2012-09-21 – Cape Lookout Panoramas

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Allison and myself went up the lighthouse on the 21st. A great trip. I took a series of pictures and stitched them together into panoramas. Most were stitched from 10-20 pictures. Used huggin to stitch them together. Great software. They are in link form (as thumbnails don’t give them justice). You will want to zoom in with your browser.

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You will probably want to right click the links and open them in a new tab or window.

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Harkers Island, NC to Pax River (Lexington Park), MD Time Lapse

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Here’s the time lapse from Harkers Island, NC to Lexington Park, MD. Was a drive up for work.

Created with a cheap webcam (moved up to a cheap HP webcam) connected to a MacBook running Gawker. The mount consisted of a wooden spoon held to the rearview mirror using a clamp and zip-ties.

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2010-05-06 Time Lapse of Sunset at Shell Point

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Was taken with a Canon Digital Rebel with a programmable trigger, mounted on a tripod. Individual frames then combined in Quicktime.

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2010-02-12 Time Lapse of Snow Fall.

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Time Lapse video from Dayton, OH to Harkers Island NC.

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Time lapse video taken from Dayton, Ohio to Harkers Island, North Carolina. Less than 30 mins total about 12 hours drive time. The sun rises about four minutes into the video (if the night is unbearable, fast forward 4:00). You can see it set about 15 minutes later. A whole day of driving compressed into less than 20 minutes.

The route was out of Ohio, through West Virginia, Virginia, than through NC. A large portion of it was though the Appalachian Mountains. If you look carefully at the video you can see it starting to sleet, then snow for a period.

Click “The Read the Rest of the Entry” to see.

 

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Created with a cheap webcam (Dynex┬« – 1.3MP Webcam) connected to a MacBook running Gawker. Created two iterations of custom mounts. The first was created out of PVC with holes cut so the head rest of the car’s seat could pass though it. The second was a wooden spoon held to the rearview mirror using a clamp and zip-ties.

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