Lab Equipment Pictures

lab equipment pictures
    lab equipment
  • Two cheap microscopes, an expensive broken one, a box with rulers and pencils {donated by the "Lost-Found-But-Never-Asked-For" section of the school}, unlabelled tubes containing green, blue and orange bubbling liquids, dirty kitchen knives, a slide-projector, a blackboard and a locked closet
  • Form a mental image of
  • (picture) a visual representation (of an object or scene or person or abstraction) produced on a surface; "they showed us the pictures of their wedding"; "a movie is a series of images projected so rapidly that the eye integrates them"
  • Represent (someone or something) in a photograph or picture
  • (pictural) pictorial: pertaining to or consisting of pictures; "pictorial perspective"; "pictorial records"
  • (picture) visualize: imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind; "I can't see him on horseback!"; "I can see what will happen"; "I can see a risk in this strategy"
  • Describe (someone or something) in a certain way

lab equipment
lab equipment
For the technical side (how-to): you will need: - doom 3 (duh!) - irfan view (free) - anamaker (free) - anaglyphic glasses (very cheap, see your optician for the cheapes cardboard models) For a phototour i recommend fiddling with your console (when fiddling with your console you can MESS THINGS UP - so do some reading on how to back up your config files!!!). open up the console: CTRL+ALT+^ enter: GOD (so you cannot die) NOCLIP (for flying and passing through walls for nice perspectives) NOTARGET (so monsters will stay lurking in the dark instead of attacking you) you do not want your guns and HUD in the screenshot, so what I did (alternatives are possible): enter: bind F11 "set ui_showGun 0; set g_showHud 0; screenshot" (this will hide weapons and HUD from your screen and make a screenshot) then type: bind F12 "set g_showHud 1; set ui_showGun 1" now you will take "clean" screenshots using F11, if you wanna proceed playing/killing, press F12. SHOOTING PICS: find a nice perspective. Start "left", take screenshot using F11, then slightly strafe right and take next screenshot(s). The closer the object, the less strafing you should do in between shots (just "tap" your "strafe right" key). Take loads of shots. When taking pics of Monsters, take even more and try to sync it with the movement (its tricky), for example the moment when the Zombie looks to its right or the monster flicks its tongue. There is also a "freeze" command in the console but I have not tried it yet - would be cool though for action shots! Note that Godmode and Noclip has to be reentered at the beginning of a new level. Screenshots will be saved to (standard setting) C:\programs\base\screenshots in .tga format. As Anamaker can only handle .jpeg and .bmp files you will have to use irfanview to batch convert the .tga-files to .jpeg. Now you have everything you need. Open Anamaker. Choose "left eye" and flip through your screenshots folder. As they are just given names shot0001 through shot9999 it is easy to find the first pic of a series. So lets say choose "shot0013" for left eye. Now choose "shot 0014" for right eye and make an anaglyph (check the color anaglyph tab). Put on your anaglyphic glasses and enjoy. You can fiddle a bit with the cross-shaped buttons to shift the two pictures. Once you are satisfied, save your work. If the effect is not as desired, choose the next pair of your set. Say, choose shot14 for left and shot 15 for right eye. It takes only a little practise and if you are anything like me, the results will leave a big smile on your face. Works with other 3d-games as well, but be shure you figure out a way to loose the weapon and HUD in the screenshots.
Portable inexpensive iphone/android usability lab
Portable inexpensive iphone/android usability lab
The usability participants hold their iphone or android phone under the camera -- out of 12 participants, none complained about it and everyone easily kept their phone under the camera. Webcam w/ screw mount connected to gorillapod which grabs onto inexpensive banana holder then outputs to ichat video preview. Silverbackapp from clearleft grabs audio and video from the isight camera and mixes it with the video preview from ichat on screen. Finally, silverbackapp outputs picture in picture video with large picture of the video of the iphone/android device and small inset video of the talking usability participant. (iGlasses is required, costs $10, in order to mirror the video in the ichat video preview -- so the text isn't backwards :) This setup used all existing equipment that we had -- except the banana holder -- and would probably work well for companies building iphone/ipad/android apps and like to do their own usability testing in-house and want to video record the sessions.

lab equipment pictures
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