Christmas Cart 2010

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Christmas Cart 2010

Postby elfurbe » Thu Oct 28, 2010 3:23 pm

Christmas Cart 2010: Mobile, Agile, Hostile
Fuck the City of Tucson, we're still bringing the Motherfucking Christmas Cheer via electronics

POWER INFRASTRUCTURE

LIGHTS:
  • computer controlled light rig?

SOUND:
Call me Austin Stevens cause I'm the snake master.
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Re: Christmas Cart 2010

Postby elfurbe » Thu Oct 28, 2010 3:26 pm

If any of my non-Tucson friends are reading this thread, each year at Christmas time, several of us deck out a golf cart with as many ridiculously bright lights as we can manage. We needed a place to plan it for this year and this was the only forum I could remember I owned, so this is where we're discussing it. Feel free to comment and be ignored/ridiculed for your ideas, or you can just lurk and watch the hilarity.
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Re: Christmas Cart 2010

Postby Qwijib0 » Thu Oct 28, 2010 3:31 pm

Looking into light-o-rama, but that may end up being overkill and too expensive.
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Re: Christmas Cart 2010

Postby elfurbe » Thu Oct 28, 2010 5:51 pm

Ideas I've seen in other mediums:
  • water feature
  • snow machine
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Re: Christmas Cart 2010

Postby Qwijib0 » Fri Oct 29, 2010 9:01 am

Had the water feature idea on the ride home yesterday. It really doesn't need to be spectacular at all, just a water feature, because it's a water feature on a cart. The roof is domed for water spill anyway, so a simple edging of some kind around it with a drain in the corner to a recirculating pump would be fine. Use fish tank tubing or the like so we're never spraying too much, so as the air whips it up or drivers get...tipsy... the collateral damage from water spray will be minimal. Some LEDs to make it shine and I think that'd do it.
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Re: Christmas Cart 2010

Postby elfurbe » Thu Nov 11, 2010 1:06 pm

I am pro this water feature concept. We'll need some kind of design, I'm not sure spraying water haphazardly will garner us the attention we want.
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