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From: MikeH
Subject: Slow mo'
Date: 21 Jan 2001 07:13:52
Message: <3A6AC3B6.CD807781@aol.com>
It's a neat topic but it's hard to find any references.  I have a few
Edgerton photos from various magazines and that's it.  His work is
seemingly non-existent on the internet.  Anyone know where I can find
images or movies?  I have some ideas but don't know what they would
actually look like in slow motion.

-Mike


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From: Greg M  Johnson
Subject: Re: Slow mo'
Date: 6 Feb 2001 13:46:30
Message: <3A80452C.9D4A3A72@my-dejanews.com>
MikeH wrote:

> I have some ideas but don't know what they would
> actually look like in slow motion.

My ideas revolve around humor where an event is shown twice, once at
normal speed, then at slomo, where a whole lot more is shown that one
would not have expected to happen.


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From: Duncan Gray
Subject: Re: Slow mo'
Date: 7 Feb 2001 15:10:09
Message: <3a81aba1@news.povray.org>
MikeH wrote:
> It's a neat topic but it's hard to find any references.  I have a few
> Edgerton photos from various magazines and that's it.  His work is
> seemingly non-existent on the internet.  Anyone know where I can find
> images or movies?  I have some ideas but don't know what they would
> actually look like in slow motion.

Edgerton's 'home' on the net would appear to be one
<http://www.edgerton.org>, however,  the site contains few photo's and as
far as I could find, noting but a GIF anim.

Bitpress, at <http://www.bitpress.com/hs/index.html> have some downloadable
MOV files of fruit exploding (what is the facination in splattering food -
oh yeh, it's fun and messy)

The "High speed marshmallow collisions" at
<http://hiviz.com/GALLERY/galleries.htm> are great - now there's the job I
want - shooting marshmallows!

more pics at <http://courses.ncssm.edu/hsi/> - the obligitary food section,
plus bursting balloons, water splashes, stream collisions, but again all
stills.

Probably the nicest image I found on my travels:
<http://www.rit.edu/~andpph/splash-1.jpg> - classic picture, but nice.

Hope these links help.

(Like Greg M. Johnson, I'm planning on trying to produce something with a
little humor rather than a scientific type ANIM - more fun to create as well
as more fun to watch.)

Duncan Gray
(warning: may contain traces of nut)


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From: John VanSickle
Subject: Re: Slow mo'
Date: 9 Feb 2001 03:05:26
Message: <3A83A4CD.A7DFEF2F@hotmail.com>
MikeH wrote:
> 
> It's a neat topic but it's hard to find any references.

I'm using a different take on the idea than I've seen discussed so
far.

Regards,
John


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From: Litho Man
Subject: Re: Slow mo'
Date: 16 Feb 2001 03:40:11
Message: <3a8ce76b@news.povray.org>
I've been working with POVray for about three months so far, but haven't
tackled Animation (haven't even finished a 2d worth submitting actually),
but all of a sudden I have a killer concept for an animation.
I'd like to at least rough this thing out by April. I am getting quite
comfortable with the POVray environment, and am rendering the basic scene
elements ok. Any suggestions on where to start for anim?

ChrisH

MikeH <Ama### [at] aolcom> wrote in message
news:3A6AC3B6.CD807781@aol.com...
> It's a neat topic but it's hard to find any references.  I have a few
> Edgerton photos from various magazines and that's it.  His work is
> seemingly non-existent on the internet.  Anyone know where I can find
> images or movies?  I have some ideas but don't know what they would
> actually look like in slow motion.
>
> -Mike
>


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From: Ken
Subject: Re: Slow mo'
Date: 16 Feb 2001 08:18:26
Message: <3A8D28A8.BE41D8B0@pacbell.net>
Litho Man wrote:

> Any suggestions on where to start for anim?

Take a look at this tutorial - http://www.puzzlecraft.com/cm/ClockMod.html

-- 
Ken Tyler - 1400+ POV-Ray, Graphics, 3D Rendering, and Raytracing Links:
http://home.pacbell.net/tylereng/index.html http://www.povray.org/links/


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