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You can now post your steampunk videos to share with everyone.  Whether they be instructional, educational or purely entertainment - show us some Canadian Steampunk ingenuity!

(please note, as with photos... the people must be dressed in a manner appropriate for a public area. Bathing suits, yes, frontal nudity, no. Language? Hell, yes! F*ck, no. Just stay away from the dreaded F word and the controversial C word and you're fine. Use them and your video will be removed).

 
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  • Lee Ann Farruga une perspective Steampun...
    by Lee Ann Farruga on January 21, 2012 at 10:37 AM
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    Student project where they had me talk about my thoughts on steampunk, what it is, and what we do in our local area - Ottawa. I love the french subtitles. (Note: this was all off the cuff)

  • shuttlewerks External Hard Drive Enclosu...
    by shuttlewerks on March 26, 2014 at 7:58 AM
    5685 Views - 2 Comments

    Vintage parts make up this articulated and illuminated external hard drive enclosure. LED's and ELwire. in Toronto shuttlewerks1@gmail.com

  • Canadian Steampunks Say Hello
    by Lee Ann Farruga on February 12, 2014 at 3:04 PM
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    A number of Canadian steampunks got together to say hello to steampunks around the world.

  • One MInute Hello
    by CarrHunger on February 13, 2014 at 3:20 PM
    4730 Views - 1 Comment

    The longer version of our 'Hello' from the Steampunk Canada Hello Video.

  • The First Men in the Moon, by H.G. Wells...
    by G.W. Wilson on August 4, 2016 at 12:08 AM
    4689 Views - 2 Comments

    A retelling of H.G. Wells classic tale: The First Men in the Moon produced by G.W. Wilson Small Title Productions. This version utilizes my Steampunk characters Professor Archibald Reynolds and Captain Reginald Denizen, the two intrepid explorers who appeared in my previous videos "The Curse of Ankor Wat Temple," and "The Curse of King Seti's Tomb.: Enjoy

  • Join the Parasol Duelling League
    by Kevin Jepson on December 11, 2015 at 10:58 PM
    4530 Views - 1 Comment

    A little recruiting video for Madame Saffron Hemlock's Parasol Duelling League! https://www.facebook.com/groups/539699522804809/

  • Demo at Canadian Museum of Science and T...
    by Lee Ann Farruga on December 19, 2011 at 6:37 AM
    4465 Views - 3 Comments

    Prof. Edward Bandersnap of the "Steampunk Ottawa" (Ontario, Canada) group put on an amazing demo this weekend at the museum. Prof. Bandersnap inspired many a folk with his clever Steampunk inventions and modifications.

  • Opening Ottawa ComicCon Masquerade!
    by Lee Ann Farruga on May 15, 2012 at 12:08 PM
    4441 Views - 1 Comment

    Steampunk Canada was asked to open the first ever Ottawa ComicCon Masquerade. Our troop of Alexandre Adam, Gailene Green, Barbara Buchanan and Brigitte Hardwick put together a fantastic performance!

  • Ottawa Steampunk Picnic - July, 2015
    by Lee Ann Farruga on July 5, 2015 at 10:00 AM
    4363 Views - 2 Comments

    Video by Hai Vu of the Ottawa Steampunk picnic at Strathcona park on July 4, 2015.

  • The Curse of Angkor Wat Temple
    by G.W. Wilson on August 19, 2015 at 4:04 PM
    4319 Views - 0 Comments

    This short video is a Steampunk Adventure starring my grandson, Garrett Ruppel, as Professor Archibald Reynolds, and my nephew, Josh Hester, as his fellow explorer, Captain Reginald Denizen. These two intrepid explorers enter an abandoned jungle temple and are swept through a time portal into the Age of the Dinosaurs. There, they fight for their lives in a battle for survival against prehistoric beasts. Enjoy...

  • Mental Floss Sideshow: Wunderkammer Show...
    by Professor Archibald Floss (AKA Mental Floss Sideshow) on February 2, 2013 at 7:01 PM
    4169 Views - 1 Comment

    Want to book us?!! Contact us via our website: www.mental-floss-sideshow.com

  • Steampunk USB Pen Drive Storage Contrapt...
    by shuttlewerks on October 26, 2011 at 12:15 PM
    4075 Views - 4 Comments

    An old GENERAL RADIO Co. resistance box is converted to hold multiple pulsing pen drives with light observable through vintage radio vacuum tubes. Room for a 1T hard drive. Prisoner of technology trapped inside. Not difficult to build but finding the parts is. Two pen drives are easily removable. Pen drives must be un-shelled. Sandisk Cruzer drives are the product of choice for this project because they continuously pulse and then flicker when data is accessed and are a quality product of course.


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