NOTE: I am using a 650nm laser module, not 606nm. Sorry about the mistake.
I love listening to, and playing music. I also enjoy playing with lasers, and using wireless technology! Why not combine these geeky interests to make my own wireless audio transmitter? You can wirelessly transmit music/data using all sorts of other technologies, but this project will utilize a portion of the visible light spectrum through a laser. This is a perfect project for kids wanting to clinch a science fair ribbon too. Wow the judges by using a laser pointer to transmit your favorite song from across the hall! I ran tests in the video at a short distance, but it works flawlessly for at least several tens of meters. If you want to know how the system works, visit my blog.
scenes i recorded on my 7D while on a goodwill program in Japan in February of 2012.
We were able to walk around what remains of the Tsunami devastated township of Minamisanriku in the Tohoku region. I recorded audio from two ladies who shared with us firsthand their story of struggle and survival.
The Kanji at the start of the film reads "ichi-go ichi-e", which can be translated to "once in a lifetime". I learnt this phrase near the end of my trip by another member of the program. I think it captures the experience.
The editing was inspired by the visual storytelling style of vimeo hero Matty Brown.. With a mix of my own too i suppose..!
You can view his work here : vimeo.com/matthewbrown
A big thank you to the Japanese Government for running such a successful program such as JENESYS over the last 5 years. I will always remember my time in Japan.
Please watch, share & enjoy.
I edited to these tracks:
- This Will Destroy You - The Mighty Rio Grande
- Helios - Bless This Morning Year
- Helios - Vargtimme
- Memoryhouse - Lately
I edited with Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, Magic Bullet Looks.