Turning Smashed TVs into Realistic Artificial Daylight

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In this video I'll be showing you how to take old/smashed TVs and computer monitors and turn them into realistic artificial window lights, so that you can have accurate daylight illumination at any time of day. This is all possible because of the technology used inside the backlight mechanism, as I explain in the video. Enjoy!

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Here are the LED strips I recommend: amzn.to/2YsXGsm
You can also buy them on eBay: rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575347517&toolid=10001&campid=5338215129&customid=&icep_item=183773675897&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg
And here's how to make them with laptop screens: fipost.info/show/videot/vJSBrmSPoYaHZaI.html

Eddie Breaks Things
Eddie Breaks Things Vuosi sitten
Dude your videos are amazing the production quality and the content is so engaging I can't stop watching 😅 you've inspired me to get off my butt and start doing something similar. Looking forward to more videos from you! I know your videos take a LOT of time and preparation but that is what makes them so engaging! I would also love your advise on how you make your videos so engaging. I tried to make something of a teardown type video last night but it hasn't turned out quite as good as yours but I am camera shy and i would love it if you could have a look and give any advise on things I'm going wrong. Take care man keep trucking on. So glad you're making content again. Ed
-- 4 kuukautta sitten
@DIY Perks this would be so cool to do with LED lights that can change color! can you make one with RBG LED strips
Jane Smith
Jane Smith 6 kuukautta sitten
Villain? Never! Dr. Who? Most definitely!
Rawk Haze
Rawk Haze 10 kuukautta sitten
I know everyone has their own advice on what makes a good DIY video, but I think if you're camera shy, there's nothing wrong with a video or a series of videos were the sole focus is on the thing you're building or crafting. There's an assortment of no dialogue DIY/craft videos that explain things in text at the bottom of the screen or in the description so people can follow along or even not at all. Those videos have a great almost relaxing quality for anyone watching too, because some people aren't into FIpostrs with high energy or they feel like actors, they just want to see an interesting build project.
Lemuel King
Lemuel King 11 kuukautta sitten
@Tokologo Mosime Black Light, RGB, White....alternate the strips and use an arduino to control, I would guess. I have RGBW floodlights that I control with a remote, but they are 120VAC, not this sweet 12vdc energy saver.
Brazzudso Vuosi sitten
Eddie Breaks Things go!
Mark Seymour
Mark Seymour Päivä sitten
I've finally had a monitor die. I've never been so happy to see tech die before. I've looked at some LEDs that are CRI RA 97+. However they are recommending a power supply of 12v 6A (72W), which seems a lot. Can anyone comment on what power supply they have used?
gettinrhythm 2 päivää sitten
This is amazing. I've had these two old laptops forever with absolutely no use for them. I'm going to try this
VideoNash 6 päivää sitten
Budi Cahyadi
Budi Cahyadi 7 päivää sitten
Hi! It's an amazing video. I like it a lot. I wonder if you can make such lighting made of used ipad (3rd generation) display? Hope this will be the next project... 😁😉.
A Beginner's POV
A Beginner's POV 8 päivää sitten
This is a cool idea but can we do the same with tablet screens too? Please respond, thanks.
Md Razib Ali Mian
Md Razib Ali Mian 9 päivää sitten
Great job dude! Thought for your new project: make a flat LED/LCT monitor into curved one saving significant amount of money. You may do that with 4 monitors together with video splitter to make big curved monitor! Best of luck if you like it.
Stark Wedder
Stark Wedder 9 päivää sitten
I know this is a 2019 video, but I will try to ask you a question anyway. I am trying to do what you suggest, but I am not getting the marvellous result you get. Ar the moment, I am only using one single led strip just for testing and I get very poor light and not so evenly spread. My main question is: are you placing the led strip below or behind the panel that is supposed to be the first (the one with the small dots) ? I hope you have the chance to see thi comment and reply. Thank you
Play Thora
Play Thora 12 päivää sitten
where can i get the frenal layer without broken tvs?
