A few years ago at the the Virginia Film Festival I had fun watching some images that Sam Easterson had created by putting miniature cameras on animals. I was reminded of this recently when CJL sent me a link to images taken by Mr. Lee, a cat. Fun.
This sent me off on a search for other resources. So, I’ve made a list of a few I found. Most of them are for fun, but a there’s a science twist to the idea, too. Of course, I suspect there are other examples, perhaps some better than what I have listed here….
- Mr. Easterson’s Animal Vegetable Video (warning: Flash-heavy site);
- Mr. Lee’s Web site;
- National Geographic’s Crittercam Chronicles;
- Video from Tilly, a Golden Eagle;
- Weddell seals’ eye views underwater by Randall Davis (Texas A&M University at Galveston);
- There are YouTube versions, of course, where one can see wireless camera on boy and dog, dog camera, and [DOG-CAM] Test Episode (careful of the ending).
- The Virginia Film Festival site where one can find a link to the 2000 festival, “Animal Attractions.”