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15 August

“Special Moments of American Solar Challenge 2012 (2 of 2)” produced by sunisthefuture.net

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Due to the limitation (less than 20 minutes) YouTube has placed on sunisthefuture channel at the moment, I had to split the “Special Moments of American Solar Challenge 2012” into two parts: part 1 is posted for August 14, 2012, and part 2 is posted for August 15, 2012, at http://sunisthefuture.net .  Hope you have/will enjoy viewing these two parts of first movie production (w/music) here at sunisthefuture.net , sharing the trials, tribulations,  joy, and exuberant energy of participants of American Solar Challenge 2012.   One thing is for certain: it is the cooperative spirit and perpetual optimism of solar energy enthusiasts/industry (also seen among ASC2012 participants) that had brought down the cost of solar energy this past decade.

It is with both pleasure and excitement that I’d like to unveil the video of today, “Special Moments of American Solar Challenge 2012  (2 of 2)”, for this is the first time for me  to use movie/video editing software.  I’ve learned that one needs to be relentless in cutting footage and meticulous in tapering the music at the beginning and ending of each segment.  I’ve even explored many sites online  for royalty free music (available at Pond5) and discovered that  background music makes tremendous difference in the final product. There is definitely still much more to be learned.  After spending much time editing  various footage, synchronizing and fading in or fading out of the music, and overcoming  frustration in having to deal with instability with certain movie making software, I’ve moved on to Adobe Premier Pro (much more reliable and time-saving).  But for the moment, take a look at this clip below and compare it to the twenty-six videos already uploaded at sunisthefuture Youtube Channel (footages prior to yours truly’s attempt at compositing and adding  of music) and either leave a comment below or email me at sunisthefuture@gmail.com to let me know of your preference or suggestions.  Without further ado, let’s share these very special moments, below:

In the “Special Moments of American Solar Challenge 2012″, I selected only the most memorable moments (such as University of Michigan’s hydroplaning experience, Oregon State University’s picking up a cat and named it Tesla (in 1 of 2), Illinois State University’s encountering Ohio state police and receiving donuts in exchange for wearing hats, Principia College’s breaking their own record on speed of repair work, etc.) that occurred during this solar car race;those of you who were interviewed may still be able to find the uncut and uncomposited versions at sunisthefuture Youtube Channel.  Please be very forgiving of my first time working with Adobe Premier Pro.  Nevertheless, I am  pleased with the fact that I can actually refer to myself as a producer, for the first time, in sharing these special moments of energized solar enthusiasts…driven by the magical dust of  sunshine.

Be sure to also check out the part 1 of 2 of “Special Moments of American Solar Challenge 2012” posted on August 14, 2012, of http://sunisthefuture.net .

Any of your comments, suggestions, concerns, and questions are welcomed below or via sunisthefuture@gmail.com

written, interviewed, edited, and uploaded by sunisthefuture-Susan Sun Nunamaker & filmed by Michael Nunamaker and Susan Sun Nunamaker.
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14 August

“Special Moments of American Solar Challenge 2012 (1 of 2)” produced by sunisthefuture.net

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It is with both pleasure and excitement that I’d like to unveil the video of today, “Special Moments of American Solar Challenge 2012 (1 of 2) posted under August 14, 2012 and (2 of 2) will be posted under August 15, 2012) “, for this is the first time for me  to use movie/video editing software.  I’ve learned that one needs to be relentless in cutting footage and meticulous in tapering the music at the beginning and ending of each segment.  I’ve even explored many sites online  for royalty free music and discovered that  background music makes tremendous difference in the final product. There is definitely still much more to be learned.  After spending much time editing  various footage, synchronizing and fading in or fading out of the music, and overcoming  frustration in having to deal with instability with certain movie making software, I’ve moved on to Adobe Premier Pro (much more reliable and time-saving).  But for the moment, take a look at this clip below and compare it to the twenty-six videos already uploaded at sunisthefuture Youtube Channel (footages prior to yours truly’s attempt at compositing and adding  of music) and either leave a comment below or email me at sunisthefuture@gmail.com to let me know of your preference or suggestions.  In the “Special Moments of American Solar Challenge 2012”, I selected only the most memorable moments (such as University of Michigan’s hydroplaning experience, Oregon State University’s picking up a cat and named it Tesla, Illinois State University’s encountering Ohio state police and receiving donuts in exchange for wearing hats, Principia College’s breaking their own record on speed of repair work, etc.) that occurred during this solar car race;those of you who were interviewed may still be able to find the uncut and uncomposited versions at sunisthefuture Youtube Channel.  Please be very forgiving of my first time working with Adobe Premier Pro.  Nevertheless, I am  pleased with the fact that I can actually refer to myself as a producer, for the first time, in sharing these special moments of energized solar enthusiasts…driven by the magical dust of  sunshine.  I would also like to thank my hubby Michael Nunamaker for being very helpful in playing the part of  a camera man and technical support whenever I needed an extra hand.  Of course, this short film would not have been possible without all of those who sponsored and participated in American Solar Challenge 2012 (July 14, 2012-July 21, 2012).   I look forward to producing more films for solar energy events in the future.  Finally, due to the fact that I was learning to use 4-5 different pieces of software these past few days, I had to delay posting quite a few articles until the coming week. Keep checking because there will be quite a few new articles about various aspects of progress made in solar energy industry.  Without further ado, “Special Moments of American Solar Challenge 2012 (1 of 2)”, below, and “Special Moments of American Solar Challenge 2012 (2 of 2) will soon follow (will be posted on August 15, 2012 at http://sunisthefuture.net):


