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I will create eye caching book covers for $10

I will create eye caching book covers

*** I will Do Book Cover Design, Book Cover ***I  am a graphic designer, perfectly positioned to help you and your company to design a book cover. Through experience gained over time, I can create from scratch or turn your existing book cover into a kindle cover or other covers within the shortest interval of time. I specialize in increasing your reputation and credibility, through book cover design that will grab your readers attention What you will get from this gig titled :I will Do Book Cover Design, Book CoverA correctly formatted book coversPrint Ready Book cover that will stand out on any shelf.
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raytracing – Ray Tracer – How do I fix fish eye effect on side walls?

I’ve come here because I can’t seem to find out what’s wrong with my ray tracer.

I fixed the fish eye effect when looking straight on at walls, but the effect remains when the player is looking at walls to the side.

I think it’s because most of the rays hit the surface close to the player, while fewer and fewer rays hit more distant walls, resulting in a curve. The only problem is I don’t know how to make it appear linear.

    float dist = distance*cos(angle); //fix distorted distance
    float rat = (depth-(dis))/depth; //calculate ratio for wall height
    float h = 64*rat; //calculate height
    PImage slice = sprites(0).get((int)(inter/2),0,1,16); //get image slice
    image(slice,i*4,768-h/2,4,h); //display image slice

In this example, the top screen is the raw data while the bottom screen it the ray traced 2.5D image. I’ve made the rays visible.

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I'll process your selfies, photo retouching, teeth whitening, eye color change, Lightroom preset for $ 5

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I will process your selfies very professionally and quickly.

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Photo RetouchingEye Color ChangingTeeth WhiteningEye ShadowEyebrow PencilLightroom Preset
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Koyal Group's Infomag News│nasa will begin to keep an eye on your garden – general forex questions and help

If you're working in the yard this summer, take a look: Using a satellite, NASA scientists are monitoring how healthy your lawn and garden are.

The agency plans to launch Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 next month. The main goal is to create a global map of carbon sources and sinks. The OCO-2 mission will provide the most detailed map of photosynthetic fluorescence – that is, how plants glow – that has ever been created. This data should enable scientists to estimate how quickly plants in the world absorb carbon from the atmosphere.

The project's uses are broad, but science is easy to understand.

During photosynthesis, a plant absorbs light and immediately releases it again at a different wavelength. This is known as fluorescence. In a laboratory setting, botanists can measure the intensity of fluorescence to estimate how actively a plant is doing photosynthesis. A satellite could theoretically capture the light emitted by the world's plants to estimate how much carbon the plants absorb. But there was always a big, fiery problem: the sun.

The sun is a beautiful thing in many ways. It makes life possible by supplying our planet with energy. However, from the point of view of observation, it can be a great pain. There are huge parts of the universe that we simply cannot see because the brightness of the sun obscures our view.

Similarly, it was believed that the sun made it impossible to measure global photosynthetic fluorescence. The signals we want to observe are subtle and represent a narrow section of the electromagnetic spectrum. It has been assumed that the broadband rays from the sun overwhelm the wavelengths of plant fluorescence, so that they are practically invisible.

This is where Joanna Joiner from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., And Christian Frankenberg from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, came into play with their innovative use of an electromagnetic phenomenon called Fraunhofer Lines. In the early 19th century, the German optician Joseph Fraunhofer noticed that there were several dark lines between the beautiful colored light strips that emerged from a prism. This is because molecules in the atmosphere have absorbed certain wavelengths of sunshine until sunlight reaches Earth. In other words, our atmosphere blocks the sun in certain wavelength bands of the electromagnetic spectrum.

Joiner and Frankenberg realized that they could search for plant fluorescence in the bands of the electromagnetic spectrum in which the sunlight was dimmed. Data from the Japanese greenhouse gas observation satellite, launched in 2009, confirmed their belief. Although the OCO-2 project was already on the move when Joiner and Frankenberg made their breakthrough, the addition of fluorescence readings will massively improve the satellite's ability to perform its carbon measurement mission.

A detailed map of photosynthetic activity and carbon absorption will better inform conservation efforts. It is generally believed that tropical forests absorb about 20 percent of global carbon emissions from fossil fuel combustion. But where else is the highest carbon intake? If the satellite data recognizes other areas with intense photosynthetic activity, we should work hard to preserve them.

The carbon uptake map should also help resolve some longstanding disputes. Conventional wisdom once said that old growth forests were poor in carbon sequestration because they seemed to have finished growing. Some analysts suggested that converting these trees into houses or furniture would make room for newer trees to absorb more carbon.

However, more recent evidence suggests that old trees continue to inhale carbon at high speed. The data from OCO-2 will provide information about the relative photosynthetic activity of old and new forests.

The data also provide an early warning system. For example, a drought in 2005 severely affected the Amazon rainforest's ability to absorb carbon, but scientists haven't realized the full extent of the impact for several years. Satellite fluorescence data could have identified the situation almost as it happened.

We may not be able to do much to ward off a drought in the Amazon, but there are other ways that the data can be used. A drop in photosynthesis rates, as a result of declining fluorescence, could alert farmers to crop failures much earlier. This could help planners manage irrigation resources and alert global aid agencies to potential famines before they occur.

Managing a garden from space sounds a bit futuristic, but horticulture is about to enter the space age. From now on, don't just try to impress the neighbors with your green thumb.

Postprocessing – Vorpx 3D illusion with the naked eye

Due to the questions asked here and here, I still couldn't find a topic that was discussing what this image from the VorpX website looks like in 3D with no bobble effect, holography or cross-eye effect ONLY with the naked eye:

VorpX VR picture.

Notice how the right tree compared to the left tree causes this strange bang effect. The right tree looks like it is only jumping out of the screen relative to the left scene. How was that done?

Just stare at the right edge of the pavilion next to the right tree (adjust your head so that it is centered between each eye) and the tree appears to pop out.

Camera – eye damage from iPhone LED flashlight

They don't know if this is the right place to ask, but couldn't find an answer anywhere. Can you suffer serious / permanent damage if you stare at your iPhone's flashlight for too long? How long does it take for it to become dangerous? All the answers I found there assume that the question is a photo flash – about 0.15 seconds – and answer with "LEDs from iPhones are easy to use for your eyes, the light is scattered" and so on. But what about a video?

So in summary questions:

  1. How long would it take you to stare at your iPhone's LED?
  2. How far can you be to be sure?

the one ring – does it always provoke to keep an eye on attacks?

I have a question about the called recordings under Special Rules on page 232 of the Basic Rules.

A creature automatically tries a called shot with that
Weapon that it currently uses as its next action whenever possible
The pet attacking it fails and receives its attack roll
There is an "eye symbol" on his Feat Cube.

So I understand that rolling the eye symbol is the important part here, but it's the failure of the attack roll that I'm confused about. Once players have 4+ success dice, they can still frequently hit TNs out of 14.

Does the participant not have to complete the total of the success dice to provoke the opponent's called shot, or is this simply triggered by the rolling of an eye symbol?

Front camera – eye / gaze tracking software solution?

Hello and good morning!

I want to ask if anyone knows a software solution in Android tablets for eye or eye tracking. Specifically the solution I'm looking for:

– Must be integrated into Unity either natively (C #) or as a plugin (Java / Kotlin).
– Must work with the Android device's front-facing camera
– You can track the user's gaze on the tablet screen

Any working solution, even if it is not precise, is acceptable. Thanks for your time.