Step 20: Frame Prototyping: Plinth

I went through a few iterations to create a structure for the projector and computer. I started with a basic cubic plinth and right-angled steel to get scale and projector-throw correct. This allowed me projector throw right with my model of projector.

I used the Projector Central Projection Calculator for the model of projector to give me the throw distance and image size.

Conceptually I originally had a bunch of wild ideas to make some craggily peaks and strange formations, but projection-alignment was the priority at this point.

<p>amazing, me and my friend are going to make it at our school</p>
<p>Amaizing project. </p>
<p>Whoa. Interesting bit about the sun-bleached ABS -- it's quite beautiful!</p>
<p>truly amazing process. </p>
<p>congrats Gabe! Looks so great man! Love the design &amp; process!</p>
so difficultT_T
this is so beautiful
<p>Very, very cool project! I really enjoyed reading your process in making this. </p>

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