Make, Volume 14 : Technology on Your Time by Mark Frauenfelder

By Mark Frauenfelder

Preserve a watch out for MAKE quantity 14, which has a distinct part on optics. you will the best way to make a cheap yet strong electronic microscope as a way to show micro organism colonies on a video video display, a vintage-looking opaque projector which can reveal art from books onto a wall, a version of a crazy-angled room that makes issues seem to switch measurement, and a funky kaleidoscope. additionally within the factor, we will assist you to construct a enthralling taffy pulling desktop, a handheld remote control dune buggy with a integrated video digital camera, a smoke ring cannon, a dollar-store parabolic microphone, and plenty of extra enjoyable and engaging tasks.

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