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Techbrick LEGO Photos:  Jan 27, 2007
DE Diamond FVC, FLL, & JFLL Tournament at the University of Delaware

12: A time lapse sequence of the Delaware Diamond Robotics Tournament:  Approximately 12 hours compressed into 3.5 minutes.

 

 

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A time lapse sequence of the Delaware Diamond Robotics Tournament:  Approximately 12 hours and 5399 images compressed into 3.5 minutes.

To download the movie right click on the link below and choose 'Save Target As..' to save the zip file to your local computer. Unzip and watch with Windows Media Player.  Enjoy!  Please forward questions or comments to Marco Ciavolino ([email protected]).

Right Click Here and Choose 'Save Target As...' to download TechBrickDE070127.zip

Technical Notes:

This video was shot with a Nikon D70S with computer control and external power. The camera was controlled by a laptop with an external 120GB drive for capture. The tripod was securely taped to the floor and railing to ensure that it was not moved.

A hi-res JPG frame was shot every 7 seconds for approximately 12 hours. The images were processed in Photoshop, reduced to 640x426 then placed on a canvas of 740x480 with a black background to keep the full image in the safe area for DVDs. Each of the 5399 photos was set to a length of 1 frame in Adobe Premier and then rendered at 30 frames per second to WMV.

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