There wasn't much out there for 3d printing a movie accurate Mark 50/85 arc reactor so my Buddy Kurt Foster and I decided to CAD up our own in Rhino and Tinkercad with some Houdini and Netfabb mixed in there for giggles. The goal is ultimately to add all kinds of features to the reactor including burning lasers, transmitting body cameras, flamethrower (unibeam type thing), bluetooth speakers, Raspberry Pi, micro projector, set of useful tools, hard drive, sd card storage, 100W LED, Lithium battery pack capable of jump starting a car, Relays for controlling anything wirelessly with a 4G capable Arduino, digital assistants (Alexa, etc., and our own Arduino based homebrewed A.I.). https://youtu.be/afmivjD-WDw
So to make the body as I have you can purchase it on various sites like ETSY and such listed in the YouTube vid and Instructable if you want to save the time CADing it up yourself using the reference photos and vid of the real prop linked in the Instructable. The parts needed for the wireless charger core are included for free here in the downloadable files section. Instead of using the electronics panel included in the payed (only like $10 bucks to cover months of development) version you need the two included diffuser pieces and the pieces to hold the wireless charger circuitry. You will need to purchase the wireless charger I have linked or one similar to it in size. The size of the one I got was very compact. It
It's really easy to just forcefully open it up and use all the wireless charging entrails to your hearts content.
You'll need 3mm leds that are cool white which will need to be sanded down to 1.85 mm in thickness to superglue into the diffuser slots. I currently have them wired to a resistor and 9v battery but plan to change that to one of the plugs on the lipo charger pack I have to hook the wireless changer to. That will make it so I don't have to wear a shirt with a hole in it to get this thing all powered.