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From: "Michael Painter"
Subject: Re: Flickering Candlelight Effect??
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Date: Wed, 01 Jan 2003 21:05:52 GMT
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"Jim Thompson" wrote in message
> I seem to recall a thread about simulating a flickering candle. At
> the time I had no interest.
> Now we've been given a very nice set of steel Christmas carolers about
> 3' high, each caroler holding a music book and a candle holder.
> Candles would never stay lit in the breezy Arizona December, so I'm
> thinking of simulating a candle with LED's (or could be incandescent).
The best "flames" I've seen lately have been done with steady state lights
that shine up on cloth that is blown with a fan, also from below. The
rippling of the material gives a very good effect. In the months since I
first saw them they have gone from being a neat idea to a very real look.
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