When John Sichi discovered a Mansfield Holiday Zoom movie camera on Yerdle, he was instantly transported back to a childhood of making home movies with his family. The camera was fully operational, but sadly the lens was damaged.  With the cost of parts, film, and development an unreasonable expense, John decided to digitise the camera … Continue reading →
We’ve covered 2D light-painting here before. This project takes things a step further: meet 3D holopainting. This project’s an unholy mixture of stop-motion, light-painting and hyperlapse from FilmSpektakel, a time-lapse and film production company in Vienna. It was made as part of a university graduation project. (With Raspberry Pis and Raspberry Pi camera boards, natch.) Getting this footage out was … Continue reading →
Liz: We talk a lot here about making, designing, and how computing is just as much a creative discipline as it is a technical one. There’s a weird dividing line in many people’s heads between creativity and technology. I hope that the projects we show you on this website demonstrate that there shouldn’t be. That … Continue reading →
A great motivator for us in developing the Raspberry Pi was bringing down the cost of computing. Nobody should be excluded from being able to learn about computing, or from using it for work or pleasure, by what’s in their pocket. The pricing of electronics means that some important and useful tools have historically been … Continue reading →