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New Book on Ultraviolet Photography

My new book “Exploring Ultraviolet Photography: Bee Vision, Forensic Imaging, and Other Near Ultraviolet Adventures with Your DSLR” is now available on Amazon for pre-order. In this book, I will show you how to select equipment that allows you to capture otherworldly UV images. You’ll learn how to use filters that block visible light and

 
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DOLPi DIY Polarimetric Camera Awarded 5th Place in 2015 Hackaday Prize

The DOLPi Raspberry Pi-based polarimetric cameras received 5th place in the 2015 Hackaday Prize. Winners for this year’s prizes were announced on stage at the Hackaday Superconference on November 14, 2015. The DOLPi project involved the development and construction of two low-cost polarimetric camera types based on the Raspberry Pi 2. DOLPi-MECH (and its productized

 
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Engineering Girls! The Prutchi family endorses this video!

 
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Possibly the Only Accessible Border Demarcation Pillar Placed under the Franco-British Boundary Agreement of 1920

  My brother in-law, an Ob/Gyn physician and retired high-ranking Israeli Army officer is also a history scholar. He recently took us offroading in the Gallil to a rather unknown site that he found through his research on the Franco-British Boundary Agreement of 1920.  This agreement established the boundary between the Mandate of Palestine attributed to

 
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