Category Archives: science and maths

Messing about in boats, 2013 edition

Last year I got a little more exercise than I planned to one evening when I was a bit late getting to Rodley for a boat trip courtesy of Exposure Leeds and All Hands on Deck. I wanted to try … Continue reading

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Making pinhole cameras from pretty much anything.

God knows, I like to teach people stuff. I also like obsolete tech that requires a minimum of interaction from modern conveniences, like electricity. I joke that the reasons for this is so I can document the end of the … Continue reading

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Peculiar maths and periscopes.

One of the things I’ve been up to recently was making something that can take photos underwater. I figured a periscope-type affair was what I needed to make. So I looked at getting some clear plastic pipe and mirrors. Clear … Continue reading

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