EX3 ROLLING SHUTTER : ROLLING SHUTTER


Ex3 Rolling Shutter : Baby Crib Canopies



Ex3 Rolling Shutter





ex3 rolling shutter






    rolling shutter
  • Rolling shutter (also known as line scan) is a method of image acquisition in which each frame is recorded not from a snapshot of a single point in time, but rather by scanning across the frame either vertically or horizontally.

  • A way to control the timing of a image sensor frequently used in consumer CMOS image sensors. The exposure (integration) time is controlled by a slit aperture that scans over the pixel array.

  • The term 'Rolling Shutter' only refers to CMOS sensor technology. In a “rolling shutter” sensor the start and end of exposure on each row or column or individual pixel happens sequentially and it typically takes a time equal to 1/frame rate for all of the pixels on the sensor to become active.











ex3 rolling shutter - Wallmonkeys Peel




Wallmonkeys Peel and Stick Wall Decals - Shutter - 24"W x 24"H Removable Graphic


Wallmonkeys Peel and Stick Wall Decals - Shutter - 24"W x 24"H Removable Graphic



WallMonkeys wall graphics are printed on the highest quality re-positionable, self-adhesive fabric paper. Each order is printed in-house and on-demand. WallMonkeys uses premium materials & state-of-the-art production technologies. Our white fabric material is superior to vinyl decals. You can literally see and feel the difference. Our wall graphics apply in minutes and won't damage your paint or leave any mess. PLEASE double check the size of the image you are ordering prior to clicking the 'ADD TO CART' button. Our graphics are offered in a variety of sizes and prices.
WallMonkeys are intended for indoor use only.
Printed on-demand in the United States Your order will ship within 3 business days, often sooner. Some orders require the full 3 days to allow dark colors and inks to fully dry prior to shipping. Quality is worth waiting an extra day for!
Removable and will not leave a mark on your walls.
'Fotolia' trademark will be removed when printed.
Our catalog of over 10 million images is perfect for virtually any use: school projects, trade shows, teachers classrooms, colleges, nurseries, college dorms, event planners, and corporations of all size.










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Extreme Rolling Shutter Artefact




Extreme Rolling Shutter Artefact





A goods train going past the station. The "rolling shutter artefact" is caused by the shutter in my mobile phone camera not opening and closing like an old mechanical shutter, but scanning the scene from top to bottom - so if the scene is moving, you get this effect. The train behind shows the 'true' vertical. You could now use the shutter speed to work out the speed of the train, in theory.











Rolling Shutter Experiment




Rolling Shutter Experiment





Played around a bit more with my "rolling shutter" experiment from the other day. Thought I'd upload an example of my first experiments. Hopefully, I'll be improving the technique. Regardless, it was a lot of fun trying it out.

Some heavy handed processing to make this look half way presentable.









ex3 rolling shutter







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FAUX WOOD PLANTATION BLINDS - PLANTATION BLINDS


FAUX WOOD PLANTATION BLINDS - REMOTE SHUTTER RELEASE CANON 5D.



Faux Wood Plantation Blinds





faux wood plantation blinds






    plantation
  • An estate on which crops such as coffee, sugar, and tobacco are cultivated by resident labor

  • A colony

  • an estate where cash crops are grown on a large scale (especially in tropical areas)

  • grove: garden consisting of a small cultivated wood without undergrowth

  • An area in which trees have been planted, esp. for commercial purposes

  • a newly established colony (especially in the colonization of North America); "the practice of sending convicted criminals to serve on the Plantations was common in the 17th century"





    faux wood
  • Alternative wood composite. These blinds will not fade, warp or crack in high humidity or high temperature areas. Ideal for kitchens and bathrooms.

  • starting with Faux, this the French word for Fake. When used in conjunction with manufacturing objects or materials out of wood, a faux wood product would result in an imitation wood material item that resembles as close as possible to its original.





    blinds
  • A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.

