I built a projector screen! I learned a lot of lessons. There will be another projector screen, probably in the spring/summer of 2015 that will benefit from all the mistakes I made in this one.
Mistake number one, used hardwood for the frame. Expensive, and it eventually grew to warp
Okay, here’s what it looked like before:
Here’s the full build log of the dungeon tiles, pieces, and tokens. If you want to skip to the end, click here to go straight to the “glamour shots.” After the glamour shots is a video timelapse of the game, as well.
So, my dad got a new 135 gallon fish tank, and he bought a repeating pattern backing that was really bland and boring. I floated the idea of letting me do something really special for him, and he immediately said yes, before even hearing most of the idea.
It came out quite well, not as well as I think I’d like, but for around $100, it came out AMAZING.
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Okay. Lightpack is the greatest thing ever. Here’s the full unboxing, setup, and video demo of Lightpack. I’ll link where you can get your own at the end.
First photo, these are the two lightpacks in their original box:
Open up the brown casing and these neat packaging is on the inside:
I’m happy to oblige, and I certainly opened it up immediately:
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I promised Umur I’d post something this week, so here’s something I’ve been holding until I got the last completed photo in, but said screw it.
So, we first tried mod podging some random magazine clippings, get an idea of how it all works, how much to use, all that.
My only major tip is mod podge light, even coats, and after it semi dries, go over it again on top to really penetrate through the paper. Glossy and other impenetrable media are a bit more difficult to work with, but light even coats is the only way to avoid rippling with that as well.
on to the process!
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Debarghya Das, A computer hacker in India, uncovers a huge discrepancy in the Indian High School Assessment Exams by analyzing data the same way I do.
Continue reading “The Power of Data – Hacking into the Indian Education System” »
Thanks Robin!!! It fits perfectly