Silhouette Projector Lamp.




Introduction: Silhouette Projector Lamp.

About: Self learner and father of three, nature lover.

This is a project I´ve been working for years. Almost 15 years ago I saw lamp shade in Tv and started to figure it out how in heaven those figurines move. I havent found anything in the web so I look for in books and finnally I could sorted it out.

My kids love this lamp and always ask for new designs. Hope you like it rated and vote in the Epilog contest.

Step 1: Materials

Turbine & Silhouette Projector

4 pieces of 15 x 22 Frosted Glass

25 wats light bulb

Light bulb socket

Step 2: The Base

I used four pieces of plywood and installed in the center a 25 watts light bulb. The central axis was made with a stainles steel wire and a thin needle attached to the point of the wire.

Step 3: The Glass Box

This glass box was made with four pieces of frosted glass of 25 x 15 glued together.

Step 4: Scaromouche, Scaromouche Will You Do the Fandango ? !

This lamp has become in a fountain of tranquility. Let me know in the comments what shapes would you like to see in my lamp.

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    3 years ago

    With this simple project I have teached my students how thermodynamic forces works in an easy way. How to build from a single paper sheet a 3D structure that works as a propeller using the heat from the light bulb. It is simple for kids learn how to use a simple drawing compass and use maths to divide the circle in 8 or more pieces and use them as propellers.

    M.C. Langer
    M.C. Langer

    3 years ago

    Very nice lamp! I love the Jurassic one!


    Reply 3 years ago

    My favourite ! Jr. draw a tiny dinosaur, oh btw did you checked the space lamp ? Guess Who's there