Highspeed water drops photograhy revisited (dotnetcore and arduino)

Quite a while ago I’ve made some highspeed photos of water … ehm splashes. Things like http://blog.rdln.ro/highspeed-water-drops/. Which are, of course, absolutely impressive [1]Better yet, pay a visit to http://www.markusreugels.de.
I think his are the first photos of this kind I’ve ever seen and although I’ve pursued the project more out of technical curiosity, I did spent a lot of time looking at his really cool shots.
, but still needing some improvements. I remember having quite a bit of fun last time I was doing this (the required softaware/hardware setup was a DIY solution), so, why not set things up again and take another shot? [2]This and the following posts will focus on the technical solution and only to a lesser extent to photography.
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1. Better yet, pay a visit to http://www.markusreugels.de.
I think his are the first photos of this kind I’ve ever seen and although I’ve pursued the project more out of technical curiosity, I did spent a lot of time looking at his really cool shots.
2. This and the following posts will focus on the technical solution and only to a lesser extent to photography.

The right stuff, lacking of.

Kinda funny to watch. Sort of a second golden age of aviation development. All those top notch 3rd generation fighters, 4th gens on the drawing boards, and generally everybody trying to put in practice something new. Sure, a lot of failed projects, but the successes were quite inspiring. Still a quite a balls-out attitude among (sort of) many, (sort of small) entities (yet) – as everybody seemed willing to take a calculated risk to plan, design and put in practice a new idea.

Almost kinda make you remember how you were feeling a long time ago when considering being a programmer.

Totally unrelated: http://www.zoso.ro/silicon-valley-romanesc-executa-gandeste/http://www.forbes.com/sites/stephenmcgrath/2016/05/26/romanias-silicon-valley-has-an-innovation-problem