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Pinhole Camera in Human Skull Answered

This pinhole camera is housed in a 150 year-old skull. Not only is it a creative place for a type of camera which can go pretty much anywhere, but the craftsmanship is so good that any claim of utter ghoulishness is discarded. Awesome stuff.

Pinhole Camera Fashioned From 150 Year-Old Skull

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T3h_Muffinator
T3h_Muffinator

12 years ago

Wow! That's amazing! I've got a human skull in my old dresser hanging around in my basement at home... I might want to get on that...

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Reply 12 years ago

I've got a human skull in my old dresser hanging around in my basement at home...

Wow. You really do have a skeleton in your closet!

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T3h_Muffinator
T3h_Muffinator

Reply 12 years ago

I wish! I've only got his skull.... It was given to my grandfather after he passed his final examination to become a doctor - a human dissection. They let him keep the skull, so he claims.... I'm pretty sure that's highly unethical and didn't happen, but it makes for a nice story.

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Pompom
Pompom

12 years ago

How do you get yourself a hold of a human skull? My dog has dragged home cow, deer, and other animal skulls and remains before, but no human parts have come our way...

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Culturedropout
Culturedropout

12 years ago

I'm curious about the legalities of using human remains like this. After they reach a certain age, and become anonymous, I know they're treated more like objects than remains, but does anyone know the provenance under which something like this falls? His art is wonderful, and I understand the "mystical" factor of having a real human skull involved, but I can't help but feel it's still a little disrespectful of the dead. If someone wills their body to art or science, that's great, but if they didn't, then maybe we should leave them in peace. (No, I'm not religious, and I don't think they're haunted or anything. I just don't think I'd want someone taking snapshots with my mother's skull or something...)

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blckthng
blckthng

12 years ago

That is so going to take you a'head' of the game........................................ cuz wen u have one of these you'll see that 2 'heads' are better that one............................lol! dont u all just love indymogul??????

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C17H19NO3
C17H19NO3

12 years ago

.....I wonder who had to dig out the brain with a melon baller.

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fungus amungus
fungus amungus

Reply 12 years ago

Since it's 150 years-old, my guess is nature.

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Sandisk1duo
Sandisk1duo

Reply 12 years ago

either way, i want that thing kept away from me!

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

It's just a bit of calcium :-)
but I see where it may make one a bit 'heady' ;-)

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Sandisk1duo
Sandisk1duo

Reply 12 years ago

omg, but calcium from another person's body parts, is a different story you don't know how that 'girl' died, why, etc... if i saw this on my front law, i would probably move out

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

For the most part, if it dries, it shall die, concerning most germs, etc. that we encounter. Nevertheless, if the skull was fairly recent, I would share your concerns.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

12 years ago

Would you call that "second sight" ? LOL Very cool indeed.

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Kiteman
Kiteman

12 years ago

It looks like they exhumed Davros! Very cool. Are there any examples of the pictures online?

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noahh
noahh

12 years ago

I'm scared.

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mbudde
mbudde

12 years ago

Awesome. I want one. Very cool.

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Plasmana
Plasmana

12 years ago

That camera skull looks very creepy...