  • The blinds are forced bets posted by players to the left of the dealer button in flop-style poker games. The number of blinds is usually two, but can be one or three.

  • Deprive (someone) of understanding, judgment, or perception

  • window coverings, especially vertical blinds, wood blinds, roller blinds, pleated blinds

  • Cause (someone) to be unable to see, permanently or temporarily

  • Confuse or overawe someone with something difficult to understand











faux wood plantation blinds - Disney Couture




Disney Couture Pinocchio Faux Wood Texture Bracelet with Quote Silver Oxidized


Disney Couture Pinocchio Faux Wood Texture Bracelet with Quote Silver Oxidized



The Disney Couture Pinocchio Faux Wood Texture Bracelet features a smooth style and an inspirational quote. The unique oxidized silver bracelet is accented with dark-stressed lines to mimic the bark of a tree with two knotholes, each filled with a sparkling crystal stone. The inside of the bracelet is engraved with the "When you wish upon a star your dreams come true" quote from the classic Disney movie. The textured design of this bracelet will accent casual attire, and the bracelet is open at the back for easy on/off.










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Plantation Office




Plantation Office





Plantation office from the Cottonwood Plantation











Plantation Bay, Mactan, Cebu




Plantation Bay, Mactan, Cebu





Plantation Bay, Mactan, Cebu. Summer 2008









faux wood plantation blinds







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HANGING CANOPIES FOR BEDS. FOR BEDS


Hanging Canopies For Beds. Canon 50d Remote Shutter Release. Roman Shade Tape.



Hanging Canopies For Beds





hanging canopies for beds






    canopies
  • Cover or provide with a canopy

  • (canopy) the transparent covering of an aircraft cockpit

  • (canopy) the umbrellalike part of a parachute that fills with air

  • (canopy) cover with a canopy





    hanging
  • a form of capital punishment; victim is suspended by the neck from a gallows or gibbet until dead; "in those days the hanging of criminals was a public entertainment"

  • Situated or designed so as to appear to hang down

  • decoration that is hung (as a tapestry) on a wall or over a window; "the cold castle walls were covered with hangings"

  • suspension: the act of suspending something (hanging it from above so it moves freely); "there was a small ceremony for the hanging of the portrait"

  • Suspended in the air





    beds
  • A place or article used by a person or animal for sleep or rest

  • (bed) furnish with a bed; "The inn keeper could bed all the new arrivals"

  • (bed) a plot of ground in which plants are growing; "the gardener planted a bed of roses"

  • (bed) a piece of furniture that provides a place to sleep; "he sat on the edge of the bed"; "the room had only a bed and chair"

  • The time for sleeping

  • A piece of furniture for sleep or rest, typically a framework with a mattress and coverings











10:365




10:365





I was inspired by a bed canopy that I saw at Ikea. Not wanting to invest in one, I came home and made a canopy for Kaeleigh's bed. The tricky part has been convincing her she doesn't need to hang on it.











taj under canopy with window




taj under canopy with window





The bed made up and the canopy hanging above it. The "window" there faces generally east. This year we faced that to a row of trees, and hung the canopy for midday and afternoon shade.









hanging canopies for beds







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MADE TO ORDER WOOD BLINDS. ORDER WOOD BLINDS


Made To Order Wood Blinds. Coleman Bag Awning. Drapery Fabric By The Yard.



Made To Order Wood Blinds





made to order wood blinds






    wood blinds
  • Made from various types of wood, these are popular horizontal blinds.

  • UpAvailable with 2" or 1" slats wood blinds are the perfect alternative to shutters. Made from basswood or ramin wood they are among the most beautiful and enduring window treatments available today. They are also very good natural insulators.

