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Can’t you just buy the ferric oxide? 1lb Synthetic Black Iron Oxide (Fe3O4) – 0.30 micron particle size is $10-12 on Amazon.
Nothing will shut the eco terrorists up, they enjoy being miserable souls. Simply ignore them and put the pedal to the metal:-)
perhaps a rocket mass stove would solve the majority of these issues
The reflector adapter in the article takes light from the light bar and redirects it through the negative, The rear illumination of the negative is what you want. The problem with this approach, is that you still have light from the scanner light bar reflecting off the FRONT of the negative.This is going to reduce the contrast of your scanned image.
Expensive negative scanners have two light bars: one under the glass, for scanning documents (whichis off when scanning negatives), and one in the lid, which turns on only when scanning negatives. Now, if all you’re scanning is negatives, you only need the light bar in the lid. So, it should be possible to hack an illuminated lid, and to disable the light bar in the scanner.
Of course, nothing is simple, and this won’t be, either, because the scanner tests the light bar before it scans the image and adjusts the exposure accordingly. Et cetera, et cetera. So…now you need to hack the scanner firmware, or come up with a way to fool the exposure measurement…
when i type $ sudo update-rc.d hostapd enable
update-rc.d: error: no runlevel symlinks to modify, aborting!
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Actually, I was thinking about it and already developed a working background substitution function, but I’m still thinking about the user interface for this (i.e. selection of the backdrop, sampling of the background color, …).
Maybe in a future release?
merci pour ce partage, serait il possible ajouté green background
I’m insanely interested in this! I want to make one for my sister, she’s a HUGE Harry Potter fan, but would have no idea what I’m doing! Would anyone be interested in making one and selling it to me by any chance? Would be such a huge help!!!