@sammydog01 the projector that comes in the box is not that great. It’s ok for really dark rooms and certain windows.
The clips are pretty cool though. If you happen upon a used projector that people would actually use for watching movies, grab it. I’ve seen amazing displays with those where they actually use them outside on mosquito netting to look like actual ghosts since the net is see through.
@rman Out of curiosity were they the tricolor model? Usually the cheaper ones only have red and green lasers. The blue (actually 405nm blue-violet [Blu-Ray]) diodes drive the price up a bit, as they are more expensive to acquire than red and green diodes. This seems like a pretty good deal for an RGB model with a remote.
We bought a pair of the ‘kaleidoscope’ multicolor 'projector’s from wallyworld. They’re inside the house on a tripod aimed at our largest ground floor window, which is covered in translucent film with snowflake patterns. What shows up outside is almost psychedelic.
@duodec I like it. I used a couple of similar ones that swirl to decorate my palm trees that are full of thorns unlike all my neighbors that just pointed them at their house walls. Not to mention, they’re Halloween colored (purple, green, orange) but when pointed at the trees, they look kinda rainbow.
My neighbour has one. The pinpoint lights on the darn thing come right in our kitchen window even tho it’s not pointed at our house. They are incredibly annoying. Don’t be so lazy and put up a string of lights. Bah humbug.