it to mod a big screen to keep using the large screen without the expensive and near-impossible job of fixing the inside circuitry. I am not too concerned with HD capability, since I will only be using it to play old video game systems (non-HD), so all I really need is Red/White/Yellow A/V input and a resolution of 640x480 max. It has to be NTSC compliant, so somewhere in the US or Canada would probably be my only choices. If anyone has any advice, it would be much appreciated!

Posted by victus_maestro 9 years ago