Too good (and cheap) to work?
Dave VanHorn email (remove spam text)
Take your existing screen brightness, take it down 20% for the lens, then spread that light out over the whole area.. Not very bright at all.
You do have to flip the yoke.
Basically, with a high $ screen, in a dark room, starting with a larger screen, you can maybe get to an acceptable result.
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