Here are the projects that don't fit in any other description.
Even today, Polaroid continues to be an aesthetic choice for photographers.
Unfortunately, 50 years after inception, its technology has deteriorated. The flat circuit plastic sheet inside may separate, meaning those who wish to repair may not have cameras in a working state. This is a replacement circuit sheet, with modern materials. (PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS FOR THE ORIGINAL CYLINDRICAL MOTOR CHIP, NOT THE RECTANGULAR ONE.)
(Image Source: Thomas Backa, From Wikipedia, per CC BY-SA 3.0 License.)
Continuing on, I always found the casing of the SX-70 strange. Somehow, its chrome-plated plastic does not sit well with me as a strong casing. I intend to try fixing that by offering alumin(i)um replacement cases and gear trains, that might offer some heft and stability to the system.
Based on adalbert's repair project for this 1991 luggable 386 PC, I intend to fully bring this computer back from its slumber, along with a few ideas of my own, including an integrated battery to make it truly portable.
This odd relic of the mid-1990s is a rarity, but one of the best attempts at a Virtual Reality Interface for MS-DOS systems, in my opinion.
25+ years after its inception and failure, the Nintendo Virtual Boy is still a curiosity to many. Unfortunately, age is catching up with the system, as the connections to the original LED displays are failing with no end in sight.
Fortunately, hobbyist technology has advanced to the point where a new larger display is possible, and the display side of the circuitry is simpler than one might think.
(Image Source: Evan-Amos From Wikipedia, per CC BY-SA 3.0 License.)
Here you can find upcoming props I will be crafting! (Not necessarily in this order)
Oh yes! It exists! The new home of the D'ni civilization, from the Myst series, has been found!
Gehn, the tyrannical, yet tragic villain of Riven, fuels his delusions of grandeur with a concoction derived from the amphibious fauna of the rapidly-decaying world. An oddly-shaped smoking pipe is what he uses to consume this concoction.
Betcha didn't know you could find this prop, did you?
Learn the secrets of the great master bookwriter Atrus, by traveling to the lesson ages of J'Nanin! (But be careful, for there could be danger lurking about...)
Here you can find the video projects that I'm working on!
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