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sábado, 25 de maio de 2013

Raspi a filmar! e mais Electrónica, e Texturas 3D, com Tutoriais

Grandes novidades da Designspark...
Já podem equipar a vossa Raspi com uma Câmara Vídeo! 
Por isso, vão ter uma Raspi, com Webcam...




 

Raspberry Pi Camera setup

Pete Wood

The camera module comprises of a sensor and lens and needs to get instructions from the Pi in order to act as a camera. It has a 5 megapixel sensor, is capable of taking 2592*1944 images and can record 1080p H.264 video at 30 frames per second, allowing Pi users to build video applications. The board plugs into the CSI socket on the Pi, using I²C for control.
How to set up the camera to work with your Raspberry Pi
Posted 13/05/2013:  We make every effort to keep these instructions upto date,  you can also find these instructions at http://www.raspberrypi.org/camera
http://designspark.com/knowledge-item/raspberry-pi-camera-setup


 






A Extreme Electrónics não pára, e agora, tem um Guia para vocês gravarem o vosso Mico-Processador PIC, e já agora, dêem uma vista de olhos pelo Site:


Installation of eXtreme Burner PIC is fairly straightforward. This step by step guide will help you install eXtreme Burner PIC easily. Please make sure the following points before proceeding.
  • Your PC is powered on and running either Windows XP, Windows Windows Vista or Windows 7.
  • You have logged into Windows using a user who has administrative rights.
Connect eXtreme Burner - PIC with your PC using the USB cable provided in the package. 










E acabamos, por hoje, com uma dica bacana do Blog da Sculpteo, se quizerem fazer algo como uma Chávena com textura de Casca de Àrvore, ou mais prosaicamente, um Modelo 3D duma casa ou lá do que seja, com Texturas realistas, há um novo serviço, Forme It, exactamente para encontrarem mil e uma Texturas.
Se forem a este Link do Blog da Sculpteo a tempo, ganham uma Textura Grátis:



Get a free model from Forme It, the new online repository for high quality file.

The number of online repositories for 3D files is exploding on the web. Especially when it comes to 3D printing, there has been a huge interest on building viable databases to directly print an object. While lots of marketplaces are based on crowdsourced content, Forme It, a new online repository, chose to build its service on high quality files only and is therefore producing its own content through high quality scans.

John Barlow, director of Forme It, sees his service as a way for designers to cut off time consuming tasks. By using 3D files from Forme It, designers can either directly apply a variety of textures to their design or they can re-work scanned forms without having to generate it entirely. On this particular issue, John Barlow, stated:
“By  helping  streamline the time spent modelling – while enhancing, not compromising, the level of detail – I believe Forme It will be a key part of the new and exciting 3D printing ecosystem that is expanding every day.”
The Forme It team also launched a Youtube Chanel. Its purpose is to host tutorials, where profesional modellers explain how to edit scanned models.



 




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