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3d printed portable projector
3d printed portable projector

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This is how one can produce stop motion gifs with GuerillaBeam,

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GuerillaBeam on DJI ROnin steadycam.

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Sticking the middle finger with a 3d printed  #GuerillaBeam  projector.
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2015-03-19
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I want to get statistics about my page at +CircleCount (www.circlecount.com) with this key:
!!g5edy83ptu8u3txf3kp!! #CircleCountAuthPage

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Please say hello to the guerillaBeam mascot "Batowl". :)

The layout is circular, as this makes it a lot easier to project.
The image is actually designed as a guerillaBeam slide.

It's Open Source (the way I aim to publish all of my guerillaBeam slides), so if you like to, please go ahead and play with it: http://guerillabeam.net/img/batowl_25_15.svg
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Since I'm making projectors, I'm using 35mm slides as business cards.
This is handy (since I print a lot of slides), ensures some extra attention for my card, and also gives a good talking point :)

If you are interested in doing this yourself, you can always ask me any question, head over to +GuerillaBeam, or jump directly to my website http://guerillabeam.net. Have fun!
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2014-06-10
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One of my new (projectable) visiting cards.
It say's "Hi, I'm Universalist, and this is a +GuerillaBeam" in German.

Do you know that you could easily do the same?
Please have a look at my website http://guerillabeam.net if you are interested in building (or even printing) your own portable projector.
#guerillabeam   #projection #3dprinted
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I am currently conducting tests with +GuerillaBeam , using 12V DC power supplies.
With an 1.5 Ampere power supply and at ambient temperature, my 3 Cree XM-L T6 bike light draws about 14W.
After about 10 minutes the thermal protection of the light kicks in (which is nice) and reduces the power consumption to about 10W, stabilizing the lights (outside) temperature at about 60°C (which is also nice for not melting the PLA).
Seems useable! :)
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2014-06-11
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