Another dimension?

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Lightpack

Found this whilst looking about the internet. Bias lighting is something i would maybe consider to bring a bit more out my budget benq W1070. This seems like a nice compromise to just add a little more depth to the whole experience.
Not the easiest to apply on a screen but I have a painted my wall at the moment anyway. With a MDF screen raised slightly off the wall and this sytem attached on the back of a black border it could be a winner, especially for games. I find myself turning a few lights on after an hour or so`s gaming just to give the eyeballs a help.

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4acW9HluHcY&feature=player_embedded"]Lightpack 6 [FullHD][/ame]
 

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According to the FAQ`s you should be able to link them in series with the last connected box operating all as the controller. So the size would theoretically be limitless i presume?

I also like the idea of something like the rasberry PI controlling it all.
 

Dan L

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Pretty cool.
 

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for fun? Just cause? A whole heap or reasons I suppose, i liked the look of it personally. Especially in the games department. I read somewhere that the new xbox was going to be shipped with a system which produced a similar effect, we`ll soon see.
 

Peter Parker

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Bias lighting is usually only recommended for direct view tv, and can have a detrimental effect on image quality if used in a projector set up, so if you go down that route, it'll need some careful setting up.

Gary
 

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ta, was aware of the benefits of bias for tvs but never read anything about it regarding PJs. :) I had the idea of mahcine gun fire splashing about the room with this and it made me smile, doubt i`ll be attempting anything like this in the near future though. Just thought i`d share for mild interest.
 

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