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simon.monk

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liuzengqiang

Cool! Very hard to see the message from the video. I start to suspect I am a robot or terminator.  ;)
Serial LCD keypad panel,phi_prompt user interface library,SDI-12 USB Adapter

simon.monk

Thanks Liudr, my camera would only allow slow shutter speed in what it called night vision mode. Hence its not the best quality!
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liuzengqiang

You should be able to capture it with regular camera setting?! I did it before. Not the best but better than slow shutter.
Serial LCD keypad panel,phi_prompt user interface library,SDI-12 USB Adapter

simon.monk


You should be able to capture it with regular camera setting?! I did it before. Not the best but better than slow shutter.


I did try, and while my camera is old and not very flexible it does seem to have a fairly fast shutter speed which left gaps in the message in normal mode.

I could probably get better photo results by spinning it faster and increasing the delay in the sketch. Or buy a better camera ;)

Anyway, you get the idea.
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jraskell


Cool! Very hard to see the message from the video. I start to suspect I am a robot or terminator.  ;)


I read it as 'EVIL GENIUS'.

simon.monk


I read it as 'EVIL GENIUS'.


.. and the prize goes to jraskell.

The G of Genius is I think white, RG and B LEDs on, so its rather bright and hard to see on the video. When viewed with the naked eye its a lot clearer and more evenly illuminated.

Actually, there isn't a prize ;)
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jraskell

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Actually, there isn't a prize


Typical Evil Genius response. ;)

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