|Offer; W. Gilet and Splash Jacket by Jo Sampson - Sun 29th Jul, 9:06pm|
I have a couple of items of (women's) kit which are doing nobody any good sitting in a drawer under my bed.
Spartan Gilet, Medium. Fleece, with splashproof back. First & Third Trinity printed on back. Cat & Buns (& Mercer logo) embroidered on front.
Spartan Splash Jacket, Small. Cat & Buns (& Mercer logo) embroidered on front.
If you are interested please contact me by email. I'm happy to give them away for the price of postage, or free collection from London.
|Internet Explorer 9 by Neil T - Wed 22nd Feb 2012, 12:47pm|
|My computer decided to install IE9 of its own accord last night. The FaT website now looks weird and won't display any images (other websites seem unaffected). Can I do anything about this or is it something to do with old-style code having been rendered obsolete?|
[Yes yes, I know, "use Firefox/Chrome" etc.] (2 replies...)
|Rowing video quality by RTT - Mon 15th Mar 2010, 6:40pm|
|I suspect this issue has been tackled by many of us before, so I was hoping to gather suggestions and information into one place. |
The problem is simple to frame: What is the best and most practical way to take, process and display video of people rowing, assuming the camera is being used on a bike?
I know that using a tandem can have very positive effects on the raw video, but even then there is lots of shaking involved. How can this be reduced at time of capture? What tools do you / have you used to process the footage? What file types lend themselves best to storing and playing footage of rowing?
Please fire away with suggestions / further questions etc. and hopefully we'll gather a bit of a guide for anyone trying to video rowing in future. (4 replies...)
|Pedro at sea by Emma - Thu 11th Mar 2010, 11:46pm|
For anyone who would like to follow Pedro's progress in his Atlantic crossing, the website is www.onemillionstrokes.org.uk. After five days at sea the crew are coping well and making good progress of 60-70nm a day.
The daily blog is updated usually around 7pm - although unfortunately for avid blob-watchers the satellite tracker only updates sporadically about twice a day. Any messages left on the site will be relayed to the team and are really appreciated by the guys.
Emma (2 replies...)
|things in my room by Richard Sworder - Mon 7th Dec 2009, 3:47am|
|Firstly, I hope everybody had fun at the bop, and the post party in my room. I'm currently cleaning up, and have found a few things.|
Pair of black top man shoes
Black coat with two bike lights
FaT Hoody (Old style, has JPMorgan Sponsorship)
Let me know if it's yours and I'll arrange getting it back to you!
Swords (2 replies...)
|Who said physics wasn't useful? by Julijana - Thu 19th Nov 2009, 11:47pm|
|A friend of mine sent this to me via email. It's from a professor in DAMTP. Any "new" rigging worth trying? |
|And the winner is... by Emma - Thu 5th Nov 2009, 9:25pm|
|Number 94 - batch of Magog Muffin Co. Cambridge Blue muffins!!|
Number 134 - Overboard 25litre heavy duty yellow dry bag
Number 301 - Ready2Row "I'd Rather be on the River" novelty mug
Number 233 - Ready2Row see-through drybag for documents and valuables
Thanks guys - £101.02 raised!!
|Rowing as a group increases pain th by Allen - Sun 18th Oct 2009, 11:17am|
|I think we already knew this, but now it's published in a journal.|
|Lookalikes by RTT - Thu 8th Oct 2009, 1:47pm|
|North Pole Challenge by Amelia - Fri 18th Sep 2009, 6:24pm|
|Dan and I are planning an unsupported expedition to the geographic North Pole in spring 2010. If you are interested, check out our website North Pole Challenge.|