  • We offer Basswood Blinds in 2” or 2 ?” slats that run horizontally. Real Wood Blinds can be painted or stained. Sometimes referred to as Plantation Blinds.





    to order
  • to specification; "he had the shoes made to order"

  • If you find anything of interest on any of our lists you will need to check that it is still in stock. To do this you will need to:

  • Click here or call Coach Andrew Shanks at 757.636.8055





    made
  • produced by a manufacturing process; "bought some made goods at the local store; rope and nails"

  • (of a bed) having the sheets and blankets set in order; "a neatly made bed"

  • Made or formed in a particular place or by a particular process

  • successful or assured of success; "now I am a made man forever"- Christopher Marlowe











St. Mary's Protestant Episcopal Church , Parish House, and Sunday School




St. Mary's Protestant Episcopal Church , Parish House, and Sunday School





Manhattanville, Manhattan

St. Mary's Protestant Episcopal Church in Manhattanville has been in continuous service for almost 175 years on its original site. In 1823, the village founders solicited the Rev. William Richmond, rector of St. Michael's in Bloomingdale, who had been conducting services in a mission school in Manhattanville for three years, to help them organize this parish and a free school. A white wood frame church building with a steeple was constructed in 1824-26 facing Lawrence Street (today West 126th Street). Several generations of Manhattanville's founding families have worshipped at St. Mary's including Jacob Schieffelin, who laid out the village's roads, and his wife Hanna Lawrence, whose surname marked the street on which they donated the land to erect the first church building. In 1831, in deference to the poor constituents of its parish, St. Mary's abolished pew rentals, becoming the first "free pew" Protestant Episcopal church in the city.

The parish house, when erected as a parsonage in 1851, housed the village's first resident clergyman.

In 1890, St. Mary's commissioned a Sunday school building, now located at the rear of the church, by architect George Keister. In 1908-09, the frame church was replaced by the present English Gothic-style brick church designed by Theodore E. Blake with the prestigious Carrere & Hastings firm. Despite the urbanization of the surrounding area, St. Mary's complex of church, Sunday school, and white frame parish house surrounding a garden evokes the early days of the village of Manhattanville.

History of Manhattanville

A dormant geological fault line, perhaps assisted by an ancient channel of the Hudson River, probably forged the ravine that came to contain the village of Manhattanville. The first non-native settlement began around the mid-seventeenth-century as some Dutch villagers of Nieuw Haerlem made their way west across the island to this outlying valley they called Moertje David's Fly. Probably first used as pasture lots, the meadows sloped between the rim of Joachim Pieter's Hills (at today's West 134th St.) to the north and the steeper southern cliffs, spliced by a rustic path (today's St. Nicholas Ave.) that branched northwest off the Indian trail to Spuyten Duyvil, past the Bloomingdale road toward the Harlem Cove. It was along these southern hills in 1712 (after the English capture of Manhattan in 1664) that seven lots among New Harlem's first division of lands were delineated as farm properties.

During the Revolutionary War period, the valley facilitated George Washington's retreat from the British on Long Island towards his headquarters at the Roger Morris House (Morris-Jumel Mansion, 1775, a designated New York City Landmark, West 160th Street and Edgecombe Avenue). The general induced the British to advance into the "Hollow Way," as the valley was then known, whereupon his own American troops drove them back, defeating them in the bloody Battle of Harlem Heights in a nearby buckwheat field just to the south (where Barnard College now stands) on September 16, 1776.

During the War of 1812, the anticipation of British attacks resulted in the construction of a series of fortifications that, in the Manhattanville area, included Block House No. 4, on the present-day southeaatern corner of West 123rd Street at Amsterdam Avenue, on the rocky outcrop of what is now Morningside Park's northern end, and the Manhattanville Pass (or Barrier Gate), a military checkpoint that straddled the Bloomingdale Road at present-day Broadway and West 123rd Street and which was commanded by Fort Laight at present-day Broadway and West 124th Street.

