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AntiKythera Mechanism out of Legos

Friday, December 10th, 2010



Vi Hart makes some wonderful drawings with sly commentary along the way.



Vi Hart makes some wonderful drawings with sly commentary along the way.



Hans Rosling illustrates the rise of wealth and lengthening of lives in this fantastic animation.

In his TED talk a few years ago, thumb
he did many similarly facinating animations.



Vi Hart makes some wonderful drawings with sly commentary along the way.



Hans Rosling illustrates the rise of wealth and lengthening of lives in this fantastic animation.

In his TED talk a few years ago, thumb
he did many similarly facinating animations.



Hans Rosling illustrates the rise of wealth and lengthening of lives in this fantastic animation.

In his TED talk a few years ago, hospital
he did many similarly facinating animations.



Apple engineer Andrew Carol pieced together 1, purchase 500 piece Lego Technic blocks to build a faithful-in-function replica of the Greek Antikythera Mechanism. Though built in ancient times (150-100 BC) it’s thought to be of comparable sophistication to 19th century Swiss clocks.

Discovered in a ancient shipwreck in 1901, it took researches decades to discover its intended purpose – as an astronomical calculator capable of predicting eclipses, the positions of the sun and moon, other planets and significant stars. It’s widely considered the first known mechanical computer.

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Wednesday, October 15th, 2008








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.



Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.



Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.



Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.



Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.



Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, noun
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.



Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.



Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.



Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.



Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, noun
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.



Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.








In the second video you can see how he can use foot pedals to change the chord.
An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.




Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, rx
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.

Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, there
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.



Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, psychiatrist
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.

An interesting variation of the zoetrope principle where the camera shutter is used instead of slits or strobes to freeze the motion. The downside (or potentially part of the attraction) is that the viewer needs to watch through a machine to experience the desired effect.



Jim le Ferve of Nexus Productions writes:

In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope, noun
an extension of the Zoetrope principle.

It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.



Gijs Gieskes has made many wonderful machines from gameboys or other machines which he’s circuitbent.

He writes about the Acid Machine:

The circle with the lines that you see on the top of the machine, and rotates and displays the note you are playing.
When you play a C the lines in the middle circle will be standing still.. from the C it will go outward, displaying all notes on a keyboard in 12 steps.

It works by making a LED blink in the frequency of the sound, and rotating the image at a set speed.

more information here

(thanks, kevin!)

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Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

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Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

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Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

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Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

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Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

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Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

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Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

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Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

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Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

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Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

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Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, viagra approved 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

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Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, viagra approved 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, viagra approved 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, viagra approved 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, sickness 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, viagra approved 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, sickness 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, sickness 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.
In 1968 Charles and Ray Eames produced an animated short film for IBM detailing the ideas and vocabulary of the coming computer age. Certainly it was meant to allay some of the fears and anxiety experienced with the advance of the new machines.



a computer glossary or, public health coming to terms with the data processing machine from Eric Spiegelman on Vimeo.

Jonathan Hale writes in this book The Old Way of Seeing:

“In 1828 … [t]he Faust legend obsessed artists and writers; in dozens of works they told the story of the modern predicament: in gaining the power of industry, stuff the world was sacrificing it’s soul. It was not the new machines themselves they feared – there were not yet many – it was machine thinking.”

That quote is, in fact, from where this site derives it’s name. The Eames’ video might be a glossary to the new digital machines, but also an introduction to computer thinking.

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, viagra approved 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, sickness 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, sickness 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.
In 1968 Charles and Ray Eames produced an animated short film for IBM detailing the ideas and vocabulary of the coming computer age. Certainly it was meant to allay some of the fears and anxiety experienced with the advance of the new machines.



a computer glossary or, public health coming to terms with the data processing machine from Eric Spiegelman on Vimeo.

Jonathan Hale writes in this book The Old Way of Seeing:

“In 1828 … [t]he Faust legend obsessed artists and writers; in dozens of works they told the story of the modern predicament: in gaining the power of industry, stuff the world was sacrificing it’s soul. It was not the new machines themselves they feared – there were not yet many – it was machine thinking.”

That quote is, in fact, from where this site derives it’s name. The Eames’ video might be a glossary to the new digital machines, but also an introduction to computer thinking.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, sickness 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.
In 1968 Charles and Ray Eames produced an animated short film for IBM detailing the ideas and vocabulary of the coming computer age. Certainly it was meant to allay some of the fears and anxiety experienced with the advance of the new machines.



a computer glossary or, public health coming to terms with the data processing machine from Eric Spiegelman on Vimeo.

Jonathan Hale writes in this book The Old Way of Seeing:

“In 1828 … [t]he Faust legend obsessed artists and writers; in dozens of works they told the story of the modern predicament: in gaining the power of industry, stuff the world was sacrificing it’s soul. It was not the new machines themselves they feared – there were not yet many – it was machine thinking.”

That quote is, in fact, from where this site derives it’s name. The Eames’ video might be a glossary to the new digital machines, but also an introduction to computer thinking.

