LG today introduced phone controlled spherical robot ..
Meet LG?s Rolling Bot, the spherical robot with lasers, lights, and cameras | TalkAndroid.com
It's supposed to have live feedback camera .. and low power laser (they say for entertaining pets).
Well guess what I'm thinking about .. and...
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Oh, backscatter X-rays .. I think my country customs office bought like 3. Then they found out that they can't use them, cause it's not allowed to irradiate people without their consent.
I have dark shadow on left eye, on lower left side of the usual vision cone. I started noticing it around the time I was playing with my 1W blues. I had my eyes checked and shows up my retina is perfectly fine. It seems to be some defect in the lens itself. The doctor said he could spot...
Yeah, $50 is good price. And while my CDV700 could actually be useful, it's too big, clunky and beautiful to be really taken outside. Also historic. Based on serial number I estimate it to 1962. It's prized piece of my collection :D
Btw. don't leave batteries inside when it's in the shelf.
Well sadly this is 'high dose' meter. It only detects gamma, and only high intensities. It's for surveys of the hotspots right after nuclear attacks. It's all but useless for finding common radioactive stuff.
I have CDV 777 .. which looks ALMOST exactly the same .. but has stand alone probe, and...
Those streak looks like satellites. They can tumble, which explains the regular changes in intensity.
Those two lines of different color could actually be ISS with resupply module closing in. It looks just like this. ISS itself is kinda redish due the it's solar panels. Add the usual crazy...
The most important thing I'd like to communicate is that color isn't the same thing as wavelength, and this statement:
Every wavelength has it's color. But not every color has it's wavelength.
Do you agree with that ?
Again .. color is what human perceive .. wavelength (or better, spectrum) is what source radiates.
For example (perception of) yellow can be obtained by either single 'yellow' wavelength .. or by combining two wavelengths .. which would be perceived as red or green, if the were alone.
Goldfinger ? You mean this scene ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoQwKe0lggw
That is totally not real laser. Where is the dot ? Where is the diffusion reflection ? Beam looks nice, but you can see that it does not track the camera pan perfectly in some moments. It's just painted on.