Time flies. Particularly when it's projected. The magical box in this how-to uses light and mirrors to project the image of a working clock face on any wall. To build your own working clock projector, you'll need the following materials: a mirror, a jeweler's loupe, a clock and a flashlight. For detailed, step-by-step instructions on the assembly process, and to get started on this Daliesque hack yourself, take a look!
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Could you make a simalar one that would fit a screen for projecting your comp?
bet you can project photoes with it
I followed the instructions but I could not get this project to work no matter how many tries!!
can someone help with this project?
I found out the problem...the mirror should be a large size. The one I was using was wide but the height was not enough to project an image. When I changed the mirror... wallah...the clock showed up on the ceiling. Thank you so very much for the idea and instructions!!!!
that stuff is crazy but whats a jeweler's loupe
a Jeweller's loupe is a high-power magnifying glass (I think). I know it's a magnifying glass because the French word for it is loupe. So, I would assume that a Jeweller's loupe is a high-power one.
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