Saturday, June 4, 2011

Here below you can see photos:, of a just completed, in the spring of 2011, custom carved King David Laser Beam Harp. This harp is now installed under a stone archway in the Jewish Children`s Museum in Brooklyn NY. The exhibit should be open in the summer of 2011. It has 7 green 5mw lasers with 7 sensors. It is carved from Oregon Myrtle wood, to look as if it was made from a branch of an olive tree, complete with leaves and olives. Much of the carving is also gilded. The carved Hebrew lettering refers to King David. This laser harp is designed to look like it could be a harp with strings, thus the carved 'tuning pegs'. King David Laser HarpKing David Laser HarpKing David Laser HarpKing David Laser HarpKing David Laser Harp being installed in the JCM Museum For Science and Children`s MuseumsHere below you can see photos:, of a just completed, in the spring of 2011, custom carved King David Laser Beam Harp. This harp is now installed under a stone archway in the Jewish Children`s Museum in Brooklyn NY. The exhibit should be open in the summer of 2011. It has 7 green 5mw lasers with 7 sensors. It is carved from Oregon Myrtle wood, to look as if it was made from a branch of an olive tree, complete with leaves and olives. Much of the carving is also gilded. The carved Hebrew lettering refers to King David. This laser harp is designed to look like it could be a harp with strings, thus the carved 'tuning pegs'. King David Laser HarpKing David Laser HarpKing David Laser HarpKing David Laser HarpKing David Laser Harp being installed in the JCM Museum For Science and Children`s Museums


Here below you can see photos:, of a just completed, in the spring of 2011, custom carved King David Laser Beam Harp. This harp is now installed under a stone archway in the Jewish Children`s Museum in Brooklyn NY. The exhibit should be open in the summer of 2011.
It has 7 green 5mw lasers with 7 sensors. It is carved from Oregon Myrtle wood, to look as if it was made from a branch of an olive tree, complete with leaves and olives. Much of the carving is also gilded. The carved Hebrew lettering refers to King David. This laser harp is designed to look like it could be a harp with strings, thus the carved 'tuning pegs'.
King David Laser HarpKing David Laser HarpKing David Laser HarpKing David Laser HarpKing David Laser Harp being installed in the JCM Museum

For Science and Children`s Museums

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