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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)
London-based Tech Will Save Us has introduced two new educational toys today – a badge-making craft kit called Sew + Glow and a bike light kit dubbed Light Racer that makes use of wireless power to get your spokes glowing... Continue Reading Electronics kit lets kids build wirelessly powered wheel lights Category: Children Tags: Education Electronic STEM
You'd be forgiven for thinking the Nintendo Wii was dead and buried. After all, the console was discontinued back in 2013, but one publisher seems to think there's life in the old dog yet. ...
It’s been less than a week since Nikon announced their impending Z7 and Z6 cameras, and already we’re seeing articles by what should be respected outlets comparing these new Nikon mirrorless cameras to Sony’s Alpha series. It’s a logical comparison, for sure, but if you’re reading any articles that are making conclusions already, you’re wasting your time. It
With the release of Nikon’s new mirrorless camera and the impending release of Canon’s competitor, we are seeing the future of photography as we know it. However, in the response of some we are also seeing the demise of the community as a whole.Where passion and creativity once dominated the perceived agility of a camera, now spec sheets and Internet comment sections threaten to destroy the art a
British product designer Hans Ramzan has created a pocket-sized device that enables people to test themselves for HIV from the comfort of their own home. Read more
A "straight out of science fiction" liquid membrane developed by a team of Penn State mechanical engineers acts as a "reverse filter" that lets large objects through while blocking small ones. The self-healing, stabilized liquid material, which mimics many of the properties of a cell membrane, acts counter-intuitively as the polar opposite of a conventional sieve... Continue Reading "Rever
the lume traveler no. 1 combines the joy of outdoor life with the comfort of ones home. The post this aluminum camper comes with a panoramic open roof that lets you sleep under the stars appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
for the first time in thousands of years, four winners will be able to sleep in a custom-designed home along the ancient portion of the wall. The post airbnb now lets you spend the night on the great wall of china appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The Ultimate Lens Hood is a new camera accessory that helps you shoot through glass without reflections. It’s a versatile collapsing silicone cone that can stretch to fit all kinds of camera lenses.Creator Josh Smith says he got the idea for the ULH during a trip to Japan back in 2015 when he found that the photos he had taken from inside the many observation decks and towers he had visited


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