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Persistence of vision is an optical illusion, it works on a simple phenomenon how our day to day television works. MY first pov was six months before with arduino uno and with motor. However it is best to have a small and portable device that can be carried anywhere and image can be seen without any external motors or fan.

This small portable pov version uses attiny 85 ic, smaller variant of arduino uno that uses atmega 328 ic. This time, I made pov to give my sister as a gift .There are many tutorials on how to make pov but lot of them have tons of wires and motors and many a time uses the arduino uno board itself .so I thought, to come with no wire small pov with built in power source and a switch. By switching the internal crystal speed to 1 MHZ of attiny85, the image was seen more clearly without any motor. With proper camera shutter speed control the image can be seen nice and clear.

Paste the following URL into the field (use a comma to separate it from any URLs you’ve already added) https://raw.githubusercontent.com/damellis/attiny/ide-1.6.x-boards-manager/package_damellis_attiny_index.json

I made a shield to do this connection ,also added the atmega 328 support to the shield the shield is put straight on the arduino uno and you can do program without any wires and breadboard.

The making of pov was less than 4$ this is very cheap gift you can give to any loved one.small and can be taken anywhere.

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Persistence of vision is an optical illusion, it works on a simple phenomenon how our day to day television works. MY first pov was six months before with arduino uno and with motor. However it is best to have a small and portable device that can be carried anywhere and image can be seen without any external motors or fan.

This small portable pov version uses attiny 85 ic, smaller variant of arduino uno that uses atmega 328 ic. This time, I made pov to give my sister as a gift .There are many tutorials on how to make pov but lot of them have tons of wires and motors and many a time uses the arduino uno board itself .so I thought, to come with no wire small pov with built in power source and a switch. By switching the internal crystal speed to 1 MHZ of attiny85, the image was seen more clearly without any motor. With proper camera shutter speed control the image can be seen nice and clear.

Paste the following URL into the field (use a comma to separate it from any URLs you’ve already added) https://raw.githubusercontent.com/damellis/attiny/ide-1.6.x-boards-manager/package_damellis_attiny_index.json

I made a shield to do this connection ,also added the atmega 328 support to the shield the shield is put straight on the arduino uno and you can do program without any wires and breadboard.

The making of pov was less than 4$ this is very cheap gift you can give to any loved one.small and can be taken anywhere.

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Let's all be honest, animation works like magic. You're a wizard of the page. How does animation work though? Let's break it down into some detail so we can understand what dark arts we are drawing upon.

The prevailing idea for a long time was the persistence of vision was the reason animation worked. While it is partially true, now we understand that there is more in play than simply just persistence of vision.

Persistence of vision is the fact that your eyes seem to retain an image for a split second after the image has vanished from your view. It's kind of like when you look out a window on a sunny day and close your eyes real tight, you can still kind of see the basic shapes of what you were looking at. It's not that same exact principle since that has to do with light more and your retinas readjusting to the dark, but it's the same idea.

Remember those old bird and cage toys? Like this one that Johnny Depp's mom shows him in Sleepy Hollow.  Those are called thaumatropes. Don't worry that won't be on the final exam, those work by the principle of persistence of vision. Your eye retains that there is both a bird and a cage slightly after they switch images, causing the illusion that the bird is inside the cage when really they are two separate pictures.

Now in animation, we have a series of images that string together to make a movement. For a long time, people presumed it was because of the persistence of vision, that our mind would retain the frame for a split second as we blended it with the new frame to create the movement.

So you know when you're walking down the street and you blink and you're like; "Whoa, where did everything go?!" No? Well, that's good cause that'd be a huge pain and very scary. Luckily for us, our brain ignores all of those blinks so we don't constantly see a flash of black every few seconds.  A film camera works very similarly to a human eye , it has a rolling shutter that blocks out the picture while the image is changing. That way we only see the full frames and not any weird half frames as the film advances.

Persistence of vision is an optical illusion, it works on a simple phenomenon how our day to day television works. MY first pov was six months before with arduino uno and with motor. However it is best to have a small and portable device that can be carried anywhere and image can be seen without any external motors or fan.

This small portable pov version uses attiny 85 ic, smaller variant of arduino uno that uses atmega 328 ic. This time, I made pov to give my sister as a gift .There are many tutorials on how to make pov but lot of them have tons of wires and motors and many a time uses the arduino uno board itself .so I thought, to come with no wire small pov with built in power source and a switch. By switching the internal crystal speed to 1 MHZ of attiny85, the image was seen more clearly without any motor. With proper camera shutter speed control the image can be seen nice and clear.

Paste the following URL into the field (use a comma to separate it from any URLs you’ve already added) https://raw.githubusercontent.com/damellis/attiny/ide-1.6.x-boards-manager/package_damellis_attiny_index.json

I made a shield to do this connection ,also added the atmega 328 support to the shield the shield is put straight on the arduino uno and you can do program without any wires and breadboard.

The making of pov was less than 4$ this is very cheap gift you can give to any loved one.small and can be taken anywhere.




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