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#FoundFootage (genre) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Found footage is an approach to film making in which all or a substantial part of a fictional film is presented as if it were discovered film or video recordings. The events on screen are typically seen through the camera of one or more of the characters involved, often accompanied by their real-time off-camera commentary. For verisimilitude, the cinematography may be done by the actors themselves as they perform, and shaky camera work and naturalistic acting are routinely employed. The footage may be presented as if it were "raw" and complete, or as if it had been edited into a narrative by those who "found" it. The most common use of the technique is in horror films, where the footage is purported to be the only surviving record of the events, with the participants now missing or dead. It has also been used in comedy (e.g., Babysitting, Project X), and science-fiction #PrintingBanksy
&neo 2015-04-01  


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#RepRap Project - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


The #RepRap project started as a British initiative to develop a #3D #printer that can print most of its own components, but it is now made up of hundreds of collaborators world wide.[1] RepRap (short for replicating rapid prototyper) uses an additive manufacturing technique called fused filament fabrication (FFF) to lay down material in layers; a plastic filament or metal wire is unwound from a coil and supplies material to produce a part. The project calls it #FusedFilamentFabrication (FFF) to avoid trademark issues with the "fused deposition modeling" term
&neo 2015-04-06  


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Local #Chicago artist we will have to go and see #PrintedCanvas
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#Carbon3D CLIP technology demo printing in 3D at 7X speed


Continuous liquid interface production technology (CLIP) eliminates current shortcomings in #3D printing to rapidly transform 3D models into physical objects.

By carefully balancing the interaction of #UV_light , which triggers photo polymerization, and oxygen, which inhibits the reaction, #CLIP continuously grows objects from a pool of resin at speeds 25-100 times faster than traditional #3D_printing .

At the heart of the CLIP process is a special window that is transparent to light and permeable to oxygen, much like a contact lens. By controlling the oxygen flux through the window, CLIP creates a 'dead zone' in the resin pool just tens of microns thick (about 2-3 diameters of a red blood cell) where photopolymerization cannot occur. #Print #Terminator

&Rob 2015-03-18  


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Derby the #dog : Running on #3D #Printed #Prosthetics - YouTube


grab some kleenex
&neo 2014-12-22  


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