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You can probably tell, I like plasma-based toys. This one's pretty simple. At certain focal points of a stained-glass window, like say the crown, or perhaps the whole window, insert a large flat plasma storm behind the stained glass. Enjoy otherworldly ethereal lighting shows.
Insert giant kaleidoscope
wheel if desired.
Plasma clock. [RayfordSteele, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]
Kaleidoscope Cathedral [RayfordSteele, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]
These toys would be cheap office decor, for them. [bungston, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]
Transparent solar cells
yes, they do exist [Freefall, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]
||Since it is a window anyway, can you make it solar powered?
||I suppose there could be some cells buried in it in a few places, but I'm not aware of any solar cells that aren't opaque. It would also be difficult to get the voltage requirements, with typical commercial cell output.
||Difficult to ascertain the effect on Stink-Filled-Windows, this plasma is.
||Thank you p, that would totally rock. As would plasma-enhanced window displays of the book of Ezekiel.
||Just found a place in town that teaches stained-glass cutting. I'm signing up; maybe I'll bake this.
||Why stop at a storm? Can't one order translucent plasma TV panels?