- Jun 6, 2013
Haha true, I mean we can "still see" IR light...LOL them i'm sure there'd be be different technology for that purpose lol.
No! :crackup:HAHA I'm sure bats/flying foxes wouldnt appreciate this hobby :crackup: And yeah i can see pretty high up the spectrum, i have easily seen 780nm at low power. Everyone has different vision.
1 more brain teaser... Is my blue YOUR blue?
As has already been said, stop being nitpicky.I never said I seen 577nm In real life did I?
I said 577nm is considered true yellow while 589nm is golden orange, but people say 589nm is yellow. It's like saying 635nm is red, no it is a red with an orangish tint to it.
Closet you can get to 577 is not laser form but in LED form. You can see it in a laser if you got $$$$$$$$...
Completely incorrect.DPSS lasers are so cool. However, DPSS lasers are like diesel engines. They don't like to get cold. And they need to be warmed up before they are useful.