This is a composite of most special moments of American Solar Challenge (ASC) 2012, filmed near the finish line, the Capitol Building of St. Paul, MN., on July 21, 2012.  Footage are filmed mostly by Michael Nunamaker (segment on driver Larry Chan of University of MN is filmed by Susan Sun Nunamaker), interviewed, edited, and uploaded by Susan Sun Nunamaker of Sun Is The Future at http://sunisthefuture.net of Susan Sun Nunamaker. This is a project out of appreciation and belief in solar energy as the most promising CLEAN energy for the future of earthlings. We would like to share the trials, tribulations, and special moments of all participating schools (University of Michigan, Iowa State University, Western Michigan University, Principia College, MIT, CalSol/University of CA-Berkeley, University of Minnesota, Oregon State University, Illinois State University, Montreal Polytechnique, New Paltz/State Universtiy of NY, Michigan State University) students, and alumni during the American Solar Challenge (ASC) of 2012.  The film has demonstrated the enthusiasm, cooperative spirit, and perpetual optimism pervasive among those involved with solar energy/industry. This is a car race of the most special kind, running on solar energy. We look forward to many more years of covering this special race.

For your viewing pleasure, I have edited/combined 26 videos in order to complete this film. Due to the purchased royalty free music added, this particular film will be under the Standard YouTube License rather than the Creative Commons License.  I hope you will enjoy viewing it. If you’d like to get hold of the video under Creative Commons License, the original (uncomposited, without music) 26 video clips can be found at sunisthefuture YouTube Channel at:    http://www.youtube.com/user/sunisthefuture?feature=results_main

“Special Moments of American Solar Challenge 2012 (2 of 2)” will be posted under August 15, 2012.
Again, any of your comments, questions, suggestions, concerns will be welcomed below or via sunisthefuture@gmail.com

P.S. If any of you have any learning experience from working with Adobe After Effects, I’d appreciate any pointer or helpful links. Thank you.

~have a bright and sunny day~

written, edited, and posted by sunisthefuture-Susan Sun Nunamaker,
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23 July

Stage 5 and Overall Final Result of American Solar Challenge (ASC) 2012

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Here are the results of Stage 5 and Overall Final Results of American Solar Challenge (ASC) 2012 you’ve been waiting for.  July 21, 2012, was the end of the Stage 5 and overall American Solar Challenge (ASC) 2012, right in front of the Capitol Building of St. Paul, MN.  Even though there’s been rain during the early part of the day, the sky had cleared and the sun was welcomed by all participants and supporters of American Solar Challenge (ASC) 2012 around noon.

Capitol Building at St. Paul, MN, on July 21, 2012, the finish point of American Solar Challenge (ASC) 2012

Stage 5 Results

Team # and Name LaCrosse Start 7/21 St. Paul Finish 7/21 Stage 5 Penalty Time Stage 5 Elapsed Time
35 – Minnesota 09:05:00 12:58:57 00:00:00 03:53:57
32 – Principia 09:02:00 13:31:11 00:00:00 04:29:11
254 – CalSol 09:03:00 13:28:17 00:12:00 04:37:17
9 – Iowa State 09:01:00 13:50:42 00:00:00 04:49:42
2 – Michigan 09:00:00 14:23:55 00:00:00 05:23:55
20 – Western Michigan 09:05:00 14:36:52 00:00:00 05:31:52
256 – Oregon State 09:04:00 15:21:35 00:01:00 06:18:35
5 – Illinois State 09:07:00 Trailer 05:48:54 12:48:54
55 – Montreal 09:06:00 Trailer 04:38:15 11:38:15
28 – New Paltz 09:09:00 Trailer 06:27:42 13:27:42
4 – MIT 09:11:00 Trailer 07:08:48 14:08:48

Last updated 7/21/12 – 22:00 Central. Times given as hh:mm:ss.