In approximately 1806 city surveyor Adolphus Loss surveyed parcels of land and laid out streets. Some local landowners described Manhattanville as a developing village in the New York City's Ninth Ward. Building lots were being advertised for sale "principally to tradesmen" in this enclave that already boasted a "handsome wharf," "convenient Academy," and an "excellent school." At this time the Corporation of the Common Council was laying out "wide and open" streets from the East River to the Hudson, where 300-ton vessels might lie in safety in the Cove. Already underway were a two-story frame "house of entertainment," a new marketplace, a daily inexpensive stage line as well as boat service commuting the eight miles between the city and village, and a ferry service to New Jersey.

Most residents of Manhattanville were tenant farmers or factory workers, and the village bustled with the trade and traffic of several small industries that would eventually include the D.F. Tiemann color works, a worsted mill, and the Yuengling Brewery.

Throughout the 1800s, Manhattanville's population increased and changed demographically. In 1823, about fifteen dwellings dotted the valley, which was populated mostly by poor British- and Dutc











The Bloody Angle - Gettysburg National Battlefield - Gettysburg, Pennsylvania




The Bloody Angle - Gettysburg National Battlefield - Gettysburg, Pennsylvania





Pickett's Charge was an infantry assault ordered by Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee against Maj. Gen. George G. Meade's Union positions on Cemetery Ridge on July 3, 1863, the last day of the Battle of Gettysburg during the American Civil War. Its futility was predicted by the charge's commander, Lt. Gen. James Longstreet, and it was arguably an avoidable mistake from which the Southern war effort never fully recovered psychologically. The farthest point reached by the attack has been referred to as the high-water mark of the Confederacy.
The charge is named after Maj. Gen. George Pickett, one of three Confederate generals who led the assault under Longstreet.
After Confederate attacks on both Union flanks had failed the day and night before, Lee was determined to strike the Union center on the third day. On the night of July 2, General Meade correctly predicted at a council of war that Lee would try an attack on his lines in the center the following morning.
The infantry assault was preceded by a massive artillery bombardment that was meant to soften up the Union defense and silence its artillery, but it was largely ineffective. Approximately 12,500 men in nine infantry brigades advanced over open fields for three-quarters of a mile under heavy Union artillery and rifle fire. Although some Confederates were able to breach the low stone wall that shielded many of the Union defenders, they could not maintain their hold and were repulsed with over 50% casualties, a decisive defeat that ended the three-day battle and Lee's campaign into Pennsylvania.[1] Years later, when asked why his charge at Gettysburg failed, General Pickett replied: "I've always thought the Yankees had something to do with it."[2]
Plans and command structures
Pickett's charge was planned for three Confederate divisions, commanded by Maj. Gen. George Pickett, Brig. Gen. J. Johnston Pettigrew, and Maj. Gen. Isaac R. Trimble, consisting of troops from Lt. Gen. James Longstreet's First Corps and Lt. Gen. A.P. Hill's Third Corps. Pettigrew commanded brigades from Maj. Gen. Henry Heth's old division, under Col. Birkett D. Fry (Archer's Brigade), Col. James K. Marshall (Pettigrew's Brigade), Brig. Gen. Joseph R. Davis, and Col. John M. Brockenbrough. Trimble, commanding Maj. Gen. Dorsey Pender's division, had the brigades of Brig. Gens. Alfred M. Scales (temporarily commanded by Col. William Lee J. Lowrance) and James H. Lane. Two brigades from Maj. Gen. Richard H. Anderson's division (Hill's Corps) were to support the attack on the right flank: Brig. Gen. Cadmus M. Wilcox and Col. David Lang (Perry's brigade).[3]
The target of the Confederate assault was the center of the Union Army of the Potomac's II Corps, commanded by Maj. Gen. Winfield S. Hancock. Directly in the center was the division of Brig. Gen. John Gibbon with the brigades of Brig. Gen. William Harrow, Col. Norman J. Hall, and Brig. Gen. Alexander S. Webb. (On the night of July 2, General Meade correctly predicted to Gibbon at a council of war that Lee would try an attack on Gibbon's sector the following morning.)[4] To the north of this position were brigades from the division of Brig. Gen. Alexander Hays, and to the south was Maj. Gen. Abner Doubleday's division of the I Corps, including the 2nd Vermont Brigade of Brig. Gen. George J. Stannard and the 121st Pennsylvania under the command of Col. Chapman Biddle. General Meade's headquarters were just behind the II Corps line, in the small house owned by the widow Lydia Leister.[3]
The specific objective of the assault has been the source of historical controversy. Traditionally, the "copse of trees" on Cemetery Ridge has been cited as the visual landmark for the attacking force. Historical treatments such as the 1993 film Gettysburg continue to popularize this view, which originated in the work of Gettysburg Battlefield historian John B. Bachelder in the 1880s. However, recent scholarship, including published works by some Gettysburg National Military Park historians, has suggested that Lee's goal was actually Ziegler's Grove on Cemetery Hill, a more prominent and highly visible grouping of trees about 300 yards (274 m) north of the copse. The much-debated theory suggests that Lee's general plan for the second-day attacks (the seizure of Cemetery Hill) had not changed on the third day, and the attacks on July 3 were also aimed at securing the hill and the network of roads it commanded. The copse of trees, currently a prominent landmark, was under ten feet (3 m) high in 1863, only visible to a portion of the attacking columns from certain parts of the battlefield.[5]
From the beginning of the planning, things went awry for the Confederates. While Pickett's division had not been used yet at Gettysburg, A.P. Hill's health became an issue and he did not participate in selecting which of his troops were to be used for the charge. Some of Hill's corps had fought lightly on July 1 and not at all on July 2. However, troop









