The university recently installed a little kiosk that prints photos on demand so I now have two physical prints of my avatar that I got for like $2. They were impulse buys but still
( featuring art from the wonderful @myconidiosyncracy )
I got a strand of RGB LEDs but the blue channel is super dim so its "white" light is decidedly yellow
Is this more likely to be an issue with the strand or the shitty control box that came with the strand? Anyone have experience with this kind of thing? Would using a different control device fix the issue?
question for anyone familiar with surveillance tech
So the university has been installing these emergency call boxes that have always on cameras in them
The first models had a single downward facing camera but the new ones have a larger array that appears to be 4 (maybe 5) cameras in a housing
If anyone could identify what the cameras are/what their range or cone of vision is that'd be great
21. Las Vegas. College student just trying to get a degree in Computer Science, one failed class at a time
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