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Archive for February, 2014

LED Cyr Wheel Pattern Editor

I’m still working on my LED cyr wheel. I’m creating a desktop application to edit patterns, and eventually simulate POV (persistence of vision). For now, it just runs the pattern in a mock-display. I simply re-wrote the LED graphics C++ class (AdaFruit_NeoPixel.h) that forwards to an associated NSView subclass on OS X. I did a lot of work on the code while in India, and had no way to test the hardware, so it was essential that I create a simple simulator. This also allows me to *way* more easily debug issues. I also created a wrapper for the “SD”... [read more]

Photography: Taj 2

Taj 2 Not as nice as light as the last picture (which was taken later, closer to sunset). But still interesting.

Photography: India: Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal I took a three week vacation to see India and visit my girlfriend, Costanza. She does PhD research work in Assam, a north east part of India. The Taj Mahal in Agra is amazing, and was one of my favorite things to see in India. This picture is an HDR from 5 exposures using my Canon 5D Mark III. I sort of wish the tree wasn’t in the picture, and in hindsight I should have been more centered. However, the off-centered ness adds a unique vantage point from the typical head-on shot you see of the building.

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