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Default >700mW 405nm Laser vs RGB Fluorescent Glow Stick

I went to a children's party today and my five older kid brought these glow sticks home, then I thought maybe it will glow really bright with a powerfull 405nm. Then I made a video.

Its really a shame that you can't capture the true brightness of this thing when irradiated by the 405nm laser but I liked the result.

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Default Re: >700mW 405nm Laser vs RGB Fluorescent Glow Stick

Thats badass, my first laser build will be some kind of 405nm. Hell an ebay "5mw" 405 on a highlighter is painful, that looks like it would light up a room.
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Old 11-28-2010, 08:11 AM #3
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Default Re: >700mW 405nm Laser vs RGB Fluorescent Glow Stick

You are a cool mum Regina
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Thanks for the warning about the stupid music that came blerting out my speakers.
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Default Re: >700mW 405nm Laser vs RGB Fluorescent Glow Stick

Damn ped. Calm the hell down. Lol

Its a video. Most people put music on them.
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Default Re: >700mW 405nm Laser vs RGB Fluorescent Glow Stick

The sound in the vid is totally fine.
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