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Re: NBTV Convention

Postby gary » Thu Apr 14, 2016 10:06 am

Thanks again so much Volker, great pics.

I was scratching my head for a while with the first photo as I was seeing an optical illusion caused by the mirror - the second put it all into context. That looks a very interesting unit (as do all of Karen's creations). Did you get to see it in action?

I must say people do seem to be taking things to a new level - it's great to see.
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Re: NBTV Convention

Postby DrZarkov » Thu Apr 14, 2016 3:16 pm

Yes, I saw Karen's monitor in action. The picture is great. The disadvantage is, that you have to stand in the right position in front of the monitor, or you will see nothing.
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Re: NBTV Convention

Postby Panrock » Thu Apr 14, 2016 11:05 pm

Thanks for the great pics Volker. I didn't realise you were taking them. Interesting how the light coming from my unit looks white when it was very definitely monochromatic red.

As usual I didn't get time to study everyone else's displays in detail. Though I loved Colin Sanderson's massive 'Selfridges' televisor and Karen Orton, as usual, impressed with the standard of her results and sheer innovation.

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