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DIHYDROGEN MONOXIDE! DIHYDROGEN MONOXIDE in its horrific SOLID FORM! FALLING! FROM! THE! SKY! Only DASA (the Delaware Aeronautics and Snow Administration) has the technology to measure this phenomenon accurately...
@boutell of P'unk Avenue coded this. Have a peek at the source code (no, I don't usually write PHP anymore). HTML5 video is generated with ffmpeg. (IE users: use IE9 or better.)
Jill's equipment: "EVERYTHING I NEED IN THE UNIVERSE is a Logitech C270 cheapo webcam, a new sexy piece of software called Willing Webcam v.5.53, and this cheapie refurbed lappy I bought of off Woot.com for $299. And this paddle game."
The snowflake in the graph is a photomicrograph of an actual snowflake taken by Wilson Bentley circa 1902.
Tonight Jill's bucket is in Hardwick, NJ, where Senior DASA Fellow Jay can assist Jill in obtaining high-quality metrics.