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Dexist
02-23-2011, 09:57 AM
http://lbp.me/v/x4g8xv

A big Sacksung LED TV made by me:
v1.0:
http://i8.lbp.me/img/ft/48855fdea495ff5f0caf151a608da78798374bd5.jpg
http://i7.lbp.me/img/ft/d576aa32b113c9ece27b41f233c30d51e2219701.jpg

facts:
-Each TV consist out of 512 'LED'
-placing more then 2 TV's will already overheat the level.-> point to change

How they work:
-Each tv has 512 hologram medium grid squares. these light up when a tag comes close, so basicly make a word or w/e out of tags and move it infront of the tv.



- planning on making a tv with individual customable LEDs(each single led can be turned on with a specific tag, in a sequencer for example), but that would require 512 different tags, and tagsensors, and lots of wires. So i am planning on makeing a smaller tv with this concept.

robbit10
03-04-2011, 07:36 AM
Good concept! By having several invisible holographic squares moving in front of the TV, you can probably make some fancy animations :)

tetsujin
03-04-2011, 04:14 PM
Good concept! By having several invisible holographic squares moving in front of the TV, you can probably make some fancy animations :)

Not only that, but - if I'm not mistaken...

If the pixels on the TV were triggered by impact sensors (configured "include touching", "require tag"), instead of just tag sensors - you could move invisible, tagged holo through the same layer as the TV pixels and the TV pixels would approximate the shape of the invisible holo...

I don't know what the impact sensor's analog behavior is - whether it would be possible to vary the intensity of the pixels according to how much overlap there is with a tagged object...

Dexist
03-06-2011, 09:50 AM
Thanks, for the reactions :), @tetsujin, that could indeed work, thanks for that suggestion, I will test that:D

zermatten
03-12-2011, 11:18 AM
I made something similar to this in lbp1, it also was really thermometer-eating. I've been itching to make a colour TV ever since I saw that holo's mix colours correctly, so overlapped red, blue and green holos with the correct analogue signals to each one should be able to produce any colour you want.