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Performance. Adrien Guérin Industrial & Interaction Designer. Hartz IV Möbel. Anouk-engl. If we don't, remember me. Thomas Thwaites: How I built a toaster. Cheap Projector from an Old Laptop Video. Male Speaker: Now that the technological age has been around for a while we begin accumulating a lot of old electronics that are setting around collecting dust.

Cheap Projector from an Old Laptop Video

One way to repurpose them is to up cycle them into something useful. As an example in this video I'm going to show you how to make a cheap projector using an old laptop an old overhead projector and some screw drivers. I'll be using an old laptop that someone gave me and an overhead projector that are brought of Craigslist for $30. Taking the laptop what our goal is, is to remove the screen from it. So as a first step it would be helpful if you could find a tear down of your laptop to help you figure out how to remove it, so you can either visit your manufactures website to see if they have it or you could Google the name of your computer and then add teardown to the end of the search query. However as long as you are careful this can be still be done even if you don't have a teardown guide. Animals - Paper Craft. Tonight i'm swimming to my favorite island, and i don't want to see you swimming behind.

December 15, 2009 buckminster fuller's plan for harlem [link here] Posted by eatingbark at 1:53 PM | Add a comment November 23, 2009 "the possibility of rearrangement of existing things" [detail from Aristide Antonas's KEG apartment project, via dpr-barcelona] Posted by eatingbark at 10:49 AM | Add a comment November 19, 2009 iakov chernikov Posted by eatingbark at 10:45 AM | Add a comment October 21, 2009 the church of solitude [Proposal for a cathedral for the recovery of solitude, buried into the bedrock of Manhattan Island, designed by Gaetano Pesce between 1974 and 1977, via DPR-Barcelona.

tonight i'm swimming to my favorite island, and i don't want to see you swimming behind

Posted by eatingbark at 12:07 PM | Add a comment September 28, 2009 lebbeus woods::the einstein tomb [as seen in Pamphlet Architecture #6 and posted by Lebbeus] Posted by eatingbark at 9:24 PM | Add a comment August 27, 2009 cybersyn. Dunny Art. Powers of Ten. Kanal von yorambauman. Imaginary Foundation. Stand-Up Economist. Help with my new routine: “When life gives you lemons…” December 4, 2013 I’d love your help with a new routine I’m working on called “When life gives you lemons…” The idea is to use this popular phrase to explain different branches of economics, in the same way that a different popular phrase was used in my not-safe-for-work “S*** Happens” video.

Stand-Up Economist

For an example, consider the difference between [...] Cartoon Climate Change page notes November 26, 2013 This is a working document, so additions or edits are welcome! New draft of Cartoon Climate Change… complete book! November 25, 2013 Here’s the latest draft, which covers the entire book, as a 15-meg 2-to-a-page PDF. New draft of Cartoon Climate Change Chapters 1-11 October 12, 2013 Here’s the latest draft, which covers Parts 1 and 2, as a 1-to-a-page PDF or as a 2-to-a-page PDF. In the news October 7, 2013 The Economist on climate science: Stubborn things and Hot air: Are models that show the economic effects of climate change useless?

In the news. Street Training in Berlin.