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Virtual Santa Video (DVD), Santa In The Window

Virtual Santa Video (DVD), Santa In The Window

This video shows you how to use Magic DVD Ripper to remove video from the dvd into a format so you can use the video on our flash drive projectors.



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Santa In The Window

Virtual Santa is a video that can be played in your window to make it look like Santa is on your home. The fun part is to see it confuse the adults that come to see Santa with their kids.

"Virtual Reality Santa Decoration Video"

Set up is so easy! Simply hang mylar double matted material in your window, turn projector on, face projector 6-8 six feet from your window, focus, then watch from outside and you can see that Santa is inside the house delivering toys to those children "not naughty, but nice"!

More specifically, the video features Santa walking into a room with a bag of gifts. He pulls gifts from his bag [after checking his list -- not once, but twice]. He begins to unload gifts, right inside your house. After unloading toys, he becomes exhausted.

Santa then tries to find the milk and cookies left out for him by the kiddies. He succeeds! Santa will occasionally come closer to the decorated window, with a lighted candle in hand, looking right out at your neighbors. While waving to your neighbors, Santa says, "Merry Christmas"! This, one of a kind, decoration video is created in a such a special manner, it forecasts a realistic 3D illusion. The video will make Santa Claus look like he is really there, rather than look like a video. 

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PDF Virtual Santa Instructions: Explains how to set up your Virtual Santa with your video projector.

William Redfern shares his Virtual Santa Experiences on the phone. Click to listen in!


 Click here to learn to make a window shade out out rear projection material. 

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