The Kinograph utilizes 3D-printed rollers to create an affordable system for digitizing 35, 16, and 8 mm films
Using AEO Sound software, it's possible to extract sound from an image of the frame's soundtrack
The Kinograph hard at work digitizing relics of the past
As the Raspberry Pi Foundation (RPF) has worked to make computing more accessible, it has helped pioneer new ways of using technology. We've seen the versatile, board-based Raspberry Pi enabling everything from robotic bartenders to doggie treat dispensers. The latest project featuring the Pi comes from Matthew Epler, whose Pi-powered Kinogarph digitizes old film stock at a fraction of the cost of conventional off-the-shelf systems.
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