Fraggboy wrote:I am waiting for the test results when the Neato runs first and then the Roomba. What if the Roomba collected just as much as the Neato? What would be the cause of that? I hope the OP will wait for 10 days like they did before their first test.
glnc222 wrote:Great data and photos. Apparently every vacuum picks up additional on a repeat run, at least on carpet, once noted on Dyson reviews. Greatest precision needs re-running Roomba and Neato after a Roomba run.
fore wrote:This is the most interesting thread here for a while; Kudos to pH03N1xM for your video and photos. Still not sure exactly how you made that video
Fraggboy wrote:Very professional editing..
pH03N1xM wrote:fore wrote:This is the most interesting thread here for a while; Kudos to pH03N1xM for your video and photos. Still not sure exactly how you made that video
Video was recorded with my mobile phone (Nokia N900) - because it had the most wider angle capture possibility (i tried my Canon digital video recorder and my Nikon D5000 with 18-105mm and 35mm lens - both was worse).
I got an mp4 file (848x480 resolution, approx 95 minutes), which one was converted to raw AVI.
The smudge/painting effect was done by Adobe After Effects using CC Time Blend effect. Parameters: Transfer: Darken and Accumulation 100,0%. Rendering took about 1-1.5 hour/robot. 6x speedup was made with VirtualDub (using fps to 125 fps and frame decimation by 6) and all was edited together again with Adobe After Effects. Whole fun took about a half day.
aubie wrote:It would seem to me, that the next logical test would be to run the Neato, then clean out the dust bin and filter and run it again. Then do the same for the Roomba.
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