Flat Panel Lights

Tyrone Arnold from Millennium Revival Center in Wake Forest, NC brings us these panels that look like flat screen TV’s projecting color into the room.

To make this happen they created three panels with a shower curtain wrapped tightly around them – back lit with six LED strips. This project cost about $90.

Tyrone bought ten 8” 2×4 pieces of wood and built the frames. He went to Walmart and bought three frost shower curtains and wrapped them around the frames. He already had the LED strips so he just put them behind the panels and shining on the band.

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12 responses to Flat Panel Lights

  1. What kind of LED strips were used in the panels?

  2. Did you have any problems with tearing or seams? I would think that that plastic would tear easy.

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