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08-15-2012, 05:41 AM #1
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Sensors pointing a laser to display a invisible line

Greeting Laser pointer forums!

I have a curiosity question I hope you can help me with..........

I want to get a small laser to point in the direction of two sensors. Basically pointing in a line of whatever line the two sensors are on.

(saying it again in a different way to explain better)

Sensor 1 would be "X"
Sensor 2 would be "Y"

"X" ------------------- "Y"

The laser pointer would then continue the line to the left and right of X and Y.

Seem very simple yet I am still trying to work out the basics and equipment.

Mark

08-15-2012, 02:39 PM #2
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Re: Sensors pointing a laser to display a invisible line

Why? You're only giving us a tiny part of the problem here.
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08-16-2012, 01:03 PM #3
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Re: Sensors pointing a laser to display a invisible line

Quote:
 Originally Posted by mevenson Greeting Laser pointer forums! I have a curiosity question I hope you can help me with.......... I want to get a small laser to point in the direction of two sensors. Basically pointing in a line of whatever line the two sensors are on. (saying it again in a different way to explain better) Sensor 1 would be "X" Sensor 2 would be "Y" "X" ------------------- "Y" The laser pointer would then continue the line to the left and right of X and Y. Seem very simple yet I am still trying to work out the basics and equipment. Thanks for all your feedback!! Mark
I'm very confused at what exactly you are trying to
accomplish...

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08-17-2012, 03:09 PM #4
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Re: Sensors pointing a laser to display a invisible line

Can you tape a laser pointer to sensor 1 and point it at sensor 2?

Or, point a line generator laser pointer at the point between 1 and 2, then rotate the laser along the axis that the laser beam is on, until both sensors are hit?

What exactly is this for?

08-18-2012, 01:18 PM #5
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Re: Sensors pointing a laser to display a invisible line

I really like it when Noobs come to the Forum without introducing
themselves and ask a question with not enough info to give an
intelligent answer and then don't even bother to respond to the
members here that did respond...

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