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    I went the lazy way of buying a 12 inch clock and using the frame, front glass and inside case to make mine. Black poster board cut to size with mirrored window tint spray glued to it in the back and the glass front covered with mirrored window tint on the inside (mirrored side in of course). I am still experimenting with the mirrors as I now get about 8 levels of reflected LEDs going in but I want more. This is the clock that I used $12.99. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01DW6KROWI had to put a small crimp between each LED to get the 60 pixel strip to fit in the 12 inch clock case, maybe a 13 or 14 inch clock would work better but this was the first attempt so I made due with what I had.This photo is with 5% mirrored film front and back, I have ordered some 35% film for the front ...see more »I went the lazy way of buying a 12 inch clock and using the frame, front glass and inside case to make mine. Black poster board cut to size with mirrored window tint spray glued to it in the back and the glass front covered with mirrored window tint on the inside (mirrored side in of course). I am still experimenting with the mirrors as I now get about 8 levels of reflected LEDs going in but I want more. This is the clock that I used $12.99. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01DW6KROWI had to put a small crimp between each LED to get the 60 pixel strip to fit in the 12 inch clock case, maybe a 13 or 14 inch clock would work better but this was the first attempt so I made due with what I had.This photo is with 5% mirrored film front and back, I have ordered some 35% film for the front and actual glass mirrors for the back. There are still a few bubbles that I need to work out of the front film but that will wait until I get the darker film. This photo was also taken under florescent lights, it looks much better in the dark.

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