NOTE: For anyone still following this blog, please note this has been moved to http://parallellagram.org/. I will seldom be posting reminders here, will not be updating content here, and will be pasting no further content.
I have added a new post regarding my camera controller here: http://parallellagram.org/robotic-camera-platform-proto1.
Last post, I looked at what we could do on my old Nikon D60 DSLR connected to the Parallella using both Ubuntu and ArchLinux. This time, I will see what extended options there are on a newer DSLR, in this case the Nikon D7000. Continue reading
Here is a quick guide on controlling a camera from Linux. I first messed around with this in early 2011. Without (yet) a means to move/position the camera, I have found little use for it – but perhaps you may find it useful. Continue reading
As posted here, I am planning to use the Parallella as the main processor for my robotic camera platform. This is something I started thinking about 3 or so years back. It is just something to do with my hobbies, which combines my love of photography and robotics – it need not be inherently useful in and of itself, but who knows where it will lead. Continue reading