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    Ok guys this will blow your mind. http://www.lumenlab.com/

    http://www.lumenlab.com/forums/index...=0&#entry35682

    https://secure.lumenlab.com/shop/group.php?id=4

    If you haven't seen it yet.

    All we need is a bit of cash, I'm told less than 500 US.

    I know a guy here locally thats building one. Once done I'll go look first hand.

    Any of you done this yet, or contimplating it?
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    Ok guys this will blow your mind. http://www.lumenlab.com/

    http://www.lumenlab.com/forums/index...=0&#entry35682

    https://secure.lumenlab.com/shop/group.php?id=4

    If you haven't seen it yet.

    All we need is a bit of cash, I'm told less than 500 US.

    I know a guy here locally thats building one. Once done I'll go look first hand.

    Any of you done this yet, or contimplating it?
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    If that's on the level, it's simply stunning. With the right video card, the big screen plasma TV should be obsolete! You could just watch TV through the PC
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    If you get a 16 mls response time monitor you could game to I think.
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    Toad lets us know i'm soo interested.
    Thanks for your researches
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    had this pic since early 2002 . . . .

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    Badsight I've seen that pic along time ago too. But it wasn't done the same way now was it? If I recall right the guy that posted it said he seldom played it that way since the bulb didn't last very long, in his projector. But this thing I'm talking about has a lifespan of 20,000 hours I think.
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