iPhone owner builds miniturized personal theater

iPhone owner builds miniturized personal theater
If you’re the arts and crafts type of person with a lot of time on your hands, you may want to look into creating your very own personal theater using your iPhone. This one owner managed to create a detailed masterpiece that literally looks like a miniaturized version of a theater filled with seats, curtains, exit signs, and a crowning center piece. One can simply place an iPhone or an alternative media player so you can use your imagination and pretend to actually be in a theater. If you’re up to recreating the same personal theater for yourself, you’ll need a few required items like a shoe box and a laser – it’ll require your imagination for everything to come alive of course. Although it seems like an unorthodox way of watching a movie on your phone, it can definitely make for one great diorama project.

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7 Comments

1. cellgeek82

Posts: 518; Member since: Dec 20, 2009

Interesting, but I'm sure any touch screen phone that allows full screen video can be used for this, not just an iPhone.

3. SamTime

Posts: 253; Member since: Nov 07, 2009

HD2 would be awesome wouldn't it?

2. mmanassian

Posts: 8; Member since: Feb 01, 2010

iPhone RULES!!!

4. deago78

Posts: 172; Member since: Oct 08, 2009

Too much free time...

5. lookitdisguy

Posts: 32; Member since: Dec 09, 2009

The phonearena team has a MAD crush on Apple...

6. jrg11

Posts: 65; Member since: Jun 12, 2009

This gets a post on PA, yet still no mention of my award-winning science fair project when I was in 5th grade....what gives?????

7. Tillo

Posts: 8; Member since: Feb 10, 2010

Even if an Iphone owner sneezes,it makes the news here...Obsessed with Iphone...sigh

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