11 Aug '17, 6pm

Hackaday Prize Entry: FabDoc is Version Control for Project Images

With FabDoc a camera automatically records the physical development process, allowing the developer to focus on work and review later. The images from the camera are treated as pre-commits. Upon review, the developer selects relevant key images (ignoring dead ends or false starts) and commits them. It’s a version control and commit system for the physical part of the development process. The goal is to remove the burden of stopping the work process in order to take pictures, automatically record the development process and attach it to a specific project, and allow easy management of which images to commit.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2017/08/11/hackaday-prize-entry-fabdo...

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