A tough job but someone's gotta do it - using the Ciclescan at a Victoria's Ssecret shoot
Eddie and Circlescan
The Circlescan camera
Eddie, as ever, is hands-on. He can drive built, fly, or work everything he's ever built
Otto Lilienthal glider built for a film project
The Circlescan 4D technology Eddie is selling the IP for.
The Battlewagon - can you guess the film?
Eddie and Jay Leno discuss one of Eddie's projects
Eddie and a powered hang-glider circa 1970 - the resulting crash put him in hospital for six months
Go on, get in, it's not a real one!
Eddie and Alice Copper's car
Eddie worked as a stuntman in Hollywood along the way - this one really hurt, putting Eddie out of action for a period
Military inspired battle vehicle of the future.
Eddie likes being able to draw his creations with computer assistance
The shark's rib-cage
An appreciative postcard from Iraq after Eddie was called in to build some special forces equipment
The CEM prototype engine
Serial inventor Eddie Paul has created working prototypes of dozens of inventions. If you can conceive it, he can probably build it. Beginning as a self-taught welder, painter, metal fabricator and machinist he along the way turned from a customiser to a creator, designer and inventor. Initially, he did it to enable a change of circumstance – to move away from homelessness and violence and street gangs but he found that he learned quickly and had that uncanny ability to look at the machinery he was working on and make it better. For the last 20 years he’s been doing it for fun at the same time as earning a handsome living as his engenuity, easy going nature and delivery on time and on budget has become recognised far and wide. That's Eddie with his Circlescan camera for capturing 360 degree images at a Victoria's Secret shoot.
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