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MOTORIZED SOLAR SHADES. SOLAR SHADES


Motorized Solar Shades. Tulle Canopies



Motorized Solar Shades





motorized solar shades






    solar shades
  • (Solar shade) A space sunshade or sunshield can be described as analogous to a parasol that s or otherwise reduces some of a star's rays, preventing them from hitting a planet and thereby reducing its insolation, which results in less heating of the planet.

  • Solar radiation management (SRM) projects are a type of geoengineering which seek to reflect sunlight and thus reduce global warming. They do not reduce greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere, and thus do not address problems such as ocean acidification caused by these gases.





    motorized
  • Equip (a vehicle or device) with a motor to operate or propel it

  • equipped with a motor or motors; "a motorized wheelchair"

  • Equip (troops) with motor transportation

  • mechanized: using vehicles; "motorized warfare"

  • (motorize) To fit something with a motor; To supply something or someone with motor vehicles; To supply armoured vehicles; to mechanize











Papago Gateway, Arizona




Papago Gateway, Arizona





A major design feature of the building is the double skin louver system that wraps the building on the east, south and west, providing substantial motorized solar shades and ventilation in an environment where shade is highly needed, whilst reducing glare. The client's models demonstrate that air conditioning cooling loads are expected to be reduced by up to 21%.

Along with the Architect, Luis Huertas of Smith Group, Colt designed and supplied this motorized shades and ventilation louvers, which measures almost 50,000 sqft (5,000 m2) in total. Colt built a mock up in its factory for functional and daylight tests prior to client approval.











Papago Gateway night shot, Arizona




Papago Gateway night shot, Arizona





A major design feature is the double skin louver system that wraps the building on the east, south and west, providing substantial motorized solar shades and ventilation in an environment where shade is highly needed, whilst reducing glare. The client's models demonstrate that air conditioning cooling loads are expected to be reduced by up to 21%.

Along with the Architect, Luis Huertas of Smith Group, Colt designed and supplied this motorized shades and ventilation louvers, which measures almost 50,000 sqft (5,000 m2) in total. Colt built a mock up in its factory for functional and daylight tests prior to client approval.









motorized solar shades







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