I’ve used virtual dub to combine videos, you could probably use multiple cameras each covering parts of the same object, to get high definition video for less money
Start+run type osk for on-screen-keyboard.
Or C:/windows/system32/osk.exe for windows7
Didn’t know I could find ok free ones. I knew about about regular flight sims such as the one called like Y’s flight, Rig of Rods had some and Flightgear. Here are 1 other ones, might list more when I find them:
– HeliSimRC by Mark – http://www.marksfiles.net/HeliSim/download.htm
also noted to work under WINE on Linux.
– Heli-X 0.9 free private use only, no distribute
– Flying Model Simulator, Also another older one free
and for Android on Google Play, their is RC Helicopter Simulation that looks good, haven’t played it.
Found about 4 more here: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1622981 there is even ClearView SE
This tip will allow Frozenbubble 1.0 Enhanced for windows to have a bigger
Screen when playing.
that desktop scaling is enabled for your video card.
For the program icon,
right click, go to properties and turn on 640×480 in campatability tab.
I also set $fullscreen = 1; in the file .fbrc but this may not be needed. (It was 0).
Found out inkscape is drawing program that works like clarisworks did, you can select the pen tool. http://inkscape.org/
and the pencil tool works differently;
its different than paint with Gimp/Photoshop, they have tutorials,
you can set the template to A4_landscape and fullscreen it(F11)
They also have a recorder program, so you can record when you draw.
Open 2: Serif DrawPlus Starter, from Europe
Have to register to get free serial key.
Don’t know how to disable autoupdate it crashed for me.
Has video tutorials on the site.
use a template, the one’s at this link have a BSD license, some are free:
OpenOffice Templates: http://templates.openoffice.org/en/template/blank-business-card-template
step 1: Create a template of that size in a paint program such as GIMP and you may have to add gradients, text as necessary.
Step 2: create a template in word,writer or olher free office program…
1. Create Table with 2 columns and 5 rows (10 per page)
2. want 3.5 by 2, so set row height to 2 inches
3. Lower margins as low as possible to ft on single page and not print outside the margins.
You can have 2 files one for front of card and one for back.
Gimp business card 7 steps: wikihow http://bi126eng.blogspot.com-source-m.wikihow.com/Make-Business-Cards-with-GIMP
WIP: Thought about scanning objects in a computer to study them. You probably could at a museum with a portable laptop, and other items if they let you?
Looking at the free David 3D scanner software website: http://www.david-laserscanner.com/
If you already have some of the parts. I think by laser line you could also use a laser level — about 30 bucks? you need camera or webcam ($20), two boards to make a corner to put it in, a Windows PC and Free software.
Option 2: The SDK for Microsoft Kinnect has 3D scanner software…
Option 3: SceneCT or scenect a free app for Kinnect; might need a windows PC
Option 4: Reconstruct and Microsoft Kinnect
Reconstruct me: http://reconstructme.net/
It is used with the (approximately $150 dollar) Microsoft Kinnect
Found Simple 3D site: http://simple3d.com/