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Patricia Vilchez, Paola Anguera, Max Espluga and Arnau Martnez

Pinhole Camera

Abstract: First, we made a quiz on a web site that was located on Campus, in group, the
quiz ask us some questions, if we like to do something And like this the web site choose
some experiments, that we need to choose one. We were page by page, we saw some
cool experiments, for examples how to make ice cream, rainbow fire, how to predict the
weather, how easily your password can be Hacked But in the 4th page we found one,
the pinhole camera, we thought that would be funny, and as the website
e says, it was really easy and not really expensive. Finally we talk and we all accept, also
we accept because we all love photography and we didn't know anything about the pinhole
camera, and we were really interested on this world, cameras, pictures So then we
decide to do it, also because we thought that would be really interesting how to make a
camera, and how many time we need to waist it to make it.
Finally, making the experiment, wasnt really expensive and that was a positive part,
because we dont have so much money so that was a positive part, but also was a
negative part, because was difficult to make it and also to found the materials but finally
we found them and we didnt give up so finally me make it and we didnt stress, that it
means that we learn many things about the pinhole cameras, and about the important
thinkers.

Table of contents:
1. Question, variables, and hypothesis.
2. Background research. This is the Research paper you wrote before you started
your experiment.
3. Materials list.
4. Experimental procedure.
5. Data analysis and discussion. This section is a summary of what you found out in
your experiment, focusing on your observations, data table, and graph(s),
which should be included at this location in the report.
6. Conclusions.
7. Ideas for future research. Some science fairs want you to discuss what additional
research you might want to do based on what you learned.
8. Acknowledgments. This is your opportunity to thank anyone who helped you with
your science fair project, from a single individual to a company or government
agency.
9. Bibliography.

Question, variables, and hypothesis:

QUESTION HYPOTHESIS PREDICTION


What time we need to We think that we need Finally we spent
spent making the to spent like 2 or 3 1-1:30 hours.
experiment? weeks.
How many money we Between 50-60. We spent 11.
need to spent?
With every paper Yes we think. No, it has to be a really
mache works? transparent paper.
Patricia Vilchez, Paola Anguera, Max Espluga and Arnau Martnez

Materials:
A shoe box
A black and strong tape
A needle
A pencil
A "Cuter"
Mach paper
Aluminum paper
A black t-shirt
Black painting

Experimental procedure:
Paint all the box with a black color.
Make a 4cm per 4cm square in a side of the box.
Cut a bigger square from the mach paper and paste it with the black tape.
Cut another square in the other parallel side of the box, but this time it will be 2cm per
2cm.
Cut a bigger square from the aluminum paper.
With the needle, make a small hole in the mach paper part.
Enjoy!

Data analysis and discussion.


Is it complete, or did you forget something?
Its complete, because when we were making it, we tried different materials to make
it well.
Do you need to collect more data?
No, well we search on youtube for the procedure.
Did you make any mistakes?
No, because we were following all the steps.

Conclusions:
Our conclusion is that we learn more about le light, the cameras, the photos and
really important enlightens, because this project was about all this and all
time we were searching information because it was really important so we
know more about the photography.

Ideas for future research:


More things related with the photography.

Acknowledgments:
We have learn how to crate a pinhole camera and how to use it properly.

Bibliography:
http://www.beadesigngroup.com/blog/archives/2005/01/pinhole_camera_part_3.php