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    Shadow Dancing?

    Does anyone know what kind of materials are needed to make one of these? Im thinking of going to the fabric store and finding some sort of sheer, white stretchy fabric for the outside wall of the shawdow box, but still unsure of what to backlight it with. I had someone say to use a color rotating wheel so it would change the colors of the shadow box as she was dancing. Does anyone have a recommendation on a color wheel light that can be used for this and is rated for 3-4 hours runtime?

    Also, do you have a shadow dancer at your club and if so, how is the response of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MixPro
    Jeff.

    When I build shadow boxes I use the same white stretchy fabric and I use this L.E.D. system on stand alone mode and slow color fade. Its bad ass and easy to make. I will call you and tell you how to do it.

    http://www.pssl.com/bitemdetail.tpl~...%5BcatGroup%5D

    Hey Sunshine, at least spell my name right

    BTW, Ill agree to make it if you come dance with your thong on for the first night.


    -Geoff

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    Can you tell us a little more about how you made this and do you have any pictures?

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    have always thought this was a cool idea, anybody ever go to bars besides vegas that do this sort of thing

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    If you go to the chauvet website and look up the item mixpro listed above, then click the little tiny link at the top right called "watch video" it shows a shadow box with the chauvet logo. Its made out of pvc pipe with the material stretched over it. Im making mine a bit different. Since I have a small alcove in my club with 3 of the walls already, were just gonna rip a 2x4 and then use it as a nailer for the top, side and bottom, using maybe a tack strip or something to hold the material to the ripped 2x4. I think this will look cleaner than pvc. Ill post pictures when Im done.

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    I've seen it several several times. In some places it is really really popular. In others - it just sorta sits there. I think it is about as easy as it gets to make one, so there is nothing to lose. If people don't respond to it, then you aren't out much!
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    Quote Originally Posted by realityrox.com
    I've seen it several several times. In some places it is really really popular. In others - it just sorta sits there. I think it is about as easy as it gets to make one, so there is nothing to lose. If people don't respond to it, then you aren't out much!
    Yeah, I almost wonder if you're not just as well off using the videos...

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    Videos would be ok, but nothing beats the real thing. Sort of like porn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MixPro
    Jeff.

    When I build shadow boxes I use the same white stretchy fabric and I use this L.E.D. system on stand alone mode and slow color fade. Its bad ass and easy to make. I will call you and tell you how to do it.

    http://www.pssl.com/bitemdetail.tpl~...%5BcatGroup%5D

    I talked to a sales rep at chauvet and she actually told me id be better off going with the colorled 200b instead. Anyone have one of these?

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    Here is a FREE Shadow Dancing How To Guide

    There is a FREE pdf on everything to do with Shadow Dancing at the following link, enjoy, www.shadowdancers.tv it is usually $9.99 but for the moment it is free.

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    The Wow Factor - seem to have seen that slogan before :-)

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