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Lasers in the classroom

NightExplorer96

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Hello guys,

I finally decided to take a picture of this great little device which is used by the teacher/instructor in the classroom to project an image on the *big screen* and/or to show the classroom a piece of paper i.e


Neverthless,
The device itself has 4 individual <1mW Class II 650nm diodes which project the light onto the desk and make a box. The outline of the lasers are used to accurately place the piece of paper on the desk in a way that it will be properly shown on the *screen*

Below are some pictures to better show the device:

9087-item-red-circle.jpg


9086-item-dots.jpg



Also took a picture of the label. Note: It is VERY hard to read due to my iPod's camera!!!!

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The specs are below:

Class II
Wavelength: 650nm-660nm
Maximum output: <1mW


Hope you enjoyed this thread, I will continually be on the look-out for anything new :beer:
 



spyrorocks

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Are you telling me it wasn't operating in the photo? I could have sworn it looked like it was turned on. Its like, some IMAX 3d real life shit yo.

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trencheel303

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you could take the four diodes out that and make the world's weakest 4 diode laser pen :crackup:
 
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Whatever you do, don't project directions to where you're going, on your eye.

 




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