That's an attractive offer Rylangraston. I'm not the one to help you, but I hope you find a team. I like that option a lot better than charging people a penny -- it's worth more than that, not that you need to make billions. But there should be a good return on your efforts. Best of luck!
@rylangrayston Very cool! Would you be interesting in blogging about your progress here? It's a great to document your work, and also get some free technical advice and help from our community! If so, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get you set up.
I would love to prod i sized The hard ware side of this project.. but id want to build a team to pull that off.. so if any one wants to be on such a team contact me!
Another option would to be a forced donation of 0.01 dollors, to use the pro version of the soft ware.
It would still be open but I like the idea of implementing this becuse it would get people past the fact that they dont donate becuse there to lazzy. I think that if people are foced to go thrue the process of donateing a cent they will probably choose to donate the recomended 5 dollors.
This could be a great funding modle for open projects. Just like it has been for some music artists!
I built this rig supper cheap because it just a beta revision to code on.
This is def a labour of love ! ... For my brother Nathan Grayston actualy. He is into film
and we have lots of ideas we cant do without this rig! Many of them reqire complex actions
inbetween time lapse frames, there are some things you just cant with the avalible closed software systems avaible, Altho I commend dragon frame for suporting Arduino!, it still isnt a solution for us.
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