1. Infrared Timelapse taken week of November 2, 2008

    01:53:17

    from Mark LaCore Added 152 0 0

    Wratten 89b filter on a Nikon D50. Timer set via bash with gphoto2 and assembled with mencoder and pitivi. No audio.

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    • ArduinoTutorial 5 - IR (Infrared) Sensor

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      from Scotty Added 1,459 7 2

      Arduino Tutorial 5 - IR Sensor Code is too large for the the video description or the comments. I will provide a link to the code soon. for now you will just have to type it out from the video

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      • #103 - Don Komarechka - Infrared Photography - jpeg2RAW Photo Podcast

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        from Mike Howard Added 16 0 0

        Don Komarechka returns to jpeg2RAW to cover another first time topic for the show - Infrared Photography.

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        • Dj T-1000 Dec. 26, 2009 Chicago part two

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          from Joshua Rubin Added 153 0 0

          Infrared Productions Presents Dj T-1000's epic destruction all over 3 turntables. After not visiting Chicago for 5 years T-1000 returns to represent Detroit and Techno music across the world for Chicago and Infrared krew. With 25 years of turntable mastery under his belt, T-1000 was not playin around for this one. Enjoy!!

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          • Dj T-1000 Dec. 26, 2009 Chicago part one

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            from Joshua Rubin Added 348 0 0

            Infrared Productions Presents Dj T-1000's epic destruction all over 3 turntables. After not visiting Chicago for 5 years T-1000 returns to represent Detroit and Techno music across the world for Chicago and Infrared krew. With 25 years of turntable mastery under his belt, T-1000 was not playin around for this one. Enjoy!! Filmed by Joshua Rubin www.myspace.com/jvalterra

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            • Bryan Mendez: WISE Astronomy: The Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer

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              from Steve Croft Added 202 0 0

              Bryan Mendez presents a public talk at UC Berkeley on January 15th, 2010, as part of the Science@Cal Lecture Series described at http://scienceatcal.berkeley.edu/lectures NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) has mapped the sky in infrared light, searching for asteroids, the nearest and coolest stars, the origins of stellar and planetary systems, and the most luminous galaxies in the Universe. WISE is an unmanned satellite carrying an infrared-sensitive telescope that images the entire sky, providing a vast storehouse of knowledge about the Solar System, the Milky Way, and the Universe. During this lecture, I will describe the mission, its history, current status, and some of the discoveries it has already made. Bryan hails from Traverse City, Michigan where the dark sky enthralled him from a very early age and inspired him to study astronomy. He graduated from the University of Michigan in 1997 with degrees in Astronomy, Physics, and Music. Bryan continued his education at the University of California at Berkeley, where he researched the large scale flow of galaxies in the nearby Universe by measuring their distances. He received a Ph.D. in Astrophysics from UC Berkeley in 2002. Bryan now works at the Center for Science Education at UC Berkeley's Space Sciences Laboratory to educate and inspire others about the wonder and beauty of the Universe. His work in space science education and public outreach involves developing programs for the public through the web and museums, developing classroom materials for students in K-12 classrooms, and conducting professional development for science educators. Videography and editing by James Anderson and Andrew Siemion. This video is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us

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              • 06.08.2013 - Orbs a Plenty Recorded via InfraRed Camera

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                from takash1moto Added 189 0 0

                Woo! Orbs a Plenty Recorded via InfraRed Camera

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                • FLIR BuildIR Introduction

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                  from OJ Utter Added 62 0 0

                  Webinar about the FLIR Building Reporter Software. *Special Note: the audio and video are slightly out of sync

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                  • Wireless Media

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                    from r. clayton Added 0 0 0

                    The varieties of wireless transmission media. Lecture based on section 2.3 of Tanenbaum and Wetherall.

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                    • TimeMap#3 - on the edge of time [Act II]

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                      from ole kristensen Added 1,565 27 0

                      This is the latest performance by recoil performance group, performed in Copenhagen in april 2009. What you see here is second act. First act will be uploaded shortly. The three dancers has worked from a base of true stories from past, present and future. They meet here in the court room in a battle with words - from taking orders to making them fly across the screens. Ole Kristensen and Jonas Jongejan created the videoscenography using motion tracking implemented in openFrameworks (see the video "Timemap software programming" for details - http://vimeo.com/3548185 ). Dancers: Laura Lohi, Anna Pehrsson, Kasper Ravnhøj. Light design: Michael Breiner and Søren Knud. Music: Pelle Skovmand Live writing and Dramatist: Gritt Uldall-Jessen Live Film Editing: Charlotte Munch Bengtsen Costumes: Mette Jehrbo Visuals and Software Programming: Ole Kristensen and Jonas Jongejan Choreography: Tina Tarpgaard

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