The more we learn about technology the more we are able to appreciate it and to learn new and interesting ways of incorporating it in our homes. This is also the case of photo macro and it’s a very cool technique that was patented by the creator Oliver Schuster. It’s called the technique that allows you to save 500 megabytes of data on a monitor and to display it in the cloud.
The cloud video wallpaper was just the starting point for the project. The designer needed to transform 1000 identical frames by removing the glass layer from the top and also by cutting the back of the frames in random directions. Then he placed a layer of jelly paint on each frame, one for each layer. As you can see in the picture, there are five layers in total and each one is made of acrylic sheets. They are glazed and they reflect the light and make the picture appear to be smaller.
Then, when the process was complete, the bottom layer was applied and finally the crown mold was complete. It was an extremely simple project that took only 5 minutes to complete. Of course, the stages and the final image are more complex as well but that’s what makes this one such an appealable idea. Of course, the cost of the project might be a little different. It might cost you $60 but that’s totally ok because, as the designer says, you can make this into any kind of décor you want.