Sometimes i explain things poorly.. The pitch is (number_of_neigbours + 8*number_of_neighbours)
Here is a version you can just point at a file https://paste.sr.ht/~jasper/adcbc2c010ef1bd56e0350832941e0b7328a86fa (if you have the dependencies.)
Also i was just curious how it would sound.. I think maybe it can be made to sound more interesting? Probably not without changing the code a bunch. (and possibly feeding in an interesting graph)
Messing around with graphs and sounds a bit
1. each node has a counter deciding where to go, incremented each visit.
2. it increases the pitch for each neighbour
3. it increases the pitch with a 8 times larger step for each shared neighbour before and after a step.
4. It does nothing with the letters actually.
Silly enough i don't actually know where it is during the sounds..
> Five days to go. I don't care how radical you are, get your ass to the polls.
Will probably appear on https://9mmballpoint.blogspot.com/ tomorrow.
The last one i made, https://ojasper.nl/notes/sounds/orca/field_readable_letters.orca (described a bit here.. https://ojasper.nl/notes/sounds/orca/ ) #orca
Marijnessen stond nogal prominent in de eerste binnenzijde.. Het is toch geen eenvrouwspartij?
En heb beetje het idee dat mensen die denken dat de SP vooral beloftes maakt, een beetje bevestigd in hun blik met deze messaging..
Ook willen ze "meer politie op straat".. Plz no.
Ook veel goede dingen zoals tegen de woningsnood en toeslagenaffaire.. https://www.sp.nl/krant
En een artikel met Anand Giridharadas https://www.sp.nl/krant/2020/eerlijke-economie (journalist bij NYT, hmm wikipedia zegt voormalig)
On my camcorder planets shit again.
This time i "simulated" images from a hypothesis image and compared to the real image. I added the difference to make a delta image(left)
To the right, the subsequent images made by "compensating" with the deltas, and then using the new image as new hypothesis.
The squared-difference score gets better, but the image visually worse.. I think maybe it's caused by an incorrect model of the pixels.. In the raw videos, you see those horizontal lines..
Still want the best possible image for Saturn from that camcorder to get an image from Saturn and got this.. #AccidentalArt
Finally put the cropped videos in gifs.. Lol shouldah done this first, see what the input is properly.
> This is something the Bernie or Bust crowd overlooks way too often. Their argument is that by letting things get worse, we push the system past its breaking point, until people are willing to accept radical alternatives. Theoretically, this makes sense. But ask yourselves this: if people know that us leftists were partially responsible for their suffering, why the hell would our radical alternative be the one they choose? [..]
Here to increase the #capybara content in your timeline.
Looks like it's not really improving the images..
Maybe try some more later, eventually.. If i wanted to do it faster/use the whole video, might use OpenCVs Template Matching functionality..
Thought "what if made positions based on best location to overlay based on the previous method".. Last image in the list below.
It does look a little sharper to me? Took > 2060 seconds to compute 14s of footage, though..
@astro It looks better if i add some pixels to the cropping. Below is Saturn and Venus, both grainy & processed, 876 and 1450 frames respectively. I don't consider this resolving the rings. #planet #astronomy
The average pixel value should be centered, but is instead right-down.. Some thing is wrong there.. Hope it's just that.
the part of the image to use is done by threshhold and position by average of position weighed by pixel values.
This one does positions for all colors together again, which seems better. But it also averages positions obtained from nearby frame. Seems a little better.
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