Building indoor tent using thin plastic film.

I spent three hours from start to finish of the indoor film tent last night.

Building plan of the tent.
It has two wooden poles that stand beside the bed frame, one in top side, the other one is bottom side. To save materials, I decided to use plastic string for the support frame of plastic film whose thickness is 0.05 mm only.
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Two wooden poles made out of old pine lumbers.
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Tied down five strings on the poles and the bed frame.
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I cut three pieces of the plastic film and tied them on the strings and the bed frame.
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The film tent hold temperature at seventeen degrees when the bed room was around fourteen degrees while the outdoor temperature dropped down to two degrees in dawn.
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