In this video, I turn a cheap music stand into a low profile tripod for my Ricoh Theta. Parts needed include: Music stand @ http://amzn.to/1V4z28I (Affiliate Link) 1/4″ – 20 Machine Screws 1/4″ – 20 nut or wing nut JB Weld, Epoxy or Epoxy Putty
In this video, I do an overview of the TEKTON 24335 1/2in drive torque wrench. I go over the features, discuss usage and also give a demonstration of its usage. TEKTON 24335 1/2in Drive Torque Wrench: http://amzn.to/1p1qTUC (Affiliate Link) TEKTON 19mm deep socket: http://amzn.to/1p1req4 (Affiliate Link)
In this video, I look at an Original Macintosh from 1984. I open the case, I look at the accessories and also the ImageWriter I printer. I look at software including MacWrite, MacPaint and a few games.
Best viewed at 720p. (no audio) If the Apple II had video capability, what might that have looked like? The lo-res mode (with text) of the Apple II had a resolution of 40×40 with a 16 color palette. I created a custom palette in Photoshop using colors from this Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_8-bit_computer_hardware_palettes#Apple_II_series I converted a […]
Best viewed at 720p. (no audio) The original Macintosh computers had a resolution of 512×342 and could display each pixel as either white or black. I converted a 720p video to 512×342 with 1 bit color (b&w). I then added a border to bring the video resolution up to 1280×720 (720p). When viewed at 720p, […]