[Noisebridge-discuss] Window for Turing Classroom (was "Classroom Turing Porthole")
sean.p.cusack at gmail.com
Tue Feb 8 02:54:14 UTC 2011
Though totally awesome, a piece of acrylic that big would be *spendy* - like
$150 or so is my guess? Also, the biggest problem with plastic in general -
it gets scratchy as a mofo when you start to clean it! Not saying its
undoable, but it may be a bit harder to implement than originally thought.
On Feb 7, 2011 6:09 PM, "Patrick Keys" <citizenkeys at gmail.com> wrote:
Wow... I had the exactly same idea earlier today and planned on posting
it: a window for the Turing classroom.
Seriously, a window into that classroom would really open that space up
in a positive way. My idea, though, was to replace the whiteboard next
to the classroom door with an equally-big acrylic/plexiglass window and
move that whiteboard to a different wall. We could then put a set of
cheap blinds over the inside of the window for when a group wants
privacy or needs darkness for a projector.
On 2/7/2011 6:02 PM, Albert Sweigart wrote:
> I have a circular piece of glass I fished out of the trash at NB which
> might make a nice window for the Turing classroom door. It might offer
> a nice way to see if the room is in use without opening the door all
> the way. The glass is a circle with about a foot diameter (we'd make
> the window smaller.
> Anyone object? Anyone want to help?
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