Oscar Blanco
Oscar Blanco 13 päivää sitten
It seems like your idea is halfway to what these guys do with extremely expensive panels: innerscene.com/ I wonder if they are just using some standard fresnel lens layer, or maybe a custom version so they can angle light? Also, the blue tint they have is something I also wonder about. Maybe it's just an additional blue gel layer. Could it be that simple? Are they just charging a ton of money for well-machined boxes?
BigFox 13 päivää sitten
I took my broken LCD tv apart. I got the screen seperated but now I'm worried about how my D.I.Y lamp is going to look because it didn't have that frenal (unsure of spelling) layer. It only had a white defuser layer. How badly wil this effect the daylight effect?
Mahlercougar 19 päivää sitten
Your video is amazing! I have 3 monitors that I was planning on repairing for just having a 3rd monitor but now I want to make an Artificial light! Such a great video! Question.. Can I use multi-colored led strips too? what would a Blue light look like through the layers? Red? Yellow, Green ..etc?
Freedom Strider
Freedom Strider 22 päivää sitten
This is awesome!! Planning on building this in our campervan 😁 Do these LED'S have a max voltage (my campervan battery is max 14.6V) I don't see a datasheet for them?
Cosimo Cosner
Cosimo Cosner 23 päivää sitten
This is amazing! Great vid man!
Agustín Lorenzo
Agustín Lorenzo 24 päivää sitten
Some Person
Some Person 26 päivää sitten
I'm setting this up on my ceiling of my sprinter camper van instead of regular lighting. I'm adding my own strip lights managed by smartthings to change the lighting via time automation to match outside.
Noah Bates
Noah Bates 28 päivää sitten
That's amazing!! Apologies as I know the whole idea of this is DIY but is there any place I can buy these or something similar? Thanks!!
SirRocknB 29 päivää sitten
Hi there! Do you think it would be possible to get any of those diffusing and fresnel sheets from a store?
First Last
First Last 29 päivää sitten
Can I cut the layers in half, or will that affect the efficiency? I have a large screen and would like to maybe make two lights instead of one if it's possible.
code beat
code beat Uukausi sitten
1:46 and press pause (1 secs of video). Window is a real window, panel with only the frameborder and the lens and 'glass' diffuse material and no backplate, is somehow attached to this window. You can clearly see the background of the house, other rooftop(s) of houses around and the light comes from the back (see sunny light bleeding around the frame). When there was a backplate attached, it was impossible to see this. He mentioned a cloudly day assuming there is no sunlight at all however with his example it is a sunny day with sun on the roof and window. Later on we see the same stair scene with light on/off however the shade under the window doesn't change in perspective, which is weird with such impressive light source. This guy must be very good with video editing, filming techniques and aftereffects. The same with the even brightness of the panels, you don't see any hotspots of light. That isn't true especially using a fewer leds (with large gaps between the leds) to light the panel. When using a camera, a camera notice these hotspots very clearly. Again some video techniques or other tricks used. Also when he pick up the panel an look right into the light of the panel, the light that shines on his face came from another light source in the background. Take a look at the angle he is holding the panel and the light source in the background. This guy has great subjects, clever dude, however there is always something that makes the video (to support the subject) better than really is. The first time I notice this is, is the video with a true power amp running on some AA-bateries in series. Ridiculous, impossible results. Don't expect to get the same results as shown in his videos, it can be quite disappointing.
Quinn Lawrence-Sanderson
Quinn Lawrence-Sanderson Uukausi sitten
Correct me if I’m wrong, but if you bought bi-color led strips to install as the backlight and wired up the appropriate controls, you could simulate the orange light from twilight and sunset. Imagine programming a realistic daylight cycle with an arduino...
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iamkill Uukausi sitten
the second time he showed that staircase for some reason i just wanted to cry, i mean i dont go outside, and not once in my whole life will i make that, it just makes me feel more isolated
Sophia Kerz
Sophia Kerz Uukausi sitten
GlitchImprover1 Uukausi sitten
Wanting to use rgb LEDs and make my room into a rave
Ákos Tóth
Ákos Tóth Uukausi sitten
Is it good for light a video for youtubers??
