Watch as National Geographic magazine staffers demonstrate how to create your own room-size camera obscura. Thanks to: Marc Silver, Amanda Fiegl, David Brind…
I really want to do this some day!!
room #pinhole camera 😉
Just did this today so much fun!!
Making Your Own Room With a View
I was wondering at first why one would cover up such a beautiful view. Then
i dont get it 😐
@blackbirdflight doesnt work on the moon or underwater :/
How does the image get turned upside down??
We are using one of the huge science classrooms at my school to do this.
It’s so cool @_@
I have to try this!!! Unfortunately my room is a dark blue, so I will try
this on a small scale instead.
@princeofexcess Why wouldn’t duct tape work underwater?
Are you sure, because I haven’t seen any evidence for it. I don’t really
want to waste a precious afternoon ruining my window…
how the hell? =O
@mourajini That’s 8th grade physical science not physics >.>
what ! iso4000 and 30s, thats same as a dark room for human eyes
i would like to see other views of the room
Thanks to Ibn al-Haytham
the title should be making your own room with the upside down view
@WookieeCookies What do u mean by NO WONDER” ? is it possible ?
@ixivietqtixi this is pinhole phtotgraphy, ecxcept super sized ;D
now i know how to watch porn without a camera or a pc……… ^_^
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