In 1968 Charles and Ray Eames produced an animated short film for IBM detailing the ideas and vocabulary of the coming computer age. Certainly it was meant to allay some of the fears and anxiety experienced with the advance of the new machines.



a computer glossary or, health coming to terms with the data processing machine from Eric Spiegelman on Vimeo.

Jonathan Hale writes in this book The Old Way of Seeing:

“In 1828 … [t]he Faust legend obsessed artists and writers; in dozens of works they told the story of the modern predicament: in gaining the power of industry, the world was sacrificing it’s soul. It was not the new machines themselves they feared – there were not yet many – it was machine thinking.”

That quote is, in fact, from where this site derives it’s name. The Eames’ video might be a glossary to the new digital machines, but also an introduction to computer thinking.

Update: Sadly Vimeo has taken this video off line and I’ve been unable to find another online copy. I’ll keep looking.

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

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Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)

Buy your tickets here

Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

Update:

98398865-AD46-4EFE-A630-31FBB869D492.jpg

Telstar Logistics posted a nice photoset




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, pharmacist and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, injection and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)



Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, hygiene and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)




Del’s “Nutty Device” does absolutely nothing except amaze. Built with only wood and glue (including all the gears and chains) he has managed to incorporate a bewildering number of mechanisms and types of motion. Oh yeah, symptoms and it’s modular so he can take whole chunks off at once.

(via Dvice, thanks Kevin!)


Printing a Book, life Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)


Printing a Book, plague Old School from Armin Vit on Vimeo.


This 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica film shows in detail the processes of making a book from the linotype machine through a fully bound book. It’s fascinating how many complex steps are completely automated and how other processes are fairly manual (usually done by “girls”).

There are few machines that can compete with the printing press for their impact on the way we think and represent the physical replication of memes.

(via ilovetypography)



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, viagra approved 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, sickness 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, sickness 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.
In 1968 Charles and Ray Eames produced an animated short film for IBM detailing the ideas and vocabulary of the coming computer age. Certainly it was meant to allay some of the fears and anxiety experienced with the advance of the new machines.



a computer glossary or, public health coming to terms with the data processing machine from Eric Spiegelman on Vimeo.

Jonathan Hale writes in this book The Old Way of Seeing:

“In 1828 … [t]he Faust legend obsessed artists and writers; in dozens of works they told the story of the modern predicament: in gaining the power of industry, stuff the world was sacrificing it’s soul. It was not the new machines themselves they feared – there were not yet many – it was machine thinking.”

That quote is, in fact, from where this site derives it’s name. The Eames’ video might be a glossary to the new digital machines, but also an introduction to computer thinking.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, sickness 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.
In 1968 Charles and Ray Eames produced an animated short film for IBM detailing the ideas and vocabulary of the coming computer age. Certainly it was meant to allay some of the fears and anxiety experienced with the advance of the new machines.



a computer glossary or, public health coming to terms with the data processing machine from Eric Spiegelman on Vimeo.

Jonathan Hale writes in this book The Old Way of Seeing:

“In 1828 … [t]he Faust legend obsessed artists and writers; in dozens of works they told the story of the modern predicament: in gaining the power of industry, stuff the world was sacrificing it’s soul. It was not the new machines themselves they feared – there were not yet many – it was machine thinking.”

That quote is, in fact, from where this site derives it’s name. The Eames’ video might be a glossary to the new digital machines, but also an introduction to computer thinking.

In 1968 Charles and Ray Eames produced an animated short film for IBM detailing the ideas and vocabulary of the coming computer age. Certainly it was meant to allay some of the fears and anxiety experienced with the advance of the new machines.



a computer glossary or, health coming to terms with the data processing machine from Eric Spiegelman on Vimeo.

Jonathan Hale writes in this book The Old Way of Seeing:

“In 1828 … [t]he Faust legend obsessed artists and writers; in dozens of works they told the story of the modern predicament: in gaining the power of industry, the world was sacrificing it’s soul. It was not the new machines themselves they feared – there were not yet many – it was machine thinking.”

That quote is, in fact, from where this site derives it’s name. The Eames’ video might be a glossary to the new digital machines, but also an introduction to computer thinking.

Update: Sadly Vimeo has taken this video off line and I’ve been unable to find another online copy. I’ll keep looking.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, patient shop 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.


Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum at Fort Mason for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, pfizer 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building. I’ll post additional updates to the series as they are posted.



Machine Thinking pal Eddie Codel was camera dude for BoingBoingtv’s episode filmed at the Long Now Foundation’s museum for the first ever Mechcanicrawl. Part One of this series covers the 10, sickness 000 year clock the Long Now Foundation is building to be squirreled away into a remote mountain.

Watch carefully at 2:14 at the video – yours truly makes a cameo appearance.
In 1968 Charles and Ray Eames produced an animated short film for IBM detailing the ideas and vocabulary of the coming computer age. Certainly it was meant to allay some of the fears and anxiety experienced with the advance of the new machines.



a computer glossary or, public health coming to terms with the data processing machine from Eric Spiegelman on Vimeo.

