Artificial eyeball does away with distorted images

October 30th, 2008 by Ruwan Egoda Gamage

I found this interesting article [1] at NewScientistTech written by Kurt Kleiner. They have a nice approach to create a curved digital sensor (spherical) mostly using conventional photolithography. There can be endless applications since this will help to get wide-angle but less distorted images from a small camera. Also the author suggests, these can be […]

A Most Welcomed Visitor!

March 13th, 2008 by Ruwan Egoda Gamage

As soon I entered my home today, (around 10pm) saw two large eyes pointing towards me. Guess what, we had a visitor!. He was sitting on one of our window curtains. Within few seconds I managed to take some shots of this dude. It seems like, he is a Brown Fish Owl Another angle, Finally […]

Gallery/Panorama is UP !!!

February 4th, 2008 by Ruwan Egoda Gamage

After some heavy modifications, Panoramas are available under gallery. I had to modify the FAlbum plugin, which I am using in WordPress, in order to automatically identify whether the current image is a normal photo or a panorama. So now I just need only to upload panorama images to my flicker account with “Panorama” tag, […]

Using PTViewer to view Panorama

February 4th, 2008 by Ruwan Egoda Gamage

PTViewer is an open and free Panorama viewer. It is written in the Java language and should run in any java-enabled browser. Controls :

Photography, Photo Gear

February 2nd, 2008 by Ruwan Egoda Gamage

It has been long time since I started loving photography. If I remember correctly, all started with a virtual tour I saw in an encyclopedia. Next I developed an interest in developing panoramas. Automatically, I started using a digital camera on my own. My first camera was Nikon Coolpix 5400 (and I still have it). […]

Hello Gallery !!!

February 2nd, 2008 by Ruwan Egoda Gamage

After some effort, the Gallery is now online. It is a matter of uploading photos to the flicker account. For the curious folks, I have installed FAlbum plugin to my existing WordPress MU installation. The plugin should be installed in plugins directory (instead of mu-plugins directory) to make it work properly. Next create a page […]