There is no getting away from it: the CDF is a heavy machine. In running order (less panniers but including D lock, lights, bidon and bar bag) it’s 17.5Kg. In a ride ready state (dressed, shod, fed & watered) I’m … Continue reading
In Recap point clouds are impressive. To get to something you can draw from they need slicing. Remember line of sight from the scanner will result in lost data in occluded areas, the ‘dark’ shadows are holes in the data. … Continue reading
This was the abrupt end to my ride to Huntingdon in January 2021. I ran out of road…. ..and this is what the same spot looked like in May 2021. The A14 enhancement NMU route from Girton to Fenstanton is … Continue reading
A return with DSLR, tripod and remote shutter control. A high bypass filter applied to achieve a negative impression. I believe the text below is from: The Monumental Brasses of Cambridgeshire Volume 4 of Monumental Brass Society. County series by … Continue reading
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3 frame monatge Canon Ixus 70. Hand held monoplanar rectification.
1.Golden rules: Convergence: 2 images pointing at the same object from 2 view points creates intersections: this is convergent imagery. Overlap: pairs of convergent images must overlap by at least a third. Consistency: focal length, aperture and ISO need to … Continue reading
So I took the plunge and shelled out the fairly steep price and around about a month later the box from China showed up. I’d read the reviews, swallowed the hype, had on-going leakage with the Karrimor and, in a … Continue reading
So much of life on a bike is about compromise: I ride a 12kg steel bike because I know the terrain I ride over and the loads I shift from time to time would destroy a featherweight machine so I … Continue reading
The trajectory forced by the barriers on the South ramp of the Swavesey bridge is unsafe. Once a rider has made the transition a few times speeds increase. The resultant path is actually worse than the unmodified elbow in place … Continue reading