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Fillament prjected on the ceeling

Fillament prjected on the ceeling

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This Ikea fixture has ventilation holed which project the filament onto the ceeling. Lol.

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Jan 15, 2014 at 11:25 AM Author: LegacyLighting
Hi Manuel

We had two lights that did this when I was a kid. It hadn't occurred to me until now that it was the filament being projected. I love finding out these things. In our case, they were big plastic retro dish pendants, made from acrylic and marketed fiercely in the 1970's. We had a red and a yellow one! I used to put bigger bulbs in them to make the 'projections' larger and brighter!

Another thing I used to do is project the filament and the etch onto paper using a magnifying glass. Great fun!
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Jan 17, 2014 at 10:14 PM Author: BG101
This is a nice effect, remember seeing this a lot in the past. I expect the reflector shades I have would do this if I used clear lamps


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