Redneck Pyromania
Redneck Pyromania Uukausi sitten
What if you used color xhanging LEDs
Jesse Haetta
Jesse Haetta Uukausi sitten
I love your shit so much
John B
John B Uukausi sitten
Probably cheaper in the long run to actually put a window in. This is one of those bright ideas that's not that bright. Yes pun intended.
Markus Corr
Markus Corr Uukausi sitten
I love this amazing ideas. So may it be possible to do so with a smartphone for some kind of reading light?
Ninjashadow Uukausi sitten
Imagine if he starts gaming
not _black
not _black Uukausi sitten
"Ok Google, turn off the sun"
Jo Jo
Jo Jo Uukausi sitten
What did he use to extend the wire ? What is it called? Ps Yeshua is coming soon there’s still time to repent and give ur life to him. Just call on him you don’t need anyone else. He sent his son to die so we can have that persona relationship with him restored.
flosusi666 Uukausi sitten
Can I use a UV/blacklight LED stripe to create a strong UV/blacklight Window? Or is it better/more effective to adjust the UV LED strip to the ceiling of the room?
mike Lazembie
mike Lazembie Uukausi sitten
Once got shocked by a capacitor. I have to admit that its not very much fun at all. More of an extended "vvvvvt! Instead of a quick "tch". ⚡⚡😂Based on that I don't recommend it.:))
Shayon Burman
Shayon Burman Uukausi sitten
Electricity Bill go Brrrr
J S Uukausi sitten
Is there any reason not to put the LED strip all the way around the frame to get a brighter light? Or will it be to bright?
Michelle Bautista
Michelle Bautista Uukausi sitten
Clever Man
mikmop Uukausi sitten
Just curious, how would using a few drops of light blue dye in water be any different to soap, in making white light shine with that colour? Or alternatively, just using a light blue tinted semi transparent, acrylic panel? Or just using colour programmable LEDs that shine in the blue spectrum?
Khaled Soliman
Khaled Soliman Uukausi sitten
The spotted cabbage predominantly bow because subway therapeutically scare afore a medical sheet. super, earthy viola
SociallyAwkwardGuy Uukausi sitten
All the photographer out there be like: give me your broken TV now!!
P Scott
P Scott Uukausi sitten
Guidance please. After watching this video I purchased a small used computer monitor at a thrift store for $3US, to use as a backlight for illuminating and copying negatives. I was watching your video again and noticed that you only put a single strip of led lights along one edge and not the whole perimeter of the monitor/tv. I was going to put them along the whole perimeter until I reviewed your video again and was wondering if I in fact saw that correctly? Is placing LEDs along the whole perimeter overkill or simply unnecessary given the fresnel lens? Any advice would be greatly appreciated and thanks so much for sharing your expertise on whatever it is that you present to us. If this works I will make another one and use both of them to illuminate my photo copy table.
P. Johnny
P. Johnny Uukausi sitten
Local recycling center lmfaooooooo Yea my neighbors yard
ReaptheWhirlwind Uukausi sitten
wonder if any secret government facilities use this sort of technology to keep sane underground and mimic sunrise sundown.
Pedro Lemos
Pedro Lemos Uukausi sitten
Your creativity, is just.... endless, you are the MacGyver of technology. thanks for making our creativity flow aswell!
Stey On Board
Stey On Board Uukausi sitten
Really Love your video thanks à lot. I’ve just brought back on old TV at home. I took off everything but I have huge LED tube light instead. (At the end of your video yours are thinner) How can I removed them? Coz if I unscrew the white panel with the tube lights on it I won’t have any base to fixe the LED strips.
ThatGuyFromDamascus Uukausi sitten
Bye bye seasonal depression..
Trueniva Uukausi sitten
Why can't we use the lights already in the TV they seem to be so much better is it not possible to directly connect the lights to a power supply?
††fourmula†† Uukausi sitten
so that the term led-lcd hdtv
Emeric Commenge
Emeric Commenge Uukausi sitten
Does anyone happen to know what's the "fresnel" layer is called and if it can be bought anywhere? I've striped down so many TVs and haven't found any with this type of layer, making my 92*53 cm false window so much less convincing (we can actually see the led strips through it...)!
