The Video Fireplace connects to your TV, re-creating a warm, inviting fire that you can stoke and add wood to. Features include:
Never runs out of wood Runs about 20 hours on 4xAA’s or connect a power adapter to run continuously
Your fire, your rules Customize with your favorite holiday music, it can store hundreds of songs
Stoke away Stoke and ‘Add Wood’ buttons let you play with fire
Perfect for any occasion Video stored on SD card can be changed to suit any other holiday
No Cleanup Unlike burning ‘real’ wood, virtual wood burns without any ashes
Safe Doesn’t generate any heat or smoke
Easy Compatible with any TV that has a composite video (i.e., RCA jack) connection
Assembly guide and software on instructables. Here’s an extended video of the fire;
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