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Talking Laser visible light comparisson tool

Hey,
So I remember this online tool, or calculator which let you type your wavelength and mW(attage) to compare the visible density (brightness/perception to the human eye)
I've been searching google and the forums for over 20 minutes now and I can't find it, does anyone remember this tool ?
If so i link would be greatly appreciated.

The reason I want it; I want to calculate what is the most cost effective laser strictly for skypointing, I was thinking a 300mW PL LaserBTB 532nm $230
Or a 445nm laser from a builder on the forum at 1.5W $180

Maybe I failed to mention you compare the 2 wavelengths and powers side by side.
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GOT THE LINK HERE IT IS



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The tool you are talking about is in my sig (Relative Perceived Laser Brightness Calculator), unfortunately however it was taken offline
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The 300mw 532nm would probably be the same brightness if not brighter than a 1.5w 445nm, the 300mw 532nm would probably be the way to go and considering laserbtb lasers are overspec.
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http://WWW.everything2.com/title/rel...+the+human+eye
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The tool you are talking about is in my sig (Relative Perceived Laser Brightness Calculator), unfortunately however it was taken offline
Yes! That's the calculator, that sucks that it was taken offline.
Thanks for the help.
I remember there was a website that had the source material used to create the calculator, unfortunately the only way I remember to access it 'was' through a link on that website... *sigh*
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http://users16.jabry.com/lsrtools/WaveToRGB/
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type in one of these
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Yes! That's the calculator, that sucks that it was taken offline.
Thanks for the help.
I remember there was a website that had the source material used to create the calculator, unfortunately the only way I remember to access it 'was' through a link on that website... *sigh*
I think all you need to do that calculation is the factor of human eye sensitivity per wavelength you are comparing which is provided in the link I provided above.
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RHD's tool is fantastic but doesn't give you perceived brightness levels.
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Tools are now up here:

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I'd rep you again RHD but I cannot til I spread some.
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I just noticed that the WaveToRGB tool is just a few clicks away from it's quarter-millionth wavelength.

That's kind of amazing to me.
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Thanks rhd, I've missed having the calculater available, nice to have it back.
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Thank you very much for putting the tools back online and for the update to always use the newer data!
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I made a tool a little back, here http://laserpointerforums.com/f70/la...r-d-87477.html
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