World’s Smallest Solar Movie Theatre

The Sol Cinema is a micro movie house powered entirely by the Sun. It can accommodate 8 adults comfortably for a unique cinematic experience. They have a full library of comedy, quirky, music videos and short films with inspiring environment themes.

The Sol Cinema has been lavished with pride and style. They use an LED projector showing short movies in cinematic surroundings. They use lithium batteries to store the energy from the Sun to power the cinema all day and night. The photovoltaic panels harness the sunlight, even as the films are being shown, so we never run out of power.

You can learn more by visiting the Sol Cinema website.

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Deek - January 11, 2011 Reply

That’s pretty damn genious….and while some will scream “bizarre novelty”- that’s half the genious- I’m sure this will get a ton of media coverage, which is great for the whole solar movement. Thanks for spreadin’ the work Big K (your “hip-hop” name). (Has David Stiles contacted you yet?)

    Kent Griswold - January 11, 2011 Reply

    Hey Deek, thanks and no David has not contacted me so not sure what is going on there. I’m getting your guest post ready for publishing Thursday. -“Big K”

Paula - January 11, 2011 Reply

I am truly amazed that they can get eight adults in that tiny thing, but it makes more sense once you see the interior.

What a cool little thing!

Drue - January 11, 2011 Reply

Completely wacky and fun. We do sometimes take an LED projector when camping. It only does about 12 watts, so it must be really dark to play movies. We can pan out to about a 50″ screen size before we start losing definition.

Gene Wallen - January 11, 2011 Reply

The answer to the question never asked.

Hillary - January 11, 2011 Reply

I’m completely enamored by this.

alice - January 11, 2011 Reply

I love this thing! I can just picture a whole range of tiny shops and services wandering between the tiny house villages of the countryside like a circus only different. Now that would be a hoot! I always wanted to have a mobile bookstore like the one in Parnassus on Wheels

Ben - January 11, 2011 Reply

Absolutely Great. Love it.

nan - January 11, 2011 Reply

Very cute. I hope they show Lost in America!

Jon - January 12, 2011 Reply

I just love it for so many reasons, the picture with the girl and the crow is worth an album cover!

Benjamin - January 12, 2011 Reply

I hope the tickets are tiny!

Christina Nellemann - January 13, 2011 Reply

This is so wonderful and charming. What a great way to expose children to solar…and tiny houses!

SoPasCat - January 13, 2011 Reply

~~~ AWESOME !!!!

Koowie - March 24, 2011 Reply

Haha Hilarious! I love it!

Ben - October 24, 2011 Reply This micro projector would be perfect for a tiny house. You could mount it in the bed loft for watching movies all cozy in the bed or you could mount it the main room or even outside on the side of the tiny house!

johnnomads - May 13, 2012 Reply

It could be a whole new life for old travel trailers, and an interesting way to make money while traveling, full-time on the road.

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