I've also tried to design a project that is easily repeatable with young makers, and minimises the use of very sharp, very hot and very technical apparatus in construction. I'm happy to post these out, at cost, on a first come first served basis to anyone interested.I'm interested in finding ways to replace the twist pack with more readily available parts, so any suggestions welcomed.(I heated an old scalpel blade and used it to gradually cut a hole by melting through the plastic, then smoothed the rough edges with a bit of sandpaper).
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Camera settings let you select a video camera to use with Adobe Flash Player.
If Flash Player can't locate a camera on your computer, the player displays the warning "No camera found." Read the documentation for your computer and your camera to make sure your camera is installed correctly.
You may want to display this panel again if, for example, you want Flash Player to use a different camera.
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The pop-up menu displays all the cameras that Flash Player finds on your computer.
Flash Player automatically detects any video cameras on your computer and displays the name of the default camera it will use.
First, remove the 'cap' at the top of the barrel by gripping it with a pair of pliers (or gently in a vice) and then, with a second pair of pliers, twisting the cap.