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  1. brucemir

    some "new" pics 11/2/18

    These pics were taken about a month ago. I was at Home Depot and saw some thick glass shelves that I saw and had ideas for them immediately and bought two of them. Four of them would make a complete circle. They are the pieces the prisms are on top of. Anyway I just kept adding pieces to the set...
  2. brucemir

    some "new"pics 10/16/18

    These pics are actually part 2 from the pics I posted on 8/29/18. Most of the shots here are the same view with substituting different colors. What I set up was very pleasing to my eye and I spent a week shooting this set up. On almost all of them I was using a Laserglow diffraction grating...
  3. brucemir

    some new pics 9/28/18

    This pics were taken the last week of August. I used a bunch of glass spheres and also hung some "strings" of hematite magnetic balls from above and that is where I started. For the first ones I used 589s and a 488. I then set up a twelve frequency rainbow consisting of: 405, 460, 473, 488...
  4. brucemir

    some "new" pics 9/15/18

    These pics were taken the end of July using my LK-PD2 projector (DMX controlled) and various colors of hand helds. I used one glass sphere, two- 1/2 glass spheres, hematite balls and some different mirror set ups. In many of them a 488nm is used behind the glass sphere. There are also some...
  5. brucemir

    some new pics 8/29/18

    These photos were taken two weeks ago and feature quite a few shots using a 532nm. When the 520 nm became popular about four years back or so, I did not use the frequency much. But is is a very vibrant color and it shows in these pics. I also used a 488nm in many of them as well. At least to me...
  6. brucemir

    some "new" pics 8/18/18

    These pics were taken the last week of July. The first part is I set up a few "tunnels" made of hematite magnetic balls for the beam to pass thru. I also used mirrors, a beam splitter , and some prisms to make the one beam travel around and thru the hematite balls. Most of them are using a...
  7. brucemir

    some "new" pics 7/27/18

    These pics were taken last month using many mirrors, magnetic balls, a fan diffraction grating, and a glass sphere toward the end. Two rainbows of 460, 520, 589, & 638 were used, and the ones that are just greenish blue are a 488, 495, and 505nm. I set the bottom mirrors up in a triangle and had...
  8. brucemir

    some "new" pics 6/24/18

    These pics were taken about a month ago over the course of a week. I used a Slinky, a small sphere of uranium glass (illuminated by UV in some, white light in others), and eventually my LK-PD2 projector w/DMX control. When the Slinky is placed behind the glass spheres, amazing patterns form...
  9. brucemir

    some "new" pics 6/1/18

    These pics were taken a few weeks ago using a plasma globe, a mirror or two, and glass spheres. By aligning the spheres the way I did I was able to get some nice abstract things going on inside the spheres with the plasma globe. I also used one sphere that was not clear, but dark green, and that...
  10. brucemir

    some "new" pics 5/19/18

    These pics were taken about a month ago over the course of a week. They are basically my glass spheres set up with a few mirrorss and either one, two, or three laser rainbows (460nm, 532nm, 589nm, 635nm) interacting with the spheres. I eventually removed the middle glass sphere are replaced it...
  11. brucemir

    some "new" pics 5/6/18

    These photos were taken about 2 months ago when I was working with the 5 vertical mirror set up. I had posted two of my three attempts at shooting this (posted here on 3/9 and 3/24), and these are the last of them. I think the ones in this batch are as nice as the other ones I have posted here...
  12. brucemir

    some 488, 495, 505nm pics 4/27/18

    Here are a bunch of pics using mainly a 495nm, 505, and 488nm. I tried photographing them at first as a comparison and the accuracy in the colors is pretty accurate. I used the 488 with a fan diffraction grating and mesed around with that for some shots. I then went back to what I originally...
  13. brucemir

    Gelcaps, UV, and Lasers 4/10/18

    Something I had wanted to photograph but never got around to (until recently) was to photograph gelcap with different types of light (and lasers) because of the way it interacts with the pills being translucent and curved. So I raided the medicine cabinet and the first batch I photographed was...
  14. brucemir

    Samsung Gear 360 photos 4/6/18

    Something a little different. All of these pics (except for one) were taken using a Samsung Gear 360 camera. The camera is basically two fisheye lenses back to back with very good stitching software. These pics were saved as "standard" photos, which basically means they are fisheye pics whose...
  15. brucemir

    some new pics 3/24/18

    These pics were taken a few weeks ago and was my last attempt of shooting the vertical mirrors I had been working with for about a month. I tried a few with the mirrors looking outside the room, and added more mirrors and lasers as I went along. By the end I had three rainbows consisting of 405...
  16. brucemir

    new pics 3/9/18

    These pics were taken a few weeks ago. Here are the photos from my second attempt of photographing a ten frequency rainbow. To start with this time I left the lasers oriented horizontally and added a long mirror across from the lasers and another long one about 20 inches above the table to get a...
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    Spyscape NYC 2/25/18

    A co worker who works in Vancouver and is aware of my laser endeavors tipped me off to a new interactive museum that just opened up in NYC called Spyscape. It is about different aspects of the spying from WWII forward, mostly the Cold War. There were many different exhibits dealing with...
  18. brucemir

    ten frequency rainbow 2/17/18

    When I saw Sanwu had a 505nm my first thought was to get one to add to the different frequencies I have so I can attempt to photograph a ten frequency rainbow (405, 460, 473, 505, 520, 532, 589, 593.5, 638, and 650nm). Here are my first attempts at photographing them all together. The first few...
  19. brucemir

    505nm, 520nm 532nm comparison

    I received my Sanwu 505nm 50mw laser the other day and took a break from what I was working on to do a comparison between a Dragon Lasers 532nm 100mw Hulk, a Laserbtb HL520nm 100 mw, and my new Sanu 505nm 50mw. I say 50 mw (instead of 30mw) because that is how it is now listed on their website...
  20. brucemir

    last of the aquarium pics 2/8/18

    These pics are a combination of my third and fourth attempt to photograph my 5 gallon aquarium using multiple lasers and glass submerged in the water. They were taken about a month ago and here are a few of the better ones. By this time the water has been in the tank for a few weeks and got...




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