02/05/2018 at 13:19 •
"The Anvil" my rendition of an old but very useful tool...
These R 2 more components in my Raman spectrometer but I decided to get a little "artsy" with it. On the left is, a Holographic diffraction grating 25 x 25 x 6mm mounted on my design (the color's are an actual spectrum from a chemical dye called "Rhodamine b,") imaged from my spectrometer.
On the right is a silver reflective mirror, 50 x 50 x 3.5mm mounted on my design also.
The sound of 1 bolt clapping...
Some Abstract art...Done in Blender 2.79
ISO-4762 HEX Bolt metric (used for the Raman Probe project)
Final Conceptual assembly image for the Raman Probe v47
Raman Probe New Render Image
"2 Donuts & Coffee" this is my 1st full scene render in Blender 2.79, thanks to the tutorial video series from Andrew P Price@andrewpprice the blender guru:
It took me about 4 days to complete the video tutorial but it was worth it, it taught me so much more in depth working knowledge about Blender I never would have realized without it, anyway's this is my interpretation of "Coffee & Donuts" for breakfast.
Working with lightning
The two images below were rendered in Photoshop
Rendered in Photoshop
Interstellar Black Hole
These are images processed using Blender 2.79 and rendered using Luxrender 1.6.0
I just thought this Japanese lamp model was very beautiful and decided to do my own rendered interpretation of it.
09/24/2017 at 22:33 •
This is my second installment on using PLX-DAQ as an easy method of sending data from an Arduino or any AVR related MCU to Excel. Here I will be showing you how to process the data into a graphical chart for plotting it’s values…the easy way
06/19/2017 at 14:42 •
I have Excel 2016 and Windows 10, two powerful platforms in my humble opinion, well thanks to an individual named Net^Devil over at the Arduino forums, he has a very clever program that I think perhaps has in large part solved a problem for me.