Saturday, May 11th, 2013 | non-decay, time-lapse | No Comments
Sunday, June 10th, 2012 | non-decay, odds and ends | No Comments
By chance, I stumbled across Safecast, a global sensor network for collecting and sharing radiation measurements. I.e., it’s a crowdsourcing approach to measure worldwide radiation. Their scope is mainly Japan, but looking at the yesterday’s strange Reddit story about a radiation spike in Indiana/Michigan, one might wonder if a global preparedness network might not be a good idea.
Safecast has now a crowdfunding campaign running on Kickstarter to produce an open source Geiger counter for alpha, beta and gamma radiation (most counters only measure gamma). It’s called the Kickstarter X.
Check out their campaign (which is already fully funded) and consider donating – I think it’s a worthwile effort. Rewards include a range of goodies, from stickers to a fully working Geiger counter to a measurement trip to Fukushima.
Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 | non-decay, time-lapse, video | 4 Comments
Why go out on big tours when you can film interesting scenes right from your kitchen window…?
Monday, April 26th, 2010 | gallery, non-decay | 2 Comments
On a chilly Saturday morning in December, it was still dark, David and I jumped into a bus to shoot some rare sights at the dockyards in my hometown, Basel, in Switzerland. Uneasy in its sodium nakedness, the container crane and his minions greeted us like bugs on a table cloth.
Saturday, August 22nd, 2009 | non-decay, time-lapse, video | No Comments
I’m back from the beautiful island of Ibiza. To give myself the chance to relax a bit from all the Chernobyl fallout, I had left my camera at home. And it worked: I’m relaxed.
That however didn’t keep me from taking my video camera with me, which I used to make some timelapse recordings. Here is a nice cross-cut of fleeing clouds and a sunset, recorded over two days, each roughly 8 hours. It’s called “Mediterranean Timelapse”. Enjoy the sun.
Looking for pictures from Chernobyl?
- Chernobyl Hospital « The Hyperarchival Parallax on About Me
- Lost Place – Tschernobyl | Picture & Geocachingblog on Chernobyl Journal
- Urban Decay « Uncategorized on Chernobyl Journal
- Abandoned places: Pripyat Hospital, Chernobyl | Under the Mountain Bunker on Chernobyl Journal
- Bên trong b?nh vi?n b? b? hoang ? Chernobyl | Vi?t Nam ??p – Hình ?nh ??p & tin t?c Vi?t Nam on Chernobyl Journal