Oozing Goo - The Lava Lamp Syndicate

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Arne's Discussions

Does anybody have an empty fluidium bottle for sale?

Started Apr 22 0 Replies

I'm looking for an empty fluidium bottle, if anybody is selling one please contact me. thank you :)Continue

Mathmos Astro base variations?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Arne Sep 28, 2021. 4 Replies

I just noticed something on one of my astro bases which I find odd. It's one of the newer bases with polished finish and unlike any other astro base I have it has a extra metal ring inside the upper…Continue

Smart Astro repair.

Started Sep 25, 2021 0 Replies

If anyone still has a dead smart astro I might be able to repair it. Restored 3 smarts and a solar eclipse now without any problems so I'm quite familiar with the electronics by now.Btw, NEVER use…Continue

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Something Interesting About Me:
I like things
Where I Live:
On a once beautiful sphere shaped bubble but with cloudy masterfluid.
My First Lava Lamp was:
Mathmos Telstar orange/violet
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
not many but enough...I think around 20
My Favorite Lava Lamp is:
Always the one I'm currently working on ...following the v4a steel jet
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At 8:09pm on May 21, 2022, Mattgyver92 said…

I'll link to my instructable I'm still writing for the briefcade once it's finished and published if you're interested in it. I will say I've only had luck emulating mariokart 64 for N64 games and I've tried a few. Lot of visual bugs, game breaking glitches, UI errors, and painful framerates. I mostly built mine to play Sega, SNES, and Gameboy Color games that I played as a kid as well as some arcade titles. Also, having my own lasercutter made fabrication many many times easier since I could prototype everything to fit with cheap cardboard until I got the right fit for all my panels and parts.

At 8:04pm on May 21, 2022, Mattgyver92 said…


The briefcase arcade emulator (I've been calling it a 'briefcade' for a good while now) used a portable laptop 2nd monitor that takes mini HDMI input and can be powered from 5VDC from USB:


Everything runs on a Raspberry P1 4 running Retropi Emulation Station image. The controls all wire into a USB driver board (came as a kit). I never did figure out how to configure the trackball. I was powering it with a 30,000mAH USB bank, but now I use a smaller uninterruptable power supply inside. The speakers and amp board aren't great and I can't recommend them. Overall, I love using it.

At 8:27am on March 24, 2016, CrestworthLimited said…

Arne totally digging the custom paint jobs on your lamps, very very cool....



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