Monthly Archive: June 2014

Is it impossible to get views on Youtube anymore?

Is it impossible to get views on Youtube anymore?

Last week I was at Seattle’s Fremont Solstice Parade (including naked bike ride) and the affiliated Honk! Fest West. (Some photos in the Flickr viewer are NSFW.) I posted still photos on Flickr, each of which has had thousands of views. In fact, in the past few days, I’ve accumulated about 100,000 photo views, mostly for the Solstice Parade, and...

Recommend using Side-by-Side 3D for Youtube uploads

Recommend using Side-by-Side 3D for Youtube uploads

This past week I mastered several video clips taken at Seattle’s Fremont Solstice Parade and Honk! Fest West – all in 3D, most of them shot using a Sony TD10 3D camcorder. When I watched them on Youtube they looked basically like over compressed crap. It did not seem to be matter if I used Sony Vegas or Magix Movie...

How to file comments on FAA proposal to ban FPV model aircraft

How to file comments on FAA proposal to ban FPV model aircraft

See FAA proposes ban on First-Person View (FPV) model aircraft operation Then, file your comments on the proposed regulation by going to: Regulations.gov – Rule Document. Then click on the Comment Now button in the upper right. Your comments become part of the public record which the FAA must consider in implementing its proposed rule interpretation or rule making procedure.

Google Introduces the Cardboard 3D viewer app

Google Introduces the Cardboard 3D viewer app

Seriously, this actually works. It’s just a simple cardboard (literally) viewer that matches up with left/right images on your smart phone screen, for viewing stereoscopic 3D photos on your phone: Cardboard Android App in the Google Play Store.

Experimental version of FireFox adds 3D video and VR support

Experimental version of FireFox adds 3D video and VR support

Adds 3D support for use with virtual reality output devices: First Steps for VR on the Web – Vladimir Vukićević.

Google plans 3D support for future smart phones and tablets

Google plans 3D support for future smart phones and tablets

3D sensing and presumably some sort of 3D visual representation as well: Google looks into a future with 3D tablets, interactive animation – Computerworld.

Youtube rolling out 48 and 60 frame per second support

Youtube rolling out 48 and 60 frame per second support

YouTube in up to 60 frames per second – YouTube. Its supported for a few videos now but support is supposed to be coming for everyone over the next few months.