Stephanie Rhodes, our new business manager since Jan 1, has been working feverishly on our new healthcare and payroll systems, among many other things. She's doing a great job.
Thanks to her I was able to get away from those things and my desk for a little while today to build this little mock up of a stereo camera mount for one of our Emriver users. The little mannequin here is about 10 inches tall. They're using sophisticated image processing software to take measurements of channel morphology, and we're were happy to help after they requested our help with a mount for the cameras. (I'm respecting their privacy here.)
In the next year we hope to develop several accessories like this for Emriver Em2 and Em4 users who're using the models for advanced teaching and research.
Labels: camera, development, em2, em4, photography, research, Stephanie Rhodes, stereo photography, teaching