Sean Bolinger from Christian Faith Center in Federal Way, WA brings us this epic design for their Revolution Youth Conference. (Originally posted September 2013)
The youth had thirteen old 27″ tube TVs with flat screens that were originally purchased 9 years ago as video game stations. For the past year they sat in storage collecting dust, so they decided to build a frame out of them. They went on Craigslist.com and found three other matching ones that were anywhere from 30-40$. They built framing to hold the TVs out of 2×4’s, 4×4’s and plywood. They built a base for the bottom row to sit on and then built shelves for the columns and spanned the top with 4×4’s and plywood to support the top row. Then they boxed off the inside and painted it black.
Then they took RGB LED strips and attached them to thin pieces of 1/4″ plywood that was painted black and secured them in a criss-cross pattern across the front of the inner box.
Then they put up pieces of an old set (PVC Pipe uplit with LED Bars and work lights attached to piping) to compliment the new center structure.