Here is a video of the CNC router cutting a tenon for an oak towel holder. The router is being controlled by gcode that was written using a python program that I wrote for this purpose.
This one was comprised of about 87 overlapping photographs.
Eli took his new tripod, on a bitter cold day, and set it up on the “top tier” of cleared ground, capturing about 270 degrees of the scene.
Again, we used Hugin to stitch it together.
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The cameramen at work…
And lastly, here is the recorded “activity” in the new Home School software.
I took about 45 photos today, freehand, with Eli’s FinePix point-and-shoot digital camera. The camera isn’t in top shape, and the light of the sun really washed out some of the shots, which was propagated to all shots by Hugin while stitching.
I would imagine that if I knew more about Hugin, that I could prevent some of this.
Regardless, it’s a pretty cool picture. Zechariah is in it, if you can find him!
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Using the Motorola Droid X, I took about 10 photographs at 5MP, freehand. Then I used Hugin, the open source image stitching software.
I had never stitched images together, but I must say this tool is impressive. The images were all various shades, angles, and since taken freehand, not straight.
However, see the result below…