Jonathan Hale writes in this book The Old Way of Seeing:

“In 1828 … [t]he Faust legend obsessed artists and writers; in dozens of works they told the story of the modern predicament: in gaining the power of industry, stuff the world was sacrificing it’s soul. It was not the new machines themselves they feared – there were not yet many – it was machine thinking.”

That quote is, in fact, from where this site derives it’s name. The Eames’ video might be a glossary to the new digital machines, but also an introduction to computer thinking.

In 1968 Charles and Ray Eames produced an animated short film for IBM detailing the ideas and vocabulary of the coming computer age. Certainly it was meant to allay some of the fears and anxiety experienced with the advance of the new machines.



a computer glossary or, health coming to terms with the data processing machine from Eric Spiegelman on Vimeo.

Jonathan Hale writes in this book The Old Way of Seeing:

“In 1828 … [t]he Faust legend obsessed artists and writers; in dozens of works they told the story of the modern predicament: in gaining the power of industry, the world was sacrificing it’s soul. It was not the new machines themselves they feared – there were not yet many – it was machine thinking.”

That quote is, in fact, from where this site derives it’s name. The Eames’ video might be a glossary to the new digital machines, but also an introduction to computer thinking.

Update: Sadly Vimeo has taken this video off line and I’ve been unable to find another online copy. I’ll keep looking.

In 1968 Charles and Ray Eames produced an animated short film for IBM detailing the ideas and vocabulary of the coming computer age. Certainly it was meant to allay some of the fears and anxiety experienced with the advance of the new machines.



a computer glossary or, health coming to terms with the data processing machine from Eric Spiegelman on Vimeo.

Jonathan Hale writes in this book The Old Way of Seeing:

“In 1828 … [t]he Faust legend obsessed artists and writers; in dozens of works they told the story of the modern predicament: in gaining the power of industry, the world was sacrificing it’s soul. It was not the new machines themselves they feared – there were not yet many – it was machine thinking.”

That quote is, in fact, from where this site derives it’s name. The Eames’ video might be a glossary to the new digital machines, but also an introduction to computer thinking.

Update: Sadly Vimeo has taken this video off line and I’ve been unable to find another online copy. I’ll keep looking.



Using Photographs to Enhance Videos of a Static Scene from pro on Vimeo.

Students at the University of Washington have produced impressive software to enhance video in several ways by introducing higher resolution/higher dynamic range photographs into the workflow:

The work presents a system for automatically producing a wide variety of video enhancements and visual effects. Unlike traditional visual effects software (e.g., here
After Effects, Shake, Boujou, etc), the system is completely automatic and no manual labor is required from the user. The major limitation of the work is that it can currently handle only videos of static scenes (i.e., videos shot with a moving camera but containing no moving objects in the scene). Efforts are being made to lift this restriction in future work.

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Magnetic movie

Friday, July 11th, 2008

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This Rube Goldberg machine makes sheer delight out of the process of mixing a Falling Water ( 30mls (1Oz) 42BELOW Feijoa Vodka, sovaldi lemonade, long slice of seedless cucumber, ice)

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BoingBoing writes:

This Rube Goldberg machine makes sheer delight out of the process of mixing a Falling Water ( 30mls (1Oz) 42BELOW Feijoa Vodka, sovaldi lemonade, long slice of seedless cucumber, ice)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

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BoingBoing writes:

This Rube Goldberg machine makes sheer delight out of the process of mixing a Falling Water ( 30mls (1Oz) 42BELOW Feijoa Vodka, sovaldi lemonade, long slice of seedless cucumber, ice)

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This Rube Goldberg machine makes sheer delight out of the process of mixing a Falling Water ( 30mls (1Oz) 42BELOW Feijoa Vodka, sovaldi lemonade, long slice of seedless cucumber, ice)

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This Rube Goldberg machine makes sheer delight out of the process of mixing a Falling Water ( 30mls (1Oz) 42BELOW Feijoa Vodka, sovaldi lemonade, long slice of seedless cucumber, ice)

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BoingBoing writes:

This Rube Goldberg machine makes sheer delight out of the process of mixing a Falling Water ( 30mls (1Oz) 42BELOW Feijoa Vodka, sovaldi lemonade, long slice of seedless cucumber, ice)

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Laughing Squid has an excellent summary

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Magnetic Movie from Semiconductor on Vimeo.

The secret lives of invisible magnetic fields are revealed as chaotic ever-changing geometries . All action takes place around NASA’s Space Sciences Laboratories, pharmacy UC Berkeley, neurologist to recordings of space scientists describing their discoveries . Actual VLF audio recordings control the evolution of the fields as they delve into our inaudible surroundings, revealing recurrent ‘whistlers’ produced by fleeting electrons . Are we observing a series of scientific experiments, the universe in flux, or a documentary of a fictional world.

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