This lithophane was created by Steve Nicholls from a digital photograph of John Davenport. To view the image properly it must be held up to a light. Steve is a UK puzzle expert and 3D printing enthusiast. The lithophane was created using an affordable 3D printer. The photographic image was converted to a grey scale and then turned into a 3 dimensional height map that is 3mm tall. The map has been printed in 30 layers on a THREEDY 3D printer using translucent plastic.

This lithophane was created by Steve Nicholls from a digital photograph of John Davenport. To view the image properly it must be held up to a light. Steve is a UK puzzle expert and 3D printing enthusiast. The lithophane was created using an affordable 3D printer. The photographic image was converted to a grey scale and then turned into a 3 dimensional height map that is 3mm tall. The map has been printed in 30 layers on a THREEDY 3D printer using translucent plastic.

J N Maskelyne’s whist-playing automaton, Psycho, has been at the Museum of London for over eighty years. For much of that time he has been in store, but he has been on display in a special exhibition on Sherlock Holmes. The exhibition opened on 17 October 2014 and continued until 12 April 2015. Anne Goulden produced this note to celebrate Psycho’s reappearance in public.

Anne Goulden gave this talk at the IBM British Ring Convention, Bournemouth on 25 September 2014.
While Wyn toured with her parents in the 1920s, she collected autographs from many magicians and variety acts. Anne Goulden brings these characters to life in a well illustrated talk.