Nitrous Man
Nitrous Man Uukausi sitten
in your experience with Fresnel Screens (I'm guessing you aren't dealing with sheets with concentric lines, right?) can the sheet be cut to size? I'd be worried about losing the apparent depth effect. This might be the cheapest way to get a big piece of edge lit light panel. www.acrylite.co/acrylic-products/sheet/edge-lit-endlighten.html I saw your R5 thermal fix... BRILLIANT.... if you don't have an old engineering prof to pat you on your back.... and are simply a systematic problem solver.... let me be one to say "Well Done". your work on simulated sunlight is extremely interesting... your problem solving in the Canon R5 is brilliant! (pricey camera though... ouch!) Stay safe, Doug
toppervikingo Uukausi sitten
Thank you for the tip. I have started with my first project. I like to power it from my 12 V battery. Dont I need a driver to run the LED strips or can I directly conect it to my 12 V battery? I have shortend my 5 meter LED strip and have now only 42 LED in my frame - It look very good
Thomas Wilkerson
Thomas Wilkerson Uukausi sitten
Would I get the same effect if I remove the LCD panel and use the original LED backlighting, diffusion layers, and power supply?
GauravDewangan _18_B
GauravDewangan _18_B Uukausi sitten
How much does the electricity bill come in your House 🏠?
Justan Ol ' Guy
Justan Ol ' Guy Uukausi sitten
I have an old monitor that can live again...!
Practically Biblical
Practically Biblical Uukausi sitten
So glad I found this! I have a corner office in my basement and I'm definitely in need of some daylight (or at least the effect of it). Already put an ask out for friends who may have broken TVs.
Haider Al
Haider Al Uukausi sitten
BBC-lever quality, production and voice
Jason Williams
Jason Williams Uukausi sitten
With the TV were you had to use more then 1 strip. Can you use a non sodder clamp or do you have to sodder with these. I do not know how to sodder so I am trying to figure out how to get it to work with out doing something that will mess it up.
gabriele lepri
gabriele lepri Uukausi sitten
how to check quality of original leds in terms of spectrum coverage and white balance? i have some panels that works without replacing leds but i'd like to dim them and to color check them
Jeff Guy
Jeff Guy Uukausi sitten
The ebay posting for them has your pics with your face blurred out 😂
Vinni Private
Vinni Private Uukausi sitten
How well does this work with color LEDs (especially Neopixels)?
Stan Vd hurk
Stan Vd hurk Uukausi sitten
Can I use different colored leds as well? I wanna make rgb panels :))
Aniruddh Pandere
Aniruddh Pandere Uukausi sitten
Nasir Shah
Nasir Shah 2 kuukautta sitten
hi what do you think could happened if i put 70 LED lights 3.3V altogether to House power 220V?
Rabin JPT
Rabin JPT 2 kuukautta sitten
could you please make video on RGB led light
Tee Jey
Tee Jey 2 kuukautta sitten
Where can i buy these? Do you know the official name of each sheet?
Pankaj Sharma
Pankaj Sharma 2 kuukautta sitten
Thank you so much 💕
plone 2 kuukautta sitten
this could be a great idea for house plants light during winter
Matthew Kerner
Matthew Kerner 2 kuukautta sitten
Has anyone tried to do this with a samsung tv? Mine looks to have a different setup with the panels. There are no little dots on the acrylic but instead there is another layer that is yellowish that was underneath the acrylic. I've tried with and without it and I am not getting the same results. The light is clearly brighter at the edge. I also tried with putting the LEDs around the entire panel, not just on one side. Thanks~
Tom X
Tom X 2 kuukautta sitten
​@Matthew Kerner There is no specific brand - it should work with most of the brands. I found acrylic layer both in the very old PC monitor (LG Flatron) and in the few years old laptop. But I didn't find BEF layer in the old Flatron. I also had the same effect as you with the light being brighter at the edge. The only time the light was evenly distributed was when I put the lightbulbs in a carton box and covered the box with these layers. This way the light was far away from the layers. But then I changed the layers into simple tracing paper and found out that there was not much of a difference.
