Caleb Kruse @clkruse

http://www.theicecreamexpedition.com/

Leap Motion. National Geographic Young Explorer. Stanford Aspiring Marine Biologist?

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Moonrise over the Painted Ladies
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Moonrise over the Painted Ladies

Whales! 🐋
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Whales! 🐋

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🎃

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Launching a weather balloon with @shepkruse to 85,000 feet for a stratospheric view of the moon's shadow streaking across the earth during the 2017 solar eclipse #solareclipse #natgeoexplorers
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Launching a weather balloon with @shepkruse to 85,000 feet for a stratospheric view of the moon's shadow streaking across the earth during the 2017 solar eclipse #solareclipse #natgeoexplorers

Another try on insect macro. More vibrant color, but not as sharp.
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Another try on insect macro. More vibrant color, but not as sharp.

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Playing with macro insect photography. What you can't see here is the time spent washing and fluffing the hair on the bee 😄
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Playing with macro insect photography. What you can't see here is the time spent washing and fluffing the hair on the bee 😄

Pikes Peak Marathon was great! Now off to Glendo, WY for the eclipse.
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Pikes Peak Marathon was great! Now off to Glendo, WY for the eclipse.

One Raspberry Pi, two arduinos, two radio communication systems, five cameras, and six sensors all onboard a balloon to see the eclipse from 100,000 ft #natgeoexplorers
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One Raspberry Pi, two arduinos, two radio communication systems, five cameras, and six sensors all onboard a balloon to see the eclipse from 100,000 ft #natgeoexplorers

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Playing around with optical flow for motion tracking. Feels magical when the points stick to the object.
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Playing around with optical flow for motion tracking. Feels magical when the points stick to the object.

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