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The following is taken in full from Section IX. Optics, Heat, and Electronics; Chapter 3. An Inexpensive X-ray Machine
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The Spiral Data Tato -- A Curiously Complex Origami CD Case - The World's Biggest Show & Tell - art, craft, diy With most origami models, you start with a piece of paper and move from step to step, making landmark creases and folding this part to that. And this model can be folded that way. Trouble is, the American letter paper version starts out dividing the width of the paper into nine even sections; the A4 version needs eleven even sections. I could show you how that works, but it involves math and a leap of logic or two and maybe 90% of the readers will click out at that point.
this is a DJ CD case turned upside down with 2 layers of masonite (pegboard with no holes). I run an acoustic guitar through all of these pedals to create "live loops" so i needed to have an extremely quiet sound with no low hum or buzz. i ran George L's audio cables and tons of 9volt power. i think this may be the most amount of pedals you can get into one space. Step 1: First is to start from scratch. multi layer pedal board for guitar~ - The World's Biggest Show & Tell - art, tech, diy
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How to Make a Talk Box on the Cheap
[CK] mintyCam Here are a few sample images I've taken with my MintyCams over the years. I'll try and update this page with new photos in the future. The picture above is a double exposure using the MintyCam first then shooting the same film through an underwater camera. Fujichrome Provia 100F film. Color photograph of a historic church in Massachusetts created with a MintyCam pinhole camera by Chris Keeney
During the 1970s, magazines published in Communist Czechoslovakia were controlled by the state, like the majority of other enterprises. Very few good magazines were available and were difficult to get hold of, so people would borrow and exchange them when given the opportunity. This also applied to magazines aimed at young people, which was probably one of the reasons why almost everyone from my generation, when we get on to the subject of pinhole cameras, has fond memories of the cut-out paper camera known as Dirkon*, published in 1979 in the magazine ABC mladých techniků a přírodovědců [An ABC of Young Technicians and Natural Scientists]. Its creators, Martin Pilný, Mirek Kolář and Richard Vyškovský, came up with a functional pinhole camera made of stiff paper, designed for 35 mm film, which resembles a real camera.
Lighthouse in a Tree
Today we are going to learn how to build a DIY light tent for product photography, for next to zero cost. Even saying it costs "$10" is a bit of a stretch, because you can probably build this mostly for free. The ten dollars assumes you cannot scrounge a cardboard box and some white tissue paper you have saved in the gift-wrap supplies box. You can get this stuff at an office supply store, but it is more fun to scrounge.