Univ of MN team (with their solar car & mascot) was the first to arrive at the finish line of Stage 5

These photo images are photographed by sunisthefuture-Susan Sun Nunamaker at http://sunisthefuture.net.

Images are under Creative Commons with Attribution (just mention photographed by sunisthefuture-Susan Sun Nunamaker at http://sunisthefuture.net)

 

 

 

Principia College, the liberal arts college of about 500 students consistently overcame all challenges

 

 

 

CalSol/Univ of CA-Berkeley team running to greet their solar car

Iowa State University's Hyperion returning to the finish line, with its team members running along side of it

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Univ of MI, came in first from Stage 1-4, and is the winner of overall American Solar Challenge (ASC) 2012

 

 

 

 

Western Michigan University zoomed into the finish line in its golden chariot

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oregon State University solar car, escorted by its enthusiastic team members

 

 

 

 

Illinois State University completing the race, cheered on by supporters. This is also the team that was stopped by OH state trooper along their journey.

 

 

 

 

Montreal Polytechnique Esteban arriving, with its fluttering flag above

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUNY's New Paltz, a 2nd year participant, learned a great deal and appreciated support from other teams

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MIT's Chopper Del Sol encountered a moderate crash on second day, but team members repaired parts and persevered to the end

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We will continue to upload our photos & video interviews onto: sunisthefuture channel at Youtubesusansunnunamaker’s channel at Youtube in the coming week, sharing much lessons learned and stories experienced.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Overall Final Results

Team # and Name Stage 1 Time Stage 2 Time Stage 3 Time Stage 4 Time Stage 5 Time Total Elapsed Time Miles Credited
2 – Michigan 04:13:29 10:32:55 12:26:15 11:59:47 05:23:55 44:36:21 1652.80
9 – Iowa State 04:22:34 16:03:25 14:02:33 15:36:49 04:49:42 54:55:03 1652.80
32 – Principia 05:26:59 14:22:48 17:12:00 14:18:31 04:29:11 55:49:29 1652.80
254 – CalSol 05:34:35 15:32:19 16:04:08 15:33:46 04:37:17 57:22:05 1652.80
35 – Minnesota 04:32:09 13:25:16 22:01:03 17:00:52 03:53:57 60:53:17 1572.45
256 – Oregon State 5:56:04 17:07:27 16:30:44 31:11:09 06:18:35 77:03:59 1390.05
5 – Illinois State 06:12:05 23:57:36 29:33:27 29:54:57 12:48:54 102:26:59 911.80
20 – Western Michigan 05:10:14 35:54:12 24:18:45 32:07:57 5:31:52 103:03:00 886.80
55 – Montreal 07:21:18 32:25:12 28:46:39 28:58:57 11:38:15 109:10:21 829.35
28 – New Paltz 08:54:39 30:48:12 28:03:03 35:25:57 13:27:42 116:39:33 727.70
4 – MIT 05:27:05 47:10:06 39:49:33 16:00:52 14:08:48 122:36:24 854.65

Last updated 7/21/12 – 23:37 Central. Times given as hh:mm:ss.

~have a bright and sunny day~

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20 July

American Solar Challenge Stage 4 Result, Bill Gates & Steven Chu’s Discussion on Energy

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Here is a quick post on the outcome of Stage 4 of American Solar Challenge 2012, below (University of Michigan-First; Principia College-Second;CalSol-UC Berkeley-Third):

