Category: Virtual Sandbox

Video Stabilization

Have you taken a video while walking but it’s excessively jerky? Do you watch it and get motion sickness? Here’s a quick tip I’ve discovered in Adobe Premiere – Video Stabilization! There’s a few different ways of doing it in general but in Adobe Premiere, it essentially moves the video around and crops some of…
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An Introduction to Godot

When talking about game engines, Unity and Unreal tend to dominate the conversation. Today, I want to introduce a completely free and open-source game engine called Godot. Godot is a great game engine for beginners and those new to coding, so I’ve found a few great starter tutorials to learn the basics of coding and…
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Show & Tell! 24 Sept 2020

Join us for another weekly session where we present projects that we’ve been working on! This time hosted by the workstudies! Finished, or just started, are all fine. It starts at 14:30 and goes for an hour. Zoom Meeting ID: 996 1047 8082 Password: 776122 On the menu, image stabilization through Adobe Premiere! I will…
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Ever Run Out of Ideas?

Do you need inspirations for off the wall ideas? Perhaps you’re trying to innovate, captivate the market through a new trend or you’re a marketing student trying to find new ideas. Different than standard educational posts, I figured this time I would go with a TV show. Here is a show full of ideas –…
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Phone booting Ubuntu Touch

Linux on Your “android” Phone

Many a power-user are chaffed by the limitations android has when it comes to running certain software. A phone is a pocket-computer at the end of the day, and it has every capacity to run the same software as a laptop or desktop computer, in theory. The easiest way to install linux on your android…
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Lolcat Clock!

JavaScript code makes it possible to coordinate the lolcat images with set times picked by the user or by pushing the “Party Time!” button. I can haz time? Yes, you can. With knowing a bit of Html, CSS, and JavaScript, you can create a ton of interesting websites for fun or even for small businesses!…
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Why Mechanical keyboards

The main difference between mechanical and a prebuilt keyboard that comes with your computer is probably the switches. These switches are made of several moving parts when you press the key, the two metal contacts connect, registering your keypress to the keyboard’s circuitry. the circuitry is called a PCB (printed circuit board) PCBs are used…
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DIY DoorCam – Raspberry Pi

For those who saw the “Ring Video Doorbell” and didn’t want Amazon tracking your coming-and-going, your neighbors coming-and-going, etc, You can set up a system like this yourself. The fastest and easiest setup involves flashing an SD card with a special “img” file, plugging everything in (the camera, the SD card, the raspberry pi) and…
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An Intro to LoomieLive

LoomieLive is a software for virtual meeting avatars that’s currently in its beta release. LoomieLive reads your facial expressions through your webcam and mirrors them onto a virtual avatar. LoomieLive’s purpose is to let people use video even if they don’t wish to turn on their camera in virtual meetings. So now you can even…
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Video Editing Basics

Ever spend some time on YouTube looking at videos wondering how someone edited it and put it together? Ever wanted to do the same for yours? Perhaps to slow down time or zoom and pan on a certain section? Fear not, here is a basic tutorial for Adobe Premiere! These are some basic videos I’ve…
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