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face to gif
What is this?
face to gif is a simple webapp that lets you record yourself and gives you an infinitely looping animated gif
What is the output?
face to gif outputs a 320 × 240 gif @ 10 frames per second. The file may be a bit big, but you can use a gif optimizer.
camera  gif 
june 2013 by Aetles » Moose vs. quadcopter
The video was shot just outside of Oslo. We have a lot of moose roaming around the woods here in Norway. And some of them very close to the city. They’re shy of people, dogs and other living creatures, but are pretty used to the sound of cars, trains, helicopters, planes etc. To see a moose is not very uncommon in Norway.
This moose is probably a 1,5 year old female. She seems more curious than afraid. And we spotted her again from far up in the sky later. Still calmly walking around eating in the same wood.
One of my hobbies for the last year have been to build and fly multirotor helicopters. When I fly them I do it either by flying Line-Of-Sight (LOS) or First Person View (FPV). When flying LOS you simply take off and fly the thing around while watching it from the ground. For quadcopters this limit the range because the copter is symmetric and you loose the orientation pretty fast. However, as I’ve gained experience you start to feel the direction based on speed and the way you control the copter, making it possible to fly further away. I fly LOS when I want to do acrobatics and train accuracy and pilot skills. Here is an example of some acro flying with a very small quadcopter:

KK2 Acro FLights from Eirik Solheim on Vimeo.
But for the video with the moose I fly FPV. Meaning that I have a dedicated camera connected to a video transmitter on board the copter. I feed the video signal into a pair of video goggles and navigate the copter like I was sitting inside it. Based on the video signal. When flying this way I always have spotters beside me that keep an eye on the copter and what is happening on the ground.
quadcopter  filming  video  norway  fun  camera  technology 
january 2013 by Aetles
Memoto Lifelogging Camera
A tiny, automatic camera and app that gives you a searchable
and shareable photographic memory.
The world's smallest wearable camera
The Memoto camera is a tiny camera and GPS that you clip on and wear. It’s an entirely new kind of digital camera with no controls. Instead, it automatically takes photos as you go. The Memoto app then seamlessly and effortlessly organizes them for you.
camera  gadgets  photography 
december 2012 by Aetles
The Ring Flash Adapter
Do you love your camera so much that people tell you to marry it? Or does that stop happening after 3rd grade? Either way, if you really love your DSLR, you should put a ring on it. (Beyonce, your wisdom knows no bounds.)

The Ring Flash Adapter is a reflective circle that attaches to the front of your external flash. It requires no batteries or cords because it uses the flash you already have.

Not only does this give your photos a soft, even glow, but it also gives you a studio quality look without a myriad of expensive and difficult equipment.
camera  flash  photography 
march 2011 by Aetles
Riktigt små spionkameror
Här är ett företag som säljer coola spionkameror, speciellt de som är så små att de göms i en skruv!
spion  spionkamera  spy  camera  skruv  knapp  rökdetektor  Udda  att  köpa    nätet  Prylar  Aetles  Teknik 
august 2005 by Aetles
RAW storm in a teacup? Dave Coffin interviewed
DP Review har intervjuat en kille som avkodad alla tillverkares varianter av RAW-format genom "reverse engineering", angående debatten kring Nikons kryptering av vitbalans
metadata  kryptering  nef  raw  adobe  camera  canon  nikon  sony  Digital  Photography  Review  Digitalfoto  Aetles  Bildbehandling 
may 2005 by Aetles

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