How To Turn A Pumpkin Into A Film Camera


Thu, Nov 4th, 2010 20:00 by capnasty NEWS

Once we understand how technology works, it ceases to be magical and, instead, transmutes into the common, the everyday, that everyone knows knowledge. Here's an example of that: Claire O'Neill and Mito Habe-Evans, from National Public Radio, have taken the concept of a pinhole camera and instead of carving their usual Jack-O-Lantern this year, they carved a working camera oscura out of a pumpkin.

How To Turn A Pumpkin Into A Camera from NPR on Vimeo.



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