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 Posted: Oct 28th, 2010 01:12 PM
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Hello everyone, I show you a sequence of five frames obtained in a CRT monitor + webcam
sarongs and advice are welcome:)


see you soon

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 Posted: Oct 28th, 2010 01:21 PM
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Hi Calo...
 I can see the face build up through the frames...
Very good work!
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 Posted: Oct 28th, 2010 03:31 PM
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hi lance, thanx for your opinion and visual analysis.


greetings calo.

Last edited on Oct 28th, 2010 03:33 PM by calo

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 Posted: Oct 29th, 2010 05:36 AM
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hi all:)
static image on LCD + webcam:

it is make in the morning with the sunlight of a beautiful day that shone across the monitor .. in this condition I played with the Contras and the various parameters of the color, focus / angle.... to get a static background with the image at the bottom then triples (see video) ...

it's this interesting?



Thanks for your interest calo.

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 Posted: Oct 30th, 2010 12:05 PM
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I see the faces very well

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 Posted: Nov 1st, 2010 02:14 PM
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hello Linda, thank you!
down another particular image:

 that 'a picture of the screen unfortunately the original it's' lost:bored:

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hello:smile:, in recent weeks I have got to try a canon sx130 CCD, zoom, manual focus, 30 frames / s
also picks up HD (relatively interesting thing for me) .... but the good thing that the analog video output RCA-type ..
.. pity that I have given back .. nice this camera..

.. the result it's the sequence of frames from which the face takes shape, the best frame in all its grandeur same elo
displayed on the CRT which improves the scene but / smooth the image (but I can just refer back to the photo because I do not like  not  displayed in full screen ...):


Mode:
-Environment = daylight from windows
Camera = Canon-sx130
parameters: 640 * 480 + shots with high contrast (preset)

TV = Sony Trinitron 29 "
parameters:
PI = max
CO = 0

see you soon:)

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Hi Calo,

I haven't been introduced to you formally yet, so welcome to the forum!

That being said, I am fascinated by the quality of these pictures, namely the last one. It is perhaps one of the best sample of video ITC in present day that I have seen. Also, when viewing at different angles, you have more faces, but at a minimum you have what could be considered to be 2 excellent captures of people using this method. And you say you had to give this camera back?? Definitely a shame!!

May I ask to highlight the second image that became most apparent to me when looking at this picture?

I highly recommend that you continue to work in ITC ( I suspect that you have been doing this for some time, and sharing on other forums), and would say that your work expresses quite excellent results.

Thanks,

Keith

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hi Keith, tanx for the welcome:)

I have not expressed good..(as usual ^ ^) the camera was a bug (pixel neutral) and 'I gave it back ... for a refund: (
see this video in fuul screen..

you're right, I hope to buy it soon .. : )

Thanks again for your consideration and for your visual analysis (I see about the same things you described)

Keith:May I ask to highlight the second image that became most apparent to me when looking at this picture?
more thanks for doing it out : ) ... I've done a lot speed test with that camera(lcdcrt)  .. and I certainly i am a confused :blushing:..
....the images was captured with lcd philips32pfl5403d12... and photographed the best frame according to this procedure:
The best frame displayed in the TV sony, with xbox360 (no full screen in crt 4:3 ..)
I adjusted the tv PI and CO, then photographed it (manual mode,angle, play whit focus, low iso, room ambient sunlight...)  ..go to this 3d for this and my old consideration,mode.. : Posted: Nov 4th, 2010 11:11 AM

edit: p.s. I do not disinformation... sorry:blush:


i continue, nice to meet you  : )  bye

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 Posted: Dec 3rd, 2011 02:16 AM
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Hello everyone, other images in sequence:







we read:smile: 


p.s.I will resize the frame for show the formation, Philips LCD TV camera canon sx130is (I bought back ^ ^)

edit:identified in the second frame the face in training, I replaced the frame with the one that shows.

Last edited on Dec 3rd, 2011 03:58 AM by calo

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 Posted: Dec 5th, 2011 05:44 AM
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Hi,

Thanks for sharing the video and pictures! Enjoyed them a lot.

Keith

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@Keith hi, it is a pleasure for me : ) ,  soon.

@Landmine the interesting: "it's focus" than the rest. Bye.

edit:Frame with many faces, stands a good vision of woman:

See you. : )

Last edited on Dec 6th, 2011 05:32 AM by calo

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Great work Calo..! Keep at it..
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 Posted: Dec 7th, 2011 05:07 AM
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Hi lance :), the only thing it's that I do not identify the faces :/ ... .

Other frame with many faces:


I used a Sony Trinitron TV small, I think something like 15 inches ..  the camera its 'the same, canon.
Under unusual  sequence,for me.. the frame are white?? (usually I do not have empty frames in the sequence):
There's link with a screen this time ... because it's very long:
edit:  >>>here<<<

soon :) .



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 Posted: Dec 10th, 2011 09:47 AM
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Hello everyone, for now I'm experimenting with this Sony Trinitron .. I see that the quality and fastest-selling is the most photo-realistic .. hopefully .. images:
Under a beautiful pair of eyes.




edit: Sequence of formation + photo best frame viewed in TV.


Last edited on Dec 10th, 2011 05:42 PM by calo

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 Posted: Dec 15th, 2011 02:07 AM
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hi, another image:

Same TV, same camera.
Cathode ray television picture whit sony hdr-XR550VE
bye.

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