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the kit teaches users a little about programming as well as the basics of electronics. The post DIY kit lets you build your own wonderfully retro smartphone appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Want a cheap way of shooting right under the surface of water without having to buy a special housing for your camera? Alex over at I did a thing recently built himself a PVC periscope-style device for a total cost of around $10, and the results are great.Here’s a 5-minute video in which Alex shows how he built the thing and what it can do (note: there’s a tiny bit of strong language)
The last time we caught up with media artist Moritz Simon Geist was in 2012 when he revealed his extra large take on Roland's TR-808 drum machine, the wall-filling MR-808. Since then he's been working on his Sonic Robots project, again merging his passions for making music and robotics to create bots that play techno. Next month, four tracks will be released where the music is played entir
once a nail strip is loaded into the device, users tap once to set it in place, before the nail is easily hammered into the surface. The post this hammer makes grueling DIY work a thing of the past appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Storing camera gear seems to be a never-ending battle. Whether you want to admit to having too little space or too much gear, it almost always holds true that there are better ways to keep your gear organized.Ted Forbes of The Art of Photography has created a short video on DIY storage hacks for cameras and lenses. The video's title suggests Forbes mentions six different methods in 90 seconds, bu
just ninety minutes of building time lets you have copious amounts of fun organizing mini strandbeest races on the beach. The post build one of theo jansen’s world-renowned strandbeests for yourself with this mini DIY kit appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A truly mass-market (and widely adopted) at-home automatic film processing machine has yet to appear in the world of photography. Photographer Mark Webb didn’t want to wait around for one to show up, so he cobbled together one with his hardware and software knowledge. It’s called the Developist.Webb, who calls himself “an English bloke [working] in a garden shed”, says he
Not all Kickstarters need to be overly-ambitious projects with goals reaching six figures. Sometimes, they can be humble, affordable, and downright fun. Case in point is PinBox, a DIY pinhole camera from the Hamm Camera Company.The PinBox is a do-it-yourself 120 format 6x6 pinhole camera designed specifically to teach you how to make your own.This is the second crowdfunding effort from Hamm Camer
Filmmaker, photographer, and self-professed coffee addict Peter McKinnon has created his own rendition of the infamous selfie stick... on steroids. Meet the $10,000 Selfie Stick. This fun, gimmicky DIY creation is McKinnon's upgrade from the much-maligned (and for a time ubiquitous) pole used to hold a smartphone for self-portrait purposes.In his video of the project, McKinnon heads to the local
Over at The Slanted Lens, photographer Jay P. Morgan has some great tips for creating your own lighting setup at home. While Morgan has done a similar video before, now he's doing it again using LED lights. There are numerous advantages to LED lights. They're fairly inexpensive, for example, and they are continuous. In fact, you can get LED lights at your local home improvement store whic is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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