Thursday, November 13, 2008

That IS interesting....

Someone who lost their eye is looking to regenerate the world she should see: through a camera.

Here is the link

6 Comments:

Blogger Halfie said...

Should there be a hyperlink?

12:19 PM  
Blogger Bottle said...

IS, image stabilisation, now available in many camera's.

I wonder if you are being clever.

12:57 PM  
Blogger Simon said...

I'm assuming she has sight in her other one, so it's a recording kind of thing rather than immediate use/decoding...

I've often thought a way of instantly waht I'm seeing would be great, but that's mainly because I'm all too aware of everyone's reactions when I produce a bloody great SLR (often the only option if low light etc).

I think there wome glasses with cameras built in, more or less as a toy... similarly small cameras to go on BMX kid's hemlets and the like.

Video would be pretty easy; there'd be space in there for a 2.4GHz wireless camera and small rechargeable power source; pictures could be recorded on a pocket gadget, I'm sure. Higher resultion still images would be easy enough if a module could be found small enough - should be easy with phone camera technology, but needs to be physically small... I've been meaning to build a cheap digital camera into a box with automatic trigger to do timelapse boat trip videos (or justr supply loads of pics to the canalplan site), but haven't done it yet, obviously...

3:48 PM  
Blogger Halfie said...

Link is now there. Thanks Bones!

9:17 PM  
Blogger Miss T said...

I like the idea of being able to 'reclaim' the sight in some way.

I understand the need to stop having an absence...

10:15 PM  
Blogger Miss T said...

Perhaps we should fit this to Billy:

http://www.mr-lee-catcam.de/cc_index_en.htm

10:16 PM  

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