A flat panel HDTV partnered with a bicycle fork and wheel results in a highly portable and re-positionable, as devised by Che-Wei Wang and Taylor Levy.
TV+Wheelbarrow-ish stand = TV BarrowVia <a href=http://cwandt.com/#tv-barrow>CW&T</a>, h/t <a href=http://mocoloco.com/archives/028060.php>Moco Loco</a>
We love watching movies in bed, but we also love watching stuff in the living room. To fulfill both loves, we built a wheelbarrow for our screen so we could easily move it around and maneuver up and down small steps.
The 700c road bike wheel is attached to a bicycle fork. The rest of the parts are machined aluminum connections that fit around standard 1″ aluminum tubes. Each component is secured with set screws so the legs are collapsible and the tilt of the screen is adjustable.