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Prop builder and Tested's 3D designer/fabricator Sean Charlesworth checks in with some of the projects he's working on from home, including vintage camera repairs, upgrades to his Ghost Trap replica, and new Ghostbuster-inspired prop replicas. Sean also shares some resources for 3D printer owners to print critical equipment needed by health care facilities, like face shields.
As our resident expert on 3D printing, it was a given that we'd approach Sean Charlesworth to be a Project Egress contributor. It was equally a given that Sean would not only make a part, he would make a FUNCTIONAL part.
Making, Show And Tell
In a past life, Tested's Sean Charlesworth was the camera technician at NYU and repaired countless film cameras that passed through the film school.
Culture, Show And Tell, Tech
Sean Charlesworth from Tested shares one of his passion projects: collecting, restoring, and creating displays out of vintage mechanical clocks. Taking apart a few pieces from his collection, Sean shows the beautiful mechanisms that operate these timepieces, which may look bland on the outside but are mesmermizing on the inside!
Modelmaker and fabricator Sean Charlesworth shares a rare piece of special effects history: a Dinosaur Input Device (DID) made by the stop-motion animators at Tippett Studio to help in the animation of the first digital movie creatures. Here's how this unique device bridge the transition from physical animated puppets to the digitally rigged characters that appeared in groundbreaking effects films like Jurassic Park!