Mobilephone Unit Pictures Archive (MUPA)

By: izhal abdul halin

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Sunday, 23-Apr-2006 16:55 Email | Share | | Bookmark
MUPA: Panning with Mobile Phones

I did an entry on panning using MUPA once. It wasnt that good back then because it was purely experimental... You could have a look by clicking on the link below...

http://izhals.fotopages.com/?entry=716862&back=http://izhals.fotopages.com/?page=1#CommentsTop

I think I'm getting better at it now. With a mobile phone, you need just the right amount of light and camera settings... Its easy to pan with mobile phone cameras because they are light...

ENJOY!!!


Not just cars, I also pan my family members


Dont they look like they're racing to pose for MUPA MAN???


Negative picture effect...


Rotated, reflected, positive and negative representation

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Wednesday, 19-Apr-2006 19:23 Email | Share | | Bookmark
MUPA snaps another camera

Hello...

Remember the 3D images in my previous entry? I'd like to show you what the camera that took those images looked like once packaged... Its still under research so dont expect any fancy, slim body... The pictures of the TOF camera were taken using my MUPA under very intense lighting to highlight only the subjects... Which of the three pictures do you prefer? I'm trying to select one to be put inside the catalog for this camera



TOF Camera...


TOF Camera and Laptop for viewing 3D images...


another view...
ENJOY!!!

dont forget my blog

http://izhal.blogspot.com/

thank you...


Monday, 17-Apr-2006 02:35 Email | Share | | Bookmark
TRUE DEPTH OF FIELD

 
 
 
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IMAGES THIS TIME ARE NOT CAPTURED USING MUPA

Depth of Field (DOF) is a term used by photographers to explain distance resolution of a lens used. With an infinite DOF, all images produced look sharp. No bokeh (japanese for blurring, if i'm not mistaken) is observed in a picture... However, DOF in conventional cameras do not give a 3rd dimensional feeling of the scene...

Range images are images that contain distance information of objects from the camera/sensor or in other words, a real 3D DOF is embedded within the image. With real DOF information, 3D snap shot SLRs are possible in the near future. It took me 2 years to develop the sensor for this Time-of-Flight (TOF) range image camera along with others in my group.

To date, the best range and 3D images are produced by laser triangulation but is not suitable for consumer cameras because a time consuming laser scanning method must be used. TOF using a pulsing infrared light is more suitable...

Here are some samples of range images. The scene is composed of 3 cute little stuffed penguins and behind them 3 cardboard boxes...

ENJOY!!!


my sensor...
QVGA CMOS sensor array...


black and white image (no color filters to get color images)...
Bar to the left corresponds to signal intensity in voltage...
Lighting 1mW/m^2 active illuminated 870nm LED...
F1.8


range image captured...
Bar to the left corresponds to object distance (in meters) from the camera...
Lighting 1mW/m^2 active illuminated 870nm LED...
F1.8


warping of range and gray scale image produces real time 3D images...
Lighting 1mW/m^2 active illuminated 870nm LED...
F1.8

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Wednesday, 12-Apr-2006 00:12 Email | Share | | Bookmark
MUPA and Reflection

Hello,

To get a good relection, one must shoot at a very small angle from the normal or surface of reflection. When the angle is small, light due to reflection is dominant than refraction. OK thats enough, I dont want to get into sine, cosine and tangent...

the last image you see has nothing to do with reflection... I consider my self lucky being able to MUPA SNAP that picture...

Just to show you how I present reflection of objects... Hopefully you like it...

dont forget

http://izhal.blogspot.com/

ENJOY!!!

p/s-do reflect on ourselves especially during Maulidul Rasul







Saturday, 8-Apr-2006 18:11 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Hamamatsu Jo, here comes MUPA!!!

Setelah tidak berpuas hati dengan gambar istana dalam 2 entry yang lepas, kami sekeluarga pergi balik ke lokasi untuk reshoot...

Untuk makluman semua yang melawat entry sebelum ini, Gallardo itu hanyalah sebuah permainan radio kawalan jauh...

1. Kelopak bunga sakura yang sudah mula gugur,di perkarangan flat kami...
2. Bunga di perkarangan istana...
3. Bunga lain di perkarangan istana...
4. Hamamatsu-Jo... 2 atas setting sunny, 2 bawah setting tungsten
5. Puan Fara menggunakan MUPA...
6. Pembalikan sekeping gambar 4 kali...








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