The life of vacuum robot in a 360 video

Today I followed the vacuum robot for 2 minutes to experience the path of a machine. You can watch the 360 video on YouTube in VR if you have a headset. Unfortunately you can’t view it in the ‘tiny planet’ perspective which is what I recommend for VR films because it seems more in focus…

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Two mile test hike in the neighborhood #sierraclub #backpack

In preparation for an overnight Sierra Club backpacking trip, I took a full pack on a two mile walk in the neighborhood. How cool is it to carry everything you need to live outdoors on your back? The first mile was a loop, because I quickly realized hiking while walking the dog is slow. My…

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Summer road trip to Oregon and prep for backpacking

I have a small Miata so going on a backpacking trip means that I’ll need to strap my backpack to the trunk of my car. It takes time to organize a backpack and a road trip so I’m starting several weeks early – it’s so much fun to plan an adventure outdoors and visit friends.…

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Casting the earth

Progress stopping the rotation of the earth, covering it in plastic, and taking a plaster cast of a half sphere shape to draw in. Testing the process, one more step of paper mache in surface preparation before I draw and paint on it!

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Painting mermaids 🧜‍♀️ on fishbowl

Photos and videos of first painting on glass bowl.

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First set of 360 photo stills

With the 360 photo I can manipulate the perspective and take a screenshot of the one I like. My favorite 3 from this first 360 art shoot Here are a few screenshots from one 360 photo: and a few more unedited flat 360 photos

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I have a new 360 video camera from #Giroptic

I have a new 360 video camera that fits with my iPhone and iPad. The 360 camera is called the Giroptic iO HD 360 degree camera for iPhone/iPad. Right now it’s one of the affordable 360 cameras on the market. I’m having SO much fun playing with this video camera and exploring the possibilities with mobile…

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MX5 Mobile Art Studio Test 1

Today I tested working directly with the car as the studio. This is a little different from using the car to transport the smaller studio version that is a person-powered red wagon size studio. My intention is to keep the materials in the trunk and use the car as a table and power source while…

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Gold mirror photo booth cube for small object photography 

If you have small object that you need to photograph for an online store (like me), why not try a cube mirror shot? Small art objects are more affordable and safer to ship than large objects. However, it’s hard to get the sense of a 3D object in a photo.  What do you think of…

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