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August 2, 2012 - 4 went

Last minute - Hardware Hacking a Crowd Cam

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Added by Timothy D.
on Aug 3, 2012.


  • Timothy D.

    We actually worked on two projects; Balloon Cam Crowd Cam Devin and I worked on some concepts for Crowd Cam that I think we are going to run with. The lot of us worked the math out for the height of the balloon to capture a 1 square acre, which ended up being ~250-300 feet in height with the camera we had. We did some empirical testing which led to the confirmation of our math (always a good thing ha). We built the small enclosure to protect the camera setup as well, but unfortunately our camera didn't work. Brian and I have both bought addition cameras, one we will use for visible light, and the other for infrared. These should be here in the next week or so. Our first goal is to image the falls on the pedestrian bridge with both visible and infrared imaging.

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