Sunday, January 08, 2006

Hello BoingBoing Readers!

I just thought I'd submit my blog to BoingBoing on a whim. I never really though I'd be honored with a link. Welcome to my page. I hope you like the images I'm taking. Please feel free to make any comments and/or suggestions and come back Monday for more pictures!

Update: Whoops, Emmanuel notified me that I did not have anonymous comments turned on. Sorry about that folks. They're on now.

22 Comments:

Blogger Adam said...

Nice work! Did the drivers for the microscope work fine with Windows XP ? I don't seem to be able to get my intel microscope working, I just get a black screen ??? Appreciate any help.
Adam.

4:32 PM  
Blogger Daniel J. Geduld said...

Hi, Adam. Yes I got it to work with XP, but there is an error message when I start it up, some spinning logo video that doesn't work. Also, the software is horribly annoying. Lots of stupid sound effects you can't get rid of, so I usually end up using the third party software on my iBook. If only a third party would write similar software for my desktop XP machine... but hey, for a $50 microscope, I can't really complain much.

4:39 PM  
Blogger stendhalismo said...

fantastic stuff - would love to see the most recent ones as oil paintings... what was that easy photoshop adjustment you mentioned?

6:01 PM  
Blogger John said...

Cool stuff, man. Keep it up.

7:01 PM  
Anonymous sundawg@telus.net said...

Hi Daniel

These photos are just great. I have been thinking of getting this microscope for my granddaughter (age 7) and keeping it at my home ( for me...so what!)Really...it seems great, but is it? Like, it's hard to believe.

7:29 PM  
Blogger lozzah said...

ha! more more, eternally fascinating...please keep it up, howzabout some LA rainwater or dirt etc!

7:35 PM  
Blogger lozzah said...

ha! more more, eternally fascinating...please keep it up, howzabout some LA rainwater or dirt etc!

7:36 PM  
Blogger lozzah said...

ha! more more, eternally fascinating...please keep it up, howzabout some LA rainwater or dirt etc!

7:37 PM  
Blogger Marcus said...

do I know you?

7:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cool idea! How bout some close up pics of fingernails- you'll see all sorts of grubby stuff in there. Makes you never want to put your fingers near your mouth ever again....

R

9:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what an awesome idea! please don't stop!

how about some chips (like cheetos or lays, and such), and then something green (healthy) like a tomato seed/juice, lettuce, to see what goes in :-)

orange juice versus wine? would liquids photograph at all?

9:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice. I really like the photos. Keep up the good work.

9:23 PM  
Blogger Tess said...

I totally have that same microscope - my husband bought it for me when I was (unsuccessfully, as it turned out) trying to hatch dwarf frog eggs. It's great! Clearly I have to bust that thing out again and go to work...

11:00 PM  
Blogger Sushil said...

Very nice blog. Came here from BoingBoing. HAve added your blog to the feeds I read and hope to check back daily. Keep up the good work.

12:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've had a toy microscope when i was a kid too, but i've never been able to make it work.
This one is great ! It looks like webcam quality pics but for that price it's good.

Just an idea for a pic ! I'd like to see how a toothbrush look like at 200x (unused and used).

2:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonderful idea, keep it up! I am, however, a little perturbed by the fact that you live in L.A. and have cleaner looking boogers than I do.

6:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw one of those microscopes at a local Fry's Electronics, and always wondered how well they worked...you're getting some terrific images out of it, thanks for posting them!

6:59 AM  
Blogger Darren said...

I got an Intel Play at a thrift store for $3.50 and bought it gambling that
a) it worked
and
b) that I could find downloadable drivers for it

Correct on both counts. I'm using it on OS X Macs. Very cool toy (and an incredible amount of technology for $3.50)
: )

You have inspired me to hook it up and start saving images. Thanks!

7:49 AM  
Blogger Darren said...

Those with problems, check: QX3 Top Technical Issues. OS X users might like miXscope (though I think the 1.3 version I have was free).

7:54 AM  
Blogger Jen said...

Gorgeous stuff. I love the abstract, extreme close-ups, especially of the prescription drugs. Keep it coming.

8:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry, that's not an aphid, but a thrip, order thysanoptera

8:57 AM  
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