Team # and Name Normal Start 7/19 Verona Arrival 7/19 LaCrosse Finish 7/20 Stage 4 Penalty Time Stage 4 Elapsed Time
2 – Michigan 09:00:00 14:23:10 12:43:47 00:16:00 11:59:47
32 – Principia 09:02:00 16:21:44 15:16:31 00:02:00 14:18:31
254 – CalSol 09:03:00 16:31:04 16:30:46 00:03:00 15:33:46
9 – Iowa State 09:01:00 15:22:27 16:26:49 00:10:00 15:36:49
4 – MIT 09:10:00 15:33:23 16:04:52 00:56:00 16:00:52
35 – Minnesota 09:05:00 16:57:01 17:58:52 0:02:00 17:00:52
55 – Montreal 09:05:00 Trailer 10:58:57 28:58:57
5 – Illinois State 09:06:00 Trailer 11:54:57 29:54:57
256 – Oregon State 09:04:00 Trailer 13:11:09 31:11:09
20 – Western Michigan 09:04:00 Trailer 14:07:57 32:07:57
28 – New Paltz 09:08:00 Trailer TBD 18:00:00

Last updated 7/20/12 – 23:37 Central. Times given as hh:mm:ss.

More video clips will continue to be uploaded at
sunisthefuture channel & susansunnunamaker’s channel at Youtube


Remember that Stage 5 will be completed on July 21, 2012, between
La Crosse, WI to St. Paul, MN

  • Stage 5 will start on July 21st at Western Technical College, 750 Badger St (Parking Lot D), La Crosse, WI 54601
  • Finish on July 21st at Minnesota State Capitol, MLK Boulevard, St. Paul,
    MN 55155.
    Finish line closes at 4pm.

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Now that I’ve gotten your attention, I would also like to take this opportunity to share a video clip of a discussion/interview involving two leaders of our energy world, Mr. Bill Gates and Secretary of Department of Energy Steven Chu in discussing how America can meet and prosper from 21st century global energy challenges (moderated by John Podesta during the ARPA-E2012 Summit), below.


 

I would also like to share another important incentive policy for renewable/solar energy, Feed-In-Tariff (please click) that would help to speed up our transition into renewable energy age.

~have a bright and sunny day~

Gathered, written, and posted by sunisthefuture-Susan Sun Nunamaker

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18 July

Stage 2 & Stage 3 Results of American Solar Challenge 2012

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Here are the Stage 2 (July 15-16, 2012: Erie, PA to Mansfield, OH and Mansfield, OH to Ann Arbor, MI) and Stage 3 (July 17-18, 2012: Ann Arbor, MI to Kalamazoo, MI and Kalamazoo, MI to Normal, IL) Results of American Solar Challenge (ASC) 2012, below:

ASC2012 Stage 2 Results: University of Michigan-First;University of Minnesota-Second;Principia College-Third

Team # and Name Erie Start 7/15 Mansfield Arrival 7/15 Ann Arbor Finish 7/16 Penalty Time Stage 2 Elapsed Time
2 – Michigan 09:00:00 14:20:38 11:31:55 00:01:00 10:32:55
35 – Minnesota 09:02:00 16:01:45 14:23:16 00:02:00 13:25:16
32 – Principia 09:04:00 16:38:10 15:22:48 00:00:00 14:22:48
254 – CalSol 09:02:00 16:47:14 16:31:19 00:01:00 15:32:19
9 – Iowa State 09:01:00 16:03:25 00:00:00 16:03:25
256 – Oregon State 09:07:00 16:55:27 00:12:00 17:07:27
5 – Illinois State 09:08:00 Trailer 05:57:36 23:57:36
28 – New Paltz 09:10:00 Trailer 12:48:12 30:48:12
55 – Montreal 09:09:00 Trailer 14:25:12 32:25:12
20 – Western Michigan 09:03:00 Trailer 17:54:12 35:54:12
4 – MIT 09:05:00 Trailer 29:10:06 47:10:06

Last updated 7/16/12 – 23:50 Eastern. Times given as hh:mm:ss.

ASC2012 Stage 3 Results:  University of Michigan-First;Iowa State University-Second;Principia College-Third  

Team # and Name Ann Arbor Start 7/17 Kalamazoo Arrival 7/17 Normal Finish 7/18 Penalty Time Stage 3 Elapsed Time
2 – Michigan 09:00:00 13:02:09 13:14:15 00:12:00 12:26:15
9 – Iowa State 09:03:00 13:29:33 14:57:33 00:10:00 14:02:33
32 – Principia 09:02:00 14:15:17 17:57:00 00:15:00 17:12:00
254 – CalSol 09:04:00 15:08:08 17:02:08 00:02:00 16:04:08
256 – Oregon State 09:05:00 14:30:12 17:18:44 00:12:00 16:30:44
35 – Minnesota 09:01:00 13:35:20 Trailer 04:01:03 22:01:03
5 – Illinois State 09:06:00 Trailer 11:33:27 29:33:27
28 – New Paltz 09:07:00 Trailer 12:12:09 30:12:09
20 – Western Michigan 09:06:00 14:26:34 Trailer 06:18:45 24:18:45
55 – Montreal 09:05:00 Trailer 10:46:39 28:46:39
4 – MIT 09:09:00 14:22:40 Trailer 11:35:33 29:35:33

Last updated 7/18/12 – 23:40 Central. Times given as hh:mm:ss.


