DIY Paper TV

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This paper TV has way better shows than regular ole’ TV…. Stane writes – “Here’s my papercraft TV set with a film strip of selected frames from a movie. The strip is wrapped arround two pencils. As you turn the pencils film scrolls over the screen. I have done versions for three movies so far. Kill Bill vol. 1, Dirty Harry and Dr. Strangelove. I just chose three movies that I happen to like. People can download PDF files with templates from my web page. All you need to do is print it cut it and assemble it. There are even instructions. Hope you will like it.”Link.


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  1. I remember in some early school we used to make paper “photo cameras”. You had to make some origamic sandwich stuff from paper, cut a frontal frame. Then fold a “shutter” of paper inside, paint the outside of shutter with black if preferred. A caricature of intended target had to be painted on the inner layers of sandwich. So you aim at your friend, pull the “shutter” strip, it comes out and the picture is revealed. Shutter could be folded and pushed back in, pictures could be made replacable too. Silly, but we kids loved them.

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