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post #61 of 68 (permalink) Old 09-02-2019, 03:07 PM - Thread Starter
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Finally another update on the WOPR

For the LED panels I still needed to build a small shroud.
I simply cut some acrylic into shape and painted in in the same
color as the panels itself.







They were put into place just by some double sided tape.





If you know the movie, you know that the WOPR has some lables all around. At first, I wanted to
make a stencil and spray it on, but watching the movie again, made me realize, they just
used some vinyl to make the lables. So, I went over to my vinyl cutter and made my own.



And attached them already.







To start the computer and LEDs later, I needed some buttons. They should not be visible from the outside,
So I put them behind the cover at the front.





Programming the LEDs was now the last step. Its really a bunch of code. I have to thank the forum member "dirty elf" who really helped me out here.
Here you can see a picture from the work in progress, but it already shows the effect pretty good.



Now, I will install the LED panels and work on the cable management. And then its time for some final pictures and a video.
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looks great! really looking forward to seeing it all come together!


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Subbed. Wow how have i not seen this build before?
This is absolutely EPIC. You sir are a hero for the amount of time and effort you have put into this.

I love the idea and execution. It really looks fantastic.
Eager to see the final few steps to completion of the case, and then with all the hardware in.

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And here are some final pics.

The making of will follow shortly.































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Looks amazing man, great job.

Might be cool to set up the internal rgb leds with a red/yellow pattern as well?
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Oh wow, this is incredible.

Agreed with the internal RGB LEDs
Also, where are all the connectors (video out, usb, sound) Are they in one of the panels or do you access them from underneath?

But yes, this is absolutely incredible.

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EVGA SuperNOVA G3 650W
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DDR3 ECC 8 x 8GB
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All connections are on the left side. There is a hole in the bottom to feed the cables through.
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wow. that came out so great.

would love to see some videos of the animations


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