It's summer. You're working in your cool architecture studio, and then suddenly: The reflection of sunlight from the floor is right into your eyes. So, what you're gonna do? The easiest way is to buy a curtain and place it in front of the video, but what if you wanna be more creative?! (Sway Link)
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Step 1: Gathering the Pieces
I found some of the plywood trash left from paving the second floor of the office and started to make shades for the studio. I also used some hooks, cables and pulleys in order to make an adjustable shade protecting me from the sunlight glaze.
Step 2: Finding the Right Way
I used motorcycle brake joints to tie up the cables behind the plywood boards and then I placed some pulleys on top to control the cables.
Step 3: No Issues Anymore
I used the security fences of the window to adjust the shades degree using some hooks. And, no more bothering reflections anymore.
Participated in the
Wood Contest 2016