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    Viewing Orthophotos Online/On a Phone

    For a while its been quite tricky to view the orthophotos that photogrammetry can derive. The file size is typically measured in multiples of Gb.

    But now you can finally appreciate the detail that...
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    Without a good reason to visit, and to have a USP...

    Without a good reason to visit, and to have a USP beyond the likes of Fourth Element et al, thats questionable?



    Well best of luck with the project. I should add that perhaps I am a poor...
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    Several observations. One of the questions...

    Several observations.

    One of the questions asked about artist imagery and high quality online drawings of a wreck as a guide. Things are moving on from what folk think a wreck looks like to 3D...
  4. Thread: 35mm Film

    by Decosnapper
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    You are about to embark on a very steep learning...

    You are about to embark on a very steep learning curve. Digital is great for instant feedback, but can induce lazy habits that (sometimes) be corrected after the dive. Film has no such latitude but...
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    No idea I'm afraid.

    No idea I'm afraid.
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    No idea I'm afraid. Approx 300kgs of high...

    No idea I'm afraid. Approx 300kgs of high explosive is going to be a modifier, of that I am certain.



    Reference points. Used to add scale into the 3D model so we could - beyond any doubt -...
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    Scapa Torpedo

    Some of you may have heard a live torpedo was disposed of yesterday in Scapa Flow?

    I had the good fortune to dive the site back in April, and created a 3D model of it before the RN whacked it:
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    Well...it took a real letter (proper paper thing)...

    Well...it took a real letter (proper paper thing) to the CEO to get the matter resolved...but this morning they confirmed they would refund the cost of the missing part as soon as I placed the order...
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    Sanity Check - Right? Or Wrong?

    Righty ho...sanity check needed. Here goes:

    I order a part from an online shop - non-diving - and having looked at the photo of said product it was spot-on.

    Part turns up and is missing a...
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    All sold. Thanks for looking.

    All sold. Thanks for looking.
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    Indeed it is.

    Indeed it is.
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    Many many thanks for all the offers of assistance...

    Many many thanks for all the offers of assistance with this - much appreciated.

    The objects in question have started the first leg of their journey. Such is the collective, massive power we have...
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    I confess. I did cross two parish boundaries and...

    I confess. I did cross two parish boundaries and one consistency border without so much as an export license.

    In my defence, it was an air dropped torpedo supplied to sea cadets and those cadets...
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    No idea. But they were genuinely delighted.

    No idea. But they were genuinely delighted.
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    A politician? Someone who will claim pissing in...

    A politician? Someone who will claim pissing in your too-hot soup will be a good thing because it will help cool it down?

    No. Not as long as...I was asked if I would stand for the local council...
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    Dealing? Yes. Weapons? Formerly, but now...

    Dealing? Yes.

    Weapons? Formerly, but now antiques and not in any way functioning or viable. Not as long as there is a hole in my...
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    Thanks for all the offers - much appreciated. ...

    Thanks for all the offers - much appreciated.

    Items are not twinsets but if you think a single 10l cylinder in terms of space and weight you won't be far off.

    If that's going to break the car,...
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    I had a complete MK 44 air dropped torpedo a...

    I had a complete MK 44 air dropped torpedo a while back. They are battery powered rather than diesel and stuck the motor on a car battery. The pair of contra-rotating props burst into life and the...
  19. Thread: Free Kit!

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    Short answer is "Yes as long as there is no...

    Short answer is "Yes as long as there is no rush!"

    I will be back down in Weymouth soon and can pick them up then. Next week or two I think.

    How does that sound?
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    TDF Post - NE Hampshire to Scapa Flow

    Calling on the collective massive that is TDF.

    Is anyone heading up to Scapa Flow from the NE Hampshire area? Basingstoke/Woking/Guildford region?

    I have some things needed in Stromness. If you...
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    License? For weapons? Yeah, ITAR/Export...

    License?

    For weapons? Yeah, ITAR/Export Control/Firearms dealing would need some state oversight and control.

    However, for antique component parts that are never going to work again as long as...
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    Torpedo Parts!

    More garage clearance items are available. This time, torpedo parts including a MK VIII or MK IX engine (mostly complete) and a dummy/practice warhead.

    Same page as free-to-good-home dive...
  23. Thread: Free Kit!

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    Free Kit!

    As per the post - there is some free dive kit available if anyone needs regs, fins, cylinder or drysuit.

    Collection or TDF post from Weymouth only please.

    Any donations to the project to...
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    Thanks Graham. Duly noted and much appreciated.

    The stuff to transfer may well be moving from Weymouth to NE Hampshire this week...if that changes anything...
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    Pretty accurate but with some corrections in bold...

    Pretty accurate but with some corrections in bold italic.

    Work for hire tends to be an American term and relevant in US law. Never seen it used here in the UK WRT contracts that transfer copyright...
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