Matthew Kerner
Matthew Kerner 2 kuukautta sitten
Ok so now I got a Visio and the “acrylic” layer is actually cheap coated plastic that doesn’t have any of the little dots. Is there a specific brand I should look fir because “most” isn’t working for me. :-(
Phillipa Kemi
Phillipa Kemi 2 kuukautta sitten
Our TV just broke and our living room's really dark... I might try this
MAURO LINARES 2 kuukautta sitten
I'm gonna break my new tv to try this 😂
CELTICSAVAGE 2 kuukautta sitten
I have a little question... which would potentially be brighter - a computer screen or TV?
Angir Gie
Angir Gie 2 kuukautta sitten
Is this like what is used to view x-rays in medical offices?
Flying Karapet
Flying Karapet 2 kuukautta sitten
why so many dislikes?
Flying Karapet
Flying Karapet 2 kuukautta sitten
@Tom X still too high.
Tom X
Tom X 2 kuukautta sitten
Approximately 1.000 dislikes vs 100.000 likes. I guess one person in hundred tries it at home and is disappointed with the results. I'm one of them :)
The5GIO5 2 kuukautta sitten
Is this light any harmful? I see the world esp movements slightly different with it why
Dominic Kyritsis
Dominic Kyritsis 2 kuukautta sitten
Coooooool! I thought about that idea before, but quickly rejected it as an idealistic dream, as I thought, it would be way too clumsy to get the parts separated (those comsumer electronics are nowadays rarely produced to be repairable, but rather quick and cheap), BUT THANKS TO MATT DREAMS BECOME REALITY - THANKS!
spotify95 2 kuukautta sitten
Great video about recycling an old broken TV :) You might also be able to salvage other electronic components for other uses, for example most modern TVs tend to have relatively good speakers (10W is quite common), so these speakers can be hooked up to a suitable audio amplifier. Older TVs (with larger enclosures) also have good sounding speakers.
Tom X
Tom X 2 kuukautta sitten
It simply doesn't work ! I DID IT in various configurations. The results are nowhere near to what is being claimed in this very persuasive video. DIY Perks made a great attempt to create "Realistic Artificial Daylight". I praise him for this. The theory behind his idea is also (IMO) quite valid. Nevertheless, I think that the attempt was not successful despite what is being said in the video. I really believed that this BEF layer (erroneously called fresnel layer) will do miracles to the light. It simply doesn't. If you don't believe me, please watch closely the experiment he shows with inverse square law at around 2:30. Light drop off is still there! Even on such a small distance. And the rooms are usually larger than the plank with 4 cups. So your brain will not be fooled, because the light drop off will be there and it will be quite noticeable. (I replicated this experiment and I have to admit that I didn't notice such a clear effect as shown in the video). If you create a monitor-lamp, as DIY Perks did, and compare it to a regular ceiling lamp from a store - there will not be much of a difference. I sincerely wish otherwise. I hope other people will share the results they obtained instead of just saying how great it was to watch this video. Because we already know that this video is a pleasure to watch :)
Matthew Kerner
Matthew Kerner 2 kuukautta sitten
I agree. I tried with two separate TV, one Samsung and one Visio and neither gave a realistic daylight. Two feet back and the light falls off dramatically. I used the exact LEDs he suggests and the color is also way too cool to be considered "daylight"
Ebbelwoy 2 kuukautta sitten
These LEDs in the Amazon link are pretty cheap. How do they compare to the much more expensive yuji LEDs in terms of realistic sunlight?
Thomas Kregel
Thomas Kregel 2 kuukautta sitten
Question -- Starting my project with 55" TV. Looks like you just put in one LED strip along top side. Left , right and bottom sides didn't need one? Overkill? Or did we just not see that part of the construction?
thedestractor 2 kuukautta sitten
Hi Matt, for Desctop Monitor is it same step like laptop or TV please ( if i want use the power supply directly from the monitor ) the one i have is HP EliteDisplay E243i 24-inch Monitor
misterbonzoid 2 kuukautta sitten
Just the most superb quality channel. Thank you. Brilliant ideas done brilliantly, filmed and recorded in brilliant quality.
