Atel Yeah’s PHOTOBOOTH build is absolutely beautiful and looks like it’s a blast to use! From Instructables
Le but de ce tutoriel est de vous aider à réaliser un PHOTOBOOTH c’est à dire un appareil photo d’évènementiel qui permet donc de se prendre en photo lors d’évènement en groupe en mode selfie et de s’envoyer la photo via mail. Elle est réalisée à partir de matériaux de récupération et de quelques matériaux achetés.
The goal of this tutorial is to help you make a PHOTOBOOTH, i.e. an event camera which allows you to take a photo of yourself during a group event in selfie mode and send the photo to yourself via email . It is made from salvaged materials and some purchased materials.
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