Tuesday, 15 October 2013

The Pi NoIR: inexpensive nocturnal wildlife video

A further quick camera-related post. Andrew Back, an enthusiast for open hardware, has been using a Raspberry Pi (the tiny cheap computer) with an unfiltered CMOS imaging chip to shoot night-time wildlife. In this case it's, so far, mostly slugs and bugs caught using time-lapse photography.

See all the gory detail on the Design Spark blog.

30 October: Andrew continues posting his results on the Design Spark blog. Here's a time-lapse movie of the landscape near Hebden Bridge.

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