Next stage, Stage 4, will start on July 19-20, 2012: Normal, IL to Verona, WI and Verona, WI to La Crosse, WI

  • Stage Start on July 19th at Illinois State University, 210 N School St (Parking Lot F67), Normal, IL 61761
  • Checkpoint on July 19th at Reddan Soccer Park, 6874 Cross Country Road , Verona, WI 53593. Checkpoint opens at 11am and closes at 5:45pm.
  • Stage Stop on July 20th at Western Technical College, 750 Badger St (Parking Lot D), La Crosse, WI 54601

Final stage, Stage 5, will start on July 21, 2012: La Crosse, WI to St. Paul, MN

  • Stage Start on July 21st at Western Technical College, 750 Badger St (Parking Lot D), La Crosse, WI 54601
  • Finish on July 21st at Minnesota State Capitol, MLK Boulevard, St. Paul, MN 55155.Finish line closes at 4pm.

 

*Some of the interviews with various American Solar Challenge 2012 teams have already been loaded up to sunisthefuture channelsusansunnunamaker’s channel at Youtube (and more will be uploaded as the week continues), so  be sure to check them out!

More videos will be available in future posts.  Any of your comments, suggestions, questions, and concerns will be welcomed at sunisthefuture@gmail.com

~have a bright and sunny day~

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16 July

Photo Coverage of American Solar Challenge 2012

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This post will be a continuing reporting on American Solar Challenge (ASC) 2012.  Since many of the ASC teams have displayed tremendous amount of team effort, enthusiasm, and support from their schools, community, and alumni, Sun Is The Future would like to take this opportunity to share images of these special moments that were necessary in order to make the ASC solar car race possible, moments of cooperative team spirit, of ingenuity in solving problems, of willingness to do what it takes to carry the torch toward our Renewable and Solar Energy Age….

Hope you will enjoy these photos below, all under ( Creative Commons with attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net).

More interviews/videos with various team members will be coming in future posts. Until then,

~have a bright and sunny day~

written, photographed, and posted by sunisthefuture-Susan Sun Nunamaker, sunisthefuture@gmail.com

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University of Michigan students unloading their solar car Quantum. Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker of www.sunisthefuture.net

 

 

Illinois State University students were the first to arrive at display area (Rochester Institute of Technology) Creative Commons w/attribution:photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

MIT students discussing what to do next, this is a team with many students on their solar car team.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

Oregon State University students & alumnus with their sharp looking orange solar car. Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

Principia College, a Liberal Arts College with only 500 students (and no Engineering College), have shown up/qualified in both World Solar Challenge 2011 in Australia and American Solar Challenge 2012 as a school with tremendous cooperative spirit and community support.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

University of Minnesota students discussing various issues involved in setting up for their display. Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

Oregon State University students preparing for their display tent.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

Michigan State University student guarding their solar car at the display area (Rochester Institute of Technology). Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

The other side of Illinois State University's charging team spirit, students and professors alike, to make this solar race possible.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

a good look of Oregon State University solar car.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

Iowa State University solar car charging from the sun.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

University of Michigan students solving mechanical issues during the move.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

MIT students overlooking their Chopper Del Sol solar car engine for final check.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

Principia College students also received warm reception from their alumnus (who proudly commented that for Principia College students, "sky is the limit").Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

Charging moments/minutes for University of Minnesota solar car Sunpower.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

Let's get a closer look of the Illinois State University's solar car.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

Michigan State University with the new venture in solar race and alumnus and students anticipating solar future opportunities in our renewable energy age/world.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

MIT's Solar Electric Vehicle Team's beautiful Chopper Del Sol solar car.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

Illinois State University students carefully deal with every step of setting up for their display.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

Iowa State University solar car Hyperion charging from the sun.Creative Commons w/attribution: photographed by Susan Sun Nunamaker at www.sunisthefuture.net

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