"look Backwars" Cam

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Introduction: "look Backwars" Cam

A camera with which you can see the back

Step 1: Material

material you  will need
-cap
-logitech webcam
-sewing
-cutter
-socks

Step 2: Step 2

remove the camera from its stand

Step 3: Step 3

Open the Camera

Step 4: Step 4

Remove the stand holder

Step 5: Step 5

put the cable into the opening of the stand holder

Step 6: Step 6

Close the camera

Step 7: Step 7

Put the camera into the socks

Step 8: Step 8

sew the socks near the camera

Step 9: Step 9

cut the socks near the stiches

Step 10: Step 10

free the lens of the textile

Step 11: Step 11

cut a hole in the cap

Step 12: Step 12

put the cable into the hole and stich the cam at the cap

Step 13: Step 13

Now you just need something you can connect to the camera
and your "look backward" camera is ready

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    10 Discussions

    man I know there's a be nice policy but how can you be nice about this?
    Totally second what shadow ops says, misspelled title, no capital letters, steps like "free the lens of the textile". What on earth does that mean? Oh no, my lens has been captured, I must slay the evil textile overlord and free the lens. OK so you probably mean cut it away so the lens can look through a hole. How? Scissors? A knife?? how do I avoid scratching the lens in the process? What stops the sock from fraying once I've cut it like this?
    I guess on the being nice front, its broken down into bite size chunks and that is handy.

    So great now I have a beeny with a webcam mounted on it backwards. Fantastic, I can't wait to use this in all those situations where I'm cold, need to see behind me, have a laptop or similar display screen right in front of me and yet for some reason can't turn my head around, or use a mirror.
    Thanks very much berlin

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    Ehh, it doesn't look like English is his first language, and the fact I can't speak anything but English already puts him way ahead of me.  Unlike most youthful internet posters who vote for Obama and crazed liberal policies, Mr. Berlin didn't cost me a cent with his post.  At worst, his posting was simply uninformative.  However, if you like to troll, and I suspect you do, you can join lots of forums where it's more expected than Instructables.

    Dead on - I was asking myself the same thing - When would I ever use this?  There is such a thing as being nice AND being realistic... and you've done both... so don't worry.

    How can this be featured when the title is spelled wrong, and it doesn't even have capital letters? Mind you, it does have good quality pictures...

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