May 1, 2010
venue for the festival was the Museum of Industry and Innovation in
Waltham, and its vast collection of Victorian era machinery made a
fantastic backdrop for a steampunk event! We toured displays of
both fact and fantasy, listened in on a rather good lecture on the
context of Steampunk, and eventually retired to a shaded park on the
river to demonstrate the Rotary Sheep Reducer. Tons of folk,
mostly coming to and from the event, stopped by to check out the
Reducer, chat, and take photographs. An entirely enjoyable trip.
|Prof. Maximilian Gunn
||Dr. Katheryn Luger
||Touring the museum||Goggles by Dr. Grymm
|Capelet by Chrononaut
||The airpack Camille
||Victorian Visegrips||Optical Comparator
|Our first visitors||Rotary Sheep Reducer|
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