The night before the solar eclipse on 9 March, I made a pinhole camera using a shoebox.
I was really excited as soon as I reached school at 7.30am as the eclipsed had started since 7.20am. Quickly found a spot in campus with strong, direct sunlight as I was eager to find out if this pinhole camera works.
Positioned myself such that my back is facing the sun ray, so that it enters through the tiny hole on the aluminium foil.
Anyway, on a regular day, the image appears a full circle. No other image appears on this, so I guess this can only be used on solar eclipse. Gonna keep this for the next eclipse on 26 Dec 2019!