May 1, 2008 12:00 PM, BY STEPHANIE SILK
Sometimes the best art happens by accident, like these images from IQinVision IQeye cameras in California.
Home Tweet Home: John Ringwood, a former IQinVision engineer who was in charge of testing the imaging characteristics of IQeye cameras, caught this family photo in his backyard. It was shot from a window in his home into a tree where there was a family of nesting birds — the tree was approximately 50-60 feet away.
The Lightning Strikes: This motion-triggered image, taken automatically by an IQeye301 camera used by HPWREN located on Mount Laguna in San Diego County, captured a bolt of lightning making its mark. The High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network (HPWREN) is a National Science Foundation-funded network research project that creates, demonstrates and evaluates a non-commercial prototype high-performance wide-area wireless network in California.
A Morning Soar: The IQeye3 1.3 megapixel camera that snapped this picture of a hawk in its natural habitat was set up by HPWREN for the San Diego fire service as a means to visually inspect a large area of land for fire prevention and detection.
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