(I really need to work on my photography skills, though…)
The idea was based on a quote that my son had mentioned he liked.
The frame was based on the one I used for the prior project, but this time the innards included multiple layers of acrylic (teal and black). For the innermost layer, I again used light-diffusing plastic from Inventables (http://www.inventables.com/categories/materials/plastic/light-diffusers).
As with the Overwatch sign, this one glows.
But this time, I included a multi-color light strip with remote control, so he can change the color.
I especially like how it looks when the room lights are out.
(It’s intentional that the other words are invisible in the dark.)
As an added bonus, the $16 LED controller I used (http://a.co/8Fp10pI) is also wifi enabled, so he can control the lighting via a smart phone app or Alexa/Echo. It can even pulse and change colors to music.
(I didn’t even know these controllers existed a week ago, and I’m still amazed at how quickly something like this can go from idea to reality with the Glowforge.)
My other son got something as well, but I still need to take photos of that one…