In 2014, researchers from the University of Manchester used a 3D laser to build a solar-powered roof.
The roof can be seen here in the video below, and it’s made of transparent, flexible plastic that you can bend or roll around to create different shapes.
In order to produce a roof of this size, the researchers had to use a combination of laser, optics, and fabric.
The solar panels have a diameter of just over 7 inches, and each panel is connected to a solar panel, so you can roll it around and rotate it in any direction.
You can see more videos and more images below, but here’s the best part: this roof is actually really simple.
Just a projector and a little bit of plastic.
As you can see, the projectors are connected to the roof with a long ribbon, so it’s very easy to get it right the first time.
However, you’ll want to use the projector to project a clear image of your roof, so make sure you don’t miss a step.
For example, if you’re trying to figure out the angle of the sun, you might want to take the projector outside to make sure it’s in the right place, or just use a reflective film to give you a clear sky.
And of course, you can make a few different projects to suit your own needs.
So here’s a video of the project in action, and if you need a refresher, here’s how it works: The video above shows how the projector works.
If you’re going to make your own roof, you should definitely make it bigger, so don’t be shy.
It’s super easy to build and the materials are really cheap.