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DIY Glow Wall

Have you ever been to a wall that captures your shadow? I saw the one at the Exploratorium in San Francisco years ago. Never would I have imagined that you could recreate one in your own home! But that’s just the beginning of what Mark Rober (previously at Neatorama) is doing with this wall. (YouTube link) It glows. It captures shadows. You can draw on it. You can transfer existing images onto it.
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