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-====== Sunshine Wallpaper ====== 
-Watching Danny Boyle's movie [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunshine_%282007_film%29|Sunshine]] prompted me to attempt my own implementation of the solar observation room seen in the movie. My implementation uses live imagery from the [[http://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/|NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory]]. 
-===== version 1 ===== 
-{{ :sunshine:sunshinewallpaper.jpg?300|}} 
-  * [[http://www.airwebreathe.org.uk/sunshine/sunshine-uv.sh.txt|sunshine-uv.sh]] 
-  * [[http://www.airwebreathe.org.uk/sunshine/sunshine-visible.sh.txt|sunshine-visible.sh]] 
-Version 1 of my solar observatory is a bash script which uses wget and ImageMagick to download and combine together images of the sun at various wavelengths to produce a wallpaper image. If the script is triggered as a cron job, to execute every 10 minutes, the wallpaper will stay up-to-date. 
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-Install the script in a location where temporary files and the resultant file can be created. 
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-===== version 2 ===== 
-Version 2 will improve upon version 1 by using SDO imagery in the raw FITS format with contains 16-bits per channel intensity. This will provide a much greater dynamic range in the input data which I can use as a source for bloom and lens flare effects. 
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-I'm particular interested in making an implementation of this technique: 
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-  * [[http://www.mpi-inf.mpg.de/resources/lensflareRendering/|Physically-Based Real-Time Lens Flare Rendering]]. 
-  * [[https://graphics.tudelft.nl/Publications-new/2013/LE13/PracticalReal-TimeLens.pdf|Practical Real-Time Lens Flare]] 
-===== Movie Screenshots ===== 
-{{gallery>sunshine:movie:}} 
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-===== Venus Transit 2012 ===== 
-{{:sunshine:transit.gif}} 
  
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