We can see water crown right after a water drop hits the water. So we have to take picture right after a water drop hits the water. It takes me about 20 milliseconds.
To do it in auto mode I use my camera with flash and Arduino. I use LDR and laser pointer to capture a water drop and IR led to trigger camera. The main thing is you have to capture a water drop while fooling down.
Here I’ll try to describe a few ways of waiting for asynchronous calls finish in AngularJS, from simplest to more complicated.
When we use
$http service, we can set two methods which will call only after http request, “success” and “error”
Partitions in PostgreSQL(and MySQL too :)) are very useful when we have to store large data dividing them by attribute for future works. In my case I have logs of working on projects, which are stored in partition for each project.
Using partitions in django project is not very difficult, but there is one issue with “returning id” for insert statement in database. Function, which will insert a record to right table, must return trigger, but not id of last record as django expects.
If you has error on firmware update and proposition to restart your camera and start update again, you have to
Algorithm for hard reset: