Category Archives: wireless image sensor networks

The auto adjust exposure from ufraw.

The pictures I receive from the biologists are in raw format.  This is good as it allows for tweaking before you put the picture in a more friendly format like jpeg or png.  I’ve been using a really cool tool … Continue reading

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The pictures are here!!!

A couple of weeks ago I received a zip file that contained pictures taken in the arctic.  They were very neatly organized in dated folders.  I received pictures from two cameras.  One of them was intended to test a special … Continue reading

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Paper: Reducing Power Consumption of Image Transmission over IEEE 802.15.4/ZigBee Sensor Network

Topic of interest: Energy consumption of image transmission in Wireless Sensor Networks. Approach: “Power reduction while transmitting images in WSN over IEEE 802.15.4/ZigBee by disabling MAC acks”.  Some additional control messages needed to be implemented in the application layer. year: … Continue reading

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