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pinhole

(pĭn′hōl) [AS. pinn, pin, + hol, hole]
A small perforation made by, or the size of that made by, a pin.

pinhole os

A very small opening to the uterus from the vagina. It may be present in very young women.
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Other methods include putting a single hole in a piece of flat cardboard and holding it over a white piece of paper or surface during the eclipse, this will have a similar end result as the pinhole projector made from a box but allows multiple people to view at once.
If you mask down the mirror to half an inch or so, it'll act like a pinhole and create a fairly good image.
Our aim was for participants to minimize their use of "fast photography" and focus their energy on "slow," or the more sensory intense traditional pinhole photography, to evoke strong personal memories of their experiences.
And then there's the worse-case scenario: that these defects are not caught--a daunting prospect considering that not all pinholes are created equal.
There are, however, some limitations of pinhole testing.
Pinhole Press, which was set up in 2010 by Albany, New York-based fine paper maker Mohawk Paper, is a lifestyle brand targetting consumers, whereas Pinhole Pro, which was launched later in 2011, is aimed at professional photographers.
17 October 2012 - US custom and predesigned websites provider LiveBooks Inc said it had acquired on-demand photo firms Pinhole Press and Pinhole Pro for an undisclosed amount.
Thick spots or bands due to irregular spraying or flow from edges, protrusions, or style lines may pop or pinhole on baking.
These and other basic household items can all be transformed into pinhole cameras, and this book offers easy step-by-step instructions and how-to photos to display images taken with such cameras, and how to build one.
He created a pinhole camera by placing aluminum foil over a tiny hole one fifth of a millimetre wide on the film cartridge.
Chris Keeney (author); PINHOLE CAMERAS; Princeton Architectural Press (Nonfiction: Crafts & Hobbies) $18.