April 22, 2003

Wearable Cameras

A good article by Jennifer Healey and Rosalind Picard is avaliable online, titled "StartleCam: A Cybernetic Wearable Camera". StartleCam is an idea to employ body sensors to activate a camera on the person. Having recently been in a stituation where I witnessed a mother kick her daughter in a supermarket parking lot, I can appreciate the desire to trigger recording by dramatic changes in one's personal body. Perferably I'd like a device that records all the time, and would red flag pertinant data for later review, but I can undstand data storage limitations. I have wanted a wearable camera for a long time. If you're interesting in building a wearable camera, I recommend you check out Steve Mann's DomeWear which with a few other products, could produce a very effective startlecam.

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April 17, 2003

Gargoyle Links on the Web

As this site is designed to provide resources for "gargoyles" of all types, I thought I'd begin posting with links that I've found on the web related to gargoyles.

If anyone has any other links, please post them in the comments!

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April 13, 2003

movable type up and running

Thanks to Dragoon of hardsun.net, the blog engine Movable Type is up and running on our server. Pretty good web application really.

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