Today the lizard brings you to the real world, one you can touch and make by yourself, not the digital one we hardly understand.
Francesco Capponi aka Dippold shares a method to build a pinhole camera with just cardboard (no, cardboard is not only used to make danbo friends!). A pinhole camera is a simple light-proof box with a small hole in one side (as wikipadia states). A film (yes, real film!) is placed inside to capture images. It is a simple concept, and building the camera is just as easy.
Download the pattern given by Dippold and follow the tutorial.
Result should look something like that:
You are ready to have some fun! You will find examples of photos taken with this camera in the flickr group dippoldpinholecamera, and I recommend the reading of the article on wikipedia.