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Home Theater (The Trogcave) and Creating the anamorphic lens (Note: R.I.P Trogcave Sep.17 2011) (45)    How to play games in scope (2.35:1) (for PC steam users) (0)   

Home Theater (The Trogcave) and Creating the anamorphic lens (Note: R.I.P Trogcave Sep.17 2011) (45 photos)

 Weighted average: 4.9, average: 4.9 of 5 (48 votes) (4.9) (48 ratings)

Uploaded Sep 18, 2010 23:27:44
The theater, where it begins.



Uploaded Sep 18, 2010 23:27:51
Copper bolts...



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 00:17:48
...and screws.



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 00:29:06
I cut and formed copper sheet to make brackets for the optical glass prisms he found at a trophy website



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using a 12" dial caliper to find and mark the center of the bracket



Uploaded Sep 18, 2010 23:27:58
Smiling.



Uploaded Sep 18, 2010 23:28:05
some math and design notes.



Uploaded Sep 18, 2010 23:28:13
sodering the bolts.



Uploaded Sep 18, 2010 23:51:53
I am cleaning off the plates with a sandblaster to get rid of the dirt and oil from the panel, and also cleaned it to prevent human prints of oil from making it dirty.



Uploaded Sep 18, 2010 23:52:00
setting up grids for degrees in angles, the infocus x10 has an offset of 135%, angled to prevent keystoning.



Uploaded Sep 18, 2010 23:52:07
We positioned the strings holding plumb bobs for straightness. I am using the gremetry test pattern for digital video essentials.



Uploaded Sep 18, 2010 23:52:17
prism placement test



Uploaded Sep 18, 2010 23:52:24
using binary epoxy (a special glue) to hold prisms in brackets



Uploaded Sep 18, 2010 23:52:32
prisms fixtured together.



Uploaded Sep 18, 2010 23:52:39
painting ends of the prism to prevent light from escaping.



Uploaded Sep 18, 2010 23:52:46
box is now built.



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 00:02:36
lining up the black felt to prevent light pollution



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 00:02:43
putting up shims



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 00:02:50
setting drags on prisms with nylon nuts



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 00:02:57
almost done.



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Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 00:12:53
Final sanding for urethane coat. Note latex gloves to prevent oil from hands on box.



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 00:13:03
First functioning test.



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 02:13:34
we used an aluminum sign we found in a dumpster at the cove maintenence workshop for our ceiling mount with some secondhand extruded aluminum for rigidity



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 02:13:40
picture of lens out (unmounted)



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 02:13:47
picture of lens in (unmounted)



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 02:40:40
The Proud Creator



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 02:40:49
pictures of the theater around



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Picture of a 1/6th scale of a picnic table, a place for the remotes.



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Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 02:41:56
The picture of the projector on the ceiling



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 02:50:30
More projector action!



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 02:50:38
In front.



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 02:50:46
Me in front of the screen, watching "Book of Eli".



Qucik Masking


Uploaded May 08, 2011 23:06:26
Qucik Masking
My neato way of masking for 16:9 content.



...with a little help from my friends.


Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 02:50:57
...with a little help from my friends.
Me and my friends watching "Gladiator" in high definition.



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 02:51:04
The money shot!



Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 02:51:11


Uploaded Sep 19, 2010 14:57:49
Like father, like son. Couldn't done it without him.





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