This camera is made with coffee sticks and a Nintendo controller
The designer Adrian Hanft has created a truly one-of-a-kind project. Combining 28,000 sticks to mix coffee, a NES controller and some LEGO, in fact, Hanft has created a truly unique camera and “homemade” which offers very particular images.
The camera created by Adrian Hanft is truly unique
The project created by Adrian Hanft consists of 28,248 sticks for mixing coffee (strictly ordered on Amazon) and from a plywood body of 53x53x79 cm with a total weight of 18 kilograms. Light passes through thousands of sticks creating a “frosted glass” effect really very special. The camera thus constituted has a resolution of 0.0465 Megapixel.
Raspberry Pi, LEGO and Nintendo controllers
Inside the device there is a Raspberry Pi which is combined with a 12.3 Megapixel and 6 mm focal length Raspberry Pi camera which is supported by a special support LEGO homemade. A original Nintendo controller, which is connected via a USB adapter. Through the controller you can access a preview of the photo, take a photo or consult the gallery. You can also increase or decrease exposure times with the up and down buttons on the controller.
In the gallery below you can take a look at some “shots” taken with this particular camera made with sticks to mix coffee, a bit of LEGO, a Nintendo controller and a lot of imagination from the author. The images are really special and have a unique rendering. For more details, moreover, it is possible to consult the article by PetaPixel in source which collected the statements of Adrian Hanft.