- December 13, 2014 at 12:56 pm #1057776General LightingModerator
The management at the seniors home were very impressed with the “Chinese magic lantern cupboard” (which now even includes some equipment made in Britain as there is a Raspberry PI running Openelec XBMC) – but the psychedelic LED “moonbulb” is apparently too strong/fast for older people because of the flashing lights.
So I replaced it with a slower colour chance LED lamp and it is now in my studio/workshop :laugh_at: Added another RGB lamp and going to put up some other wall mounting artwork so it will look as good as 538 Dance Department studios at Hilversum but for far fewer Euros raaa
BTW the moonbulbs are only €10 each and with E27 fitting; they come with adaptors for E14 and B22d – you should be able to get them from CPC or Conrad and they are good and powerful for a house party…December 13, 2014 at 4:13 pm #1278260AngelModerator
I often don’t have a clue about, what you write in your posts..
But I like your taste in music :bounce_g:December 14, 2014 at 12:30 pm #1278259General LightingModerator
The lights are very simple; you can get them online and they are just in cheap desk lamps from Clas Ohlson (we now have this in UK) Is there a online shop like Conrad or CPC in Denmark that sells hi fi; AV/lighting and electronic components?) I have always wondered about this as Danish folk (both boys and girls) seem to be very smart about technology and are always building various projects (like restoring those old computers) but have never been sure where they get their components/materials from..(do they just order them from Germany?)
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