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Picture of VHS to JEWELRY conversion
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Absolutely not serious, but very simple and cute hack.
Domestic production of jewelry, from parts of old equipment.
For the manufacture of this bracelet, it took eight  VCRs. 16 video heads (8 blocks of video heads) formed the basis for this accessory.
Iamtwinks1 year ago
Just a thought...when I saw it I originally saw these I thought they were reused puzzle pieces. That could work on a number of levels too.
I know I am a little bit late in the game, but how did you make the clasp? It is fairly ingenious.
perhamoe2 years ago
Hi Gogglerman. It's always a pleasure to follow your creations. It's ok not to make a step-by-step instruction. It's not a goal in its self to make a lots of copies, but to let people find their own way to the goal. Maybe to impove the work.
gogglerman (author)  perhamoe2 years ago
Thank you, sir. I'm glad you like the format of my publications. I will continue to publish for you and for those who are interested.
Happy new year!
Ah, Gogglerman! As usual, a perfectly elegant solution to something others would consider trash! I LOVE the clasp! I may have to use that idea myself! Happy holidays to you, sir!
gogglerman (author)  silverrabbitstudio3 years ago
Thank you. My clasp you can use absolutely freely. Waiting for the result :)
...I'm sorry. What kind of holiday do you mean?
i think he talks about christmas :) great project it looks sooooooo cool!
gogglerman (author)  didgitalpunk3 years ago
Thank you. Christmas after two weeks ;)
In fact, it looks so cool that I am going to make a similar one for my cat :)
gogglerman (author)  didgitalpunk3 years ago
Collar for a cat? Brilliant!
LOL! Well, here in the US we are rapidly approaching Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanza. Whichever holiday you celebrate, I hope you have a happy one!
Pat
You forgot the one that is actually oldest: Yule.
Some of us here in the US still celebrate it.
Your are right, AbstractDragon! Thank you for letting me know. I looked it up and found some examples of cards sent in the early 1900's in Scandinavia. Now were you talking about this reference or more the celebration of Winter Solstice, which I would think of as a more pagan ritual?
gogglerman (author)  silverrabbitstudio3 years ago
Excellent! Thanks for your congratulations and best wishes. Happy holiday to you too, sir!
rsedgwick3 years ago
where did you get your clasp? It looks awesome!
gogglerman (author)  rsedgwick3 years ago
clasp I made myself. Absolutely all of its elements. Photos have been preserved.
my god your amazing at it! i really want to do something like that. where would you find video heads? this is the first of your projects i think i would even be able to ATTEMPT. it looks really awesome.
JBZG rsedgwick3 years ago
Any old recycle/rehab centre should be able to supply you with stuff like this...
gogglerman (author)  rsedgwick3 years ago
Try to contact the repair shop of electronic devices. Debris, like the old VCR, there are many. Good luck in all your affairs.
JBZG3 years ago
Making it look effortless yet again...nice work...must go look at some of my old elevtronics cast offs, DVD players..etc and see if I can scrounge some bits to make something nice from...
MandingaRes3 years ago
Excelente!! Admiro tu ingenio y la manera de transformar todo tipo de cosas...
Te has convertido en uno de mis ídolos.
Felicitaciones y saludos.
gogglerman (author)  MandingaRes3 years ago
Este es un trabajo muy fácil. Estoy muy contento de que te haya gustado. Gracias:)
I love how this turned out! Beautiful!
foobear3 years ago
I love video heads, those things are so cool. They spin so effortlessly and for such a long time on one push. they are beautiful mechanical devices.