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Ryan Tennill
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re: What light through yonder window breaks?
Ryan Tennill   2/8/2013 9:56:25 PM
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I've heard half a ping-pong ball works well for diffusing LEDs

vvc0
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re: What light through yonder window breaks?
vvc0   2/8/2013 9:39:40 PM
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Opal glass would provide excellent diffusion (producing a Lambertian distribution of the light source), but might be difficult to work with in your lamps. You might try a fabric shop for translucent synthetic fabrics, a photo shop for diffusion film, or Amazon (see http://www.amazon.com/Rosco-Roscolux-Diffusion-Diffusing-Material/dp/B000B73OQY) for some material used in theater lighting. best regards, george vernon

elizabethsimon
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re: What light through yonder window breaks?
elizabethsimon   2/8/2013 6:18:16 PM
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I think what you need is a diffuser between the LEDs and the light covers. Maybe some wax paper or something similar would do...

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