Filipe Sena
Filipe Sena 2 kuukautta sitten
I dont even have a broken TV
Simon Hallett
Simon Hallett 2 kuukautta sitten
When you add the LED strips, are you adding a strip to each side of the panel, or just the bottom? The video only shows the addition of one strip to the bottom. Can't imagine one strip being bright enough though.
fariq fatah
fariq fatah 2 kuukautta sitten
artificial heat and uv?
Jasvinder Rekhi
Jasvinder Rekhi 2 kuukautta sitten
Hey buddy. How you doin. Hope the lockdown has been gentle with you and loved ones. Big fan of your obsession with creating the sun and finally you have achieved it. Btw. Is it possible to make a window with edge lit RGB led using endlighten acrylic or any cheaper and more vastly available material as panels to make windows go from transparent to opaque to any other color. I think a window effect could be achiened with that too
lee Purser
lee Purser 2 kuukautta sitten
Dude your brilliant👏, loving your vids, can't waitvto try some of this out.
Nicola Fowler
Nicola Fowler 2 kuukautta sitten
Can this work with LCD tvs
roger40000 2 kuukautta sitten
wow! best video i have seen in years thanks for this really really impressive and no stupid blaring music or cursing!
ballkeeper666 2 kuukautta sitten
once you added the 2 wires what do you power up with
Ilena Starbreeze
Ilena Starbreeze 2 kuukautta sitten
hey what was the amp rating of the power brick you used?
Kiburi 2 kuukautta sitten
Awesome! Thank you for this. But what if I put leds all around and not on just one side? Will it be too bright?
BLCK TABLE MUSIC 2 kuukautta sitten
does it matter if the tv is a plasma or lcd ? are all their backlights the same?
Predrag Milic
Predrag Milic 2 kuukautta sitten
tubelitrax 2 kuukautta sitten
I have a little problem with my old TV. Mine's backlight with about 18 leds directly in the backpanel (not at the sides). Problem: The original ones have some kind of a little round diffusor directly on it. Therefor there are only 2 diffusor sheets. When I use the led strips now, you can still see every led and the light isn't as diffuse as shown in the video. It was embarrasing. The original ones are very diffuse instead. But the original TV controls sadly have a power saving function and turn the backlight off after 5 Minutes. That's sad! I could still make some kind of timed stairway light with a motion detector, haha. But I'd rather go with the led strip and get rid of the whole original circuit board and controls and so on. So has anyone a clue how to make it even more diffuse without loosing so much brightness? I don't have the panel with the diffusion pads on it like around 5:28 in the video. Should I take even more diffusor sheets from another led TV and add them to my panel or what?
bryant alfonso
bryant alfonso 2 kuukautta sitten
CHING CHONG RIDER 3 kuukautta sitten
4:57 what's that layer called?
ayse1st 3 kuukautta sitten
It seems complicated for me, I would prefer to pay you if you do one for me 😁
Gemunu Jayasinghe
Gemunu Jayasinghe 3 kuukautta sitten
sir, thanks for your brilliant idea.
tploegske minivoetbal
tploegske minivoetbal 3 kuukautta sitten
If you combine this light, with the soapy window in your other video , for blue light refraction. Would you also get a more warmer lighting? Getting it closer to sunlight?
Efraim Eli
Efraim Eli 3 kuukautta sitten
This shit doesn't work. Thank you for wasting my time and money.
Efraim Eli
Efraim Eli 2 kuukautta sitten
@Sebastian Alvarado Absolutely not common sense, stop protecting him.
Sebastian Alvarado
Sebastian Alvarado 2 kuukautta sitten
@Efraim Eli it’s common sense... of course not all screens will have that special layering.
Efraim Eli
Efraim Eli 2 kuukautta sitten
@Sebastian Alvarado He didn't say it in the video, he can go f*ck himself now.
Sebastian Alvarado
Sebastian Alvarado 2 kuukautta sitten
it heavily depends on your model
Efraim Eli
Efraim Eli 3 kuukautta sitten
@ZyoH I did exactly what he did and the end result doesn't look the same at all. The leds' pattern is very visible under the layers and it looks nothing like real daylight.
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