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Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: WLAN/LAN interface for Digital Cameras [was: Mini fisheye camera -- Gocam Hero Wide]

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  • Roger D. Williams
    Thank you, Carl. As usual, Prof. Dersch is several steps ahead of the rest of the world. This does require a camera that can be controlled remotely vis USB,
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      Thank you, Carl. As usual, Prof. Dersch is several steps ahead of the
      rest of the world.

      This does require a camera that can be controlled remotely vis USB,
      and the Hero GoPro camera is not quite that. But it makes fascinating
      reading.

      Roger W.


      On Fri, 27 Mar 2009 17:08:01 +0900, Carl von Einem <einem@...> wrote:

      > How about <http://webuser.hs-furtwangen.de/~dersch/>
      > -> Miscellaneous
      > Embedded Linux projects using the
      > Linksys NSLU2 Network Storage Link:
      > * WLAN/LAN interface for Digital Cameras
      >
      > Posted by: "Roger D. Williams"
      >> <tom_a_sparks@...> wrote:
      >>
      >>> > "Roger D. Williams" wrote:
      >>> >
      >>>> >>
      >>>> >> On Fri, 27 Mar 2009 07:45:24 +0900, tom_a_sparks wrote:
      >>>> >>
      >>>>> >> > "Roger D. Williams" wrote:
      >>>>> >> > the only crappy part is that the eye-fi only works in a router
      >>>>> >> > (infrastructure) network, not a ad-hoc network :(
      >>>>> >> > http://support.eye.fi/faq/general/#faq-360
      >>>>> >> >
      >>>>> >> > but depending your computer skill level you could install and
      >>>>> run
      >>>>> >> > router-like software on you mini-laptop
      >>>> >>
      >>>> >> Could one of those wireless LAN adaptors that are used to give
      >>>> >> mobile Internet access to all computers within the home via their
      >>>> >> Wi-Fi capability do the necessary to link the eye-Fi to my mini
      >>>> >> notebook? That would at least make the unit usable wherever there
      >>>> >> is a power outlet.
      >>> >
      >>> > yes, the other options is to use the internet sharing feature
      >>> > from what i understand is eye-fi needs a DNS, because it cant have a
      >>> > hard coded ip address
      >>> > i'll have to contact the makers eye-fi to comfirm
      >>
      >> I have found the Japanese site for eye-Fi and it gives very full
      >> details of the spec and limitations/system requirements. It is as
      >> you say. It needs a wireless LAN internet connection, l.e., a router.
      >> Ad hoc is impossible. Another item to carry around if you want to
      >> do things in, er, real time. Amusing really, the concept of all
      >> this real-time stuff needed to produce virtual reality. <grin>
      >
      >
      >
      >
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