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Add Patterned Skins to 3D Prints with Hydro Dipping

Hydro dipping is the process of transferring images from hydrographic film onto nearly any 3D object by floating the image in a tub of water.
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The YouTuber’s Guide to Filming at Maker Faire

For visiting YouTubers, there are a few things, like basic etiquette and tips, to consider before you start filming at Maker Faire Bay Area.

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Quick Tip: Balance Your Overhead Camera Rig with Counterweights

How one YouTuber uses a tripod and a homebrewed camera rig to get overhead camera shots.
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Fan-Made Transformers Movie Celebrates Cosplay and Practical Effects

When Lior Molcho, saw that the Arizona Autobots group had over 20 members with costumes, he just knew he needed to film this.
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Control Your Camera Rig with the Blackmagic SDI Arduino Shield

Blackmagic’s new 3G-SDI Arduino shield will make automating your camera and photography rig easier than ever with SDI input and output.
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Watch This DIY Star Wars Trailer made with Cardboard and Straws

Watch this shot-for-shot DIY remake of the trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
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Snap Pictures with a Pinhole Camera from a Baking Sheet

Piekarski built a 35mm pinhole camera from a baking sheet. A pinhole camera uses a hole to allow light to shine onto film without a lens.
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Make a Kinograph to Digitize Film Reels

An open-source negative scanner for digitizing film.
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Virtual Reality to Push Limits of Storytelling at Sundance Film Festival

After decades of setbacks, false promises and unfulfilled expectations, virtual reality is finally on the tipping point of becoming a widely adopted technology and artistic medium—and it would appear filmmakers are… read more