For a long time I wanted normal lighting on my studio table. Before I did this, fluorescent table lamp had been used. I never liked how the previous lamp worked, mainly for low lumens and poor colour rendering, so poor, that we can’t even talk about colour matching under this lamp. I had concept in my mind for years and not so long ago I’d implemented my plans. For this I bought not expensive table top lamp and small 10 Watt LED projector, which also can not be called expensive. Generally, it's cheap, but great at work. Here you can see how it looks like now. The lamp comes disassembled, so you don’t even need to unscrew the thing you’re not going to use for this kind of the project. All you need is to drill two holes in the projector’s body, install two screws and screw the things together. Before drilling you need to disassemble the projector (remove frame with the glass). While drilling one should be careful, as some electronic is inside, so don’t spoil it when drilling. Projector body is drilled real easy. The thing where the projector is mounted on was rounded to conform the lamp should hold. But the curve is easily becomes straight by using a hammer. The thing also was grinded a bit to fit the projector’s body, it was at the bottom part just the same as you saw on top. You can see how small the projector is compared to stock lamp. The design of the lamp is white/black, so the projector looks like it was made for this lamp. The lamp has come with the black base (on the photo), maybe I will use it. This base is identical to the lamp base I used before, so now the lamp sits on the old base. Now I have just right thing as I wanted. The thing works just great, it has powerful light stream and good colour rendering and very convenient to use due to its springs on the body. The packaging of the projector says it has 6500K. Highly recommend to try!