frauenfelder at March 19th, 2014 14:05 — #1
digitalartform at March 19th, 2014 14:22 — #2
Arduino. You life up my light.
eark_the_bunny at March 19th, 2014 14:45 — #3
The next thing you know the darn thing will be jumping around and squashing capital letters especially the captial I.
samsam at March 19th, 2014 15:01 — #4
To be clear, it's not just "a few servomotors and an Arduino" -- you can see that the Arduino is sending the data to a webserver, which is actually doing most of the hard work (video processing with OpenCV, etc.).
But still super cool! I loved the "useless machine" part of it at the end.
boundegar at March 19th, 2014 15:38 — #5
So... no matter where you move, it shines a light in your eyes?
mrtut at March 19th, 2014 15:39 — #6
hurfdurf at March 19th, 2014 17:09 — #7
wrecksdart at March 19th, 2014 17:21 — #8
Yeah, the first time a lamp in my house decides it 1) needs attention, or 2) overturns a decision I've made (e.g. turning itself back on after I've turned it off), well, let's just say it'll be time for target practice down at the 'ole range.
jonee_spaz at March 19th, 2014 18:14 — #9
"Ring. Ring". "Hold on, let me take this call. Hello. *. Well, yes. * Umm, guys, Pixar's lawyers are on the line".
technogeekagain at March 19th, 2014 21:31 — #10
Want. Even if it isn't a real Luxo.
(People forget just how impressive Luxo, Jr. was at the time. Few computer graphic demos told stories, and few had this much realism; Pixar not only had a better-than-average rendering engine but had people who cleverly created "characters" that fit nicely within its limitations.)
riffraff at March 20th, 2014 13:33 — #11
Cute. But I'm already struggling with two kittens who exhibit the same obnoxious behavior ... I suppose you could use the lamp to distract them.
frauenfelder at March 24th, 2014 14:05 — #12
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