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  • To my great contentment the original images from camera looks so good that finalizing adjustmentsbecomes trivial.
  • Animation showing the timed sequence in high-speed (pressing the button repeatedlyis ignored to prevent interruption of a running sequence).
  • Images from the Selfie-Booth:
  • All that remains now is pressing the button...
  • A look inside the finished prototype. The Selfie-Booth sports a 12MP camera with a 14mm/f2.8 lens element(GoPro HERO3+ Black Ed.) and memory for approx. 10.000 exposures. The small sensor size results in ahigher depth of field than you would expect from a DSLR for example, hence the sharp images at f2.8 (seeimage examples further down). WiFi for instant web publishing, shielding, tidy wiring and additional circuits for enhanced functionality willbe ready for the next version. Enhancements will include integrating a tablet PC and writing custom softwareto add filters with preview and online publishing options.
  • Meanwhile our part time studio-doggy Cash is asking Mette for treats.
  • Soldering tiny wires under loupe and creating the main circuit board with timers and relays. Making anelectromagnetic trigger (totally oldschool) and modifying the acoustic signals generator (door bell).
  • Designing, printing and cutting decorative elements. My girlfriend and assistant Mette helping outcutting and sewing diffuser elements for the LED lights.
  • Drilling holes and gluing wallpaper onto the housing.
  • The finished Selfie-Booth in action with its illuminated button and sparkling lights. The photo boothcontains a set of timer and relay circuits that are setting events in carefully timed sequence to reproducethe feel of a classic photo contraption (view animation further down).The Selfie-BoothBuilding a photo booth and deploying it at a wedding party in Berlin I made a photo booth using a GoPro camera, some LED lights and a door bell. The