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That's along the lines of what I was thinking. Thanks. Hopefully that'll get me on track.



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Thanks. I'm really looking for a budget solution ☺️

Away from lasers, my brain is telling me it's got to be possible with simple small bulb and carefully cutout cardboard that'll project the image larger etc but i can't even find basic ideas via Google atm. I'm probably not using correct search terms �� maybe a budget solution wouldn't suffice.


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Hi Stephen,

 

The British Museum did this for their recent Ashurbanipal exhibition, adding colour to stone reliefs (see around 0.10sec in the promo video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OZe-y5tk9Q) – although I doubt it was cheap!

 

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Hello,

 

Speculative question here. I’m sure its possible but has anyone here used light or lasers to project writing on an object in order to highlight an inscription? I know there’s proper paint/ink that can be used to highlight inscriptions but I was also wondering wherever light was also possible via either projecting light through a card cut out with the inscription or laser (safe laser levels hopefully!).

 

Any suggestions for projecting writing on objects welcome �� Especially if they are cheap ��

 

Thanks

Stephen.

 

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