How do I make a bubble wall? I work in a nursing home and want to improve the visual experience of the residents.

We have a small room where we want to have visual & auditory stimuli for residents in a nursing home.  Need info on how to make a bubble wall.

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Tubes withstand pressure better than tanks. You can readily buy say 1"/25mm diameter acrylic tube and bubble in them. Having done something similar, I'd suggest that you use something thicker than water to get a nice bubble effect - washing up liquid worked for me.
Commercially-available ones just use water.

They also add extra stuff, such as LED lighting, and things that bob up and down with the bubbles, such a beads, glitter or toy fish.

The customer wanted big bubbles....
Kiteman Kiteman7 years ago
(Here is a randomly-googled UK supplier)
Jayefuu Kiteman7 years ago
That website looks like something out of the 90s :D
.  Tubes are an excellent idea!
aquamoda1 year ago

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NachoMahma7 years ago
.  At it's simplest, it's just a very narrow aquarium and an air pump.
.  You should be able to find plenty of info by searching the Internet for "bubble wall" or "aquarium"
.  Keep in mind that it will be rather top-heavy, so keep the bottom well-secured.