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[MOD] - Visible Contrast - Updated 18th, Nov 2013 - Completed Photos with Transparent LCD


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Looking good!


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Nice clean cut, a great sign of great work. Keep it up.


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Nice work on the window.  I love that u-channel hides the little blemishes from cutting so you don't have to be perfect.  Such a nice product to use.
 
Also love the RW work gloves, I have the same pair!

 It wasn't too bad of a miss, I just set the dremel on the line the first time instead of just inside. Mostly a paint issue lol Thanks man :)

I do like the RW gloves, I've got 3-4 pairs I think, scattered around, for different things
 

I love how you're holding out on the forum for now....  Great work Chris.

 I had an order of things I wanted to share in my head, and I wanted to do the window progressively, so I figured I'd do the other stuff first, since I was still working on the window at the time :)
 

Looking good!

 Thanks Doyll
 

Nice clean cut, a great sign of great work. Keep it up.

Thanks Jesse
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Fan paged once again.

 

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Thanks Jeremy :)
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A little taste of what comes ahead...

This was an idea I came up with after seeing a similar concept used for a game at a Dave & Busters that I went to a few months ago.


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Ahh looks sweet Mos, I hope you can successfully work it in.


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Wow that is sweet. Cost is...?


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Ahh looks sweet Mos, I hope you can successfully work it in.

 Thanks man! I'm sure I'll get it worked in one way or another ;)
 

Wow that is sweet. Cost is...?

Thanks Dr Nesh. Cost depends on what you go with for a sacrificial monitor. I did find some legitimate transparent LCD's being sold as stand alone LCD's that don't have the darker tint to them, but they were way more than I was willing to spend (~$500 for the ones I was finding). This one cost me $30 shipped, as a "for parts or repair" on eBay. The backlight didn't work, which was perfect, since I didn't need that part of it, and the LCD was fine. It's an AOC 16" USB monitor, so I don't need separate power or anything else running to the outside of case :)
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dude that is such an awesome idea of a window skeeter! i hope that works out!


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Nice!! Here's a back drop video for it. 1:19 and evil laugh near the end.

 


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Thanks Dr Nesh. Cost depends on what you go with for a sacrificial monitor. I did find some legitimate transparent LCD's being sold as stand alone LCD's that don't have the darker tint to them, but they were way more than I was willing to spend (~$500 for the ones I was finding). This one cost me $30 shipped, as a "for parts or repair" on eBay. The backlight didn't work, which was perfect, since I didn't need that part of it, and the LCD was fine. It's an AOC 16" USB monitor, so I don't need separate power or anything else running to the outside of case :)

 

In other words - crazy lucky pick on ebay. XD


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