HARISON Fitness Best Exercise Bike Cardio & Strength Equipment

Posted by 25 days ago (https://www.harisonfitness.com/?ref=harisonfitness)

Description: Harison Fitness was founded in 1996 in the United States. In the early days, we are mainly OEM for American local brands, manufacturing aerobic fitness equipment and bar dumbbell equipment. In 1998, we began to develop and manufacture electric treadmills and paddling equipment, and provide them to professional sports teams. Later, we focused on the research and development and manufacturing of commercial gym equipment, cooperated with many health clubs in the United States for a long time, and provided professional aerobic exercise and strength exercise equipment. We have professional research institutions such as “Aerobics Research Institute, Strength Training Research Institute, Functional Flexible Strength Research Institute, Dynamic Balance Laboratory” and so on. Since our development, Harison has become a global comprehensive fitness brand integrating professional fitness technology, fitness equipment R&D and manufacturing, professional fitness training. HARISON has more than 20 years of R&D and operation experience in competitive sports, sports rehabilitation, ergonomics, and data interconnection, and provides a full range of technical services and solutions to gym lovers around the world.


Tag: exercise bike, workout bench, cardio, strength

The orientation of your camera in filmmaking

Posted by 16 days ago (https://www.dzofilm.com/Blog/)

Description: People, objects or an untidy background draw attention away from your main subject and make film footage look unprofessional. If you don't have full control over the background or simply don't have enough space, you can remedy this with a lower aperture or a higher focal length. This gives you a shallower depth of field and allows you to keep your main subject in focus while blurring the background. As a result, disturbing elements in the background are no longer particularly noticeable.

The orientation of your camera

Alignment is arguably the most important foundation of composition. If you neglect these, it will be difficult to get a professional look. You should make sure that your camera is aligned parallel to the horizon or parallel to objects in the picture. You can easily check this by displaying a grid line in the camera.

Then you align it so that it is parallel to the scene. Of course you can make corrections in post-processing at any time, but you have to crop the image to rotate the image afterwards, which may result in a bit of quality loss. So make sure to position the camera at the right angle when filming. Of course you can also make exceptions here if you want to be more creative with your recordings or use a special angle. However, if you aim for a steady shot, pay attention to the orientation of your camera.


Tag: filmmaking, cinematography


Posted by 18 days ago (https://www.dzoptics.com/en/blog/the-future-developing-trends-for-machine-vision-b222.html)

Description: The challenge with 3D machine vision is to be “vulnerable to disturbances and small errors.” For example, consider the task of picking up parts that are stacked separately in a parts box. The inside of the parts box is photographed with 3D machine vision, and the parts that can be acquired by the robot by image processing are identified. At this time, if the position of the lighting that illuminates the parts is changed as a disturbance and the amount of light is changed, a problem may occur in which the parts that were previously visible in 3D machine vision cannot be seen. Lighting is such an important factor for 3D machine vision, and if the conditions are broken by some kind of disturbance, the implemented algorithms cannot handle it, and the system may not be viable. Strictly speaking, all the parts in the parts box have different shapes. This is because each part has small scratches and slight dimensional errors. If the parts are aligned neatly, there is often no effect even if there is such a difference, but it may not be possible to judge that the parts are correct depending on the angle and position of the parts in bulk. It is. In that case, parts that should be treated as normal products will be treated as abnormal products, and optimum production will not be possible.


Tag: machine vision