I found this video here. This video shows how a group of people created a huge optical WiFi signal indicator and used it in long exposure photography to create nice pictures. Read the article on Gizmodo for more information. Immaterials: Light painting WiFi from Timo on Vimeo.
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Month: February 2011
I have written a post before about a shared calendar for our family appointments here. This approach is working properly for the past 3 weeks now. I stumbled upon my old HP Ipaq 4700 pocket pc which is not as advanced as the modern tablets like the Apple Ipad but it offers a touch screen, […]
I’m happy to see that more users are starting to use NAS devices (Network Attached Storage) to store and share their data, music, photos and videos within a household. Many people choose for a setup with a RAID 1 configuration which means that they have installed 2 harddisks that hold a copy of each others […]
Randy Halverson has created a nice timelapse video. Shot in RAW format, most shots were 20 seconds exposure F2.8 with 1 second interval between shots, for about 300 frames or so (several hours). Sub Zero – winter night timelapse from Randy Halverson on Vimeo.
Sometimes you need a nice colorfull background for your photography assignments. Especially with product or waterdrop photography, you might be in search for some background. Create a new blank image in the size of your paper in photoshop and go to filters, render and render yourself some clouds (assign a fore- and background color) or […]
Het DNS (Domain Name System) is het systeem wat de internet adressen zoals www.vdsar.net vertaalt naar het bijbehorende IP adres zodat de website op onze computer getoond kan worden. Elke internet aanbieder heeft zijn eigen DNS server die je automatisch gebruikt als je van je internet aansluiting gebruik maakt. Dit is over het algemeen een […]
A nice article on how to photograph interiors: How to Photograph Interiors – PictureCorrect.
As mentioned in one of my previous posts, I’ve bought a secondhand Nikon F80 SLR with a AF 35-70mm lens. I own some other lenses which are made for DX size sensors like being used in i.e. Nikon D3100, D5000, D7000, etc. Those lenses project a smaller image size than the FX size lenses. The […]
The Adobe Acrobat PDF format has become a very popular format which is ideal to share documents. Anybody who has the free Adobe Acrobat Reader can open the document. The format can be read on many platforms like Mac OS-X, Windows, Linux and even mobile devices. The PDF format is usually read-only so it’s ideal […]