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LSX Abstract show "Warp"






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That is fricking awesome !!!! Idk how toy did that but im interested in finding out.

That is exactly what I'm talking about great job buddy!!!!
 
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I would plus rep you again, but the system won't let me. Yet :D

Amazing show... I love abstract shows.
 
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thanks crazyk187!

most of the effects i created in the show are simple shapes like triangles, squares, and circles that i tortured by performing xyz rotational transforms and then creating out of phase duplicates.

there are some good tutorials on creating LSX abstracts on photonlexicon, but i can post some information here, if you're interested.

That is fricking awesome !!!! Idk how toy did that but im interested in finding out.

That is exactly what I'm talking about great job buddy!!!!
 
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Links would be cool...!!!! I like the triangles and geometric shapes!!!! Its on point man I gave you one rep cuz that's all I can lol........

Can I do all that with software ?
 
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id like to get a look at your projector!!!

Got any pics

outside

projector-for-lpf.jpg

inside

case-build-16.jpg


500mW 532
600mW 642
1.2W 445 (it's a dual 445 module i built. each diode is individually corrected with a prism pair, then combined with a pbs cube)
dt40w's.
 
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outside

View attachment 39289

inside

case-build-16.jpg


500mW 532
600mW 642
1.2W 445 (it's a dual 445 module i built. each diode is individually corrected with a prism pair, then combined with a pbs cube)
dt40w's.

makes me gawk everytime :eg: ill be there one day i swear. one day i will leave these plywood hot glue walls and rise to the level of that beauty..one day :crackup::crackup::crackup::crackup:
 
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I've come to terms I will never have anything like that..... the only way I would ever have anything like that is if I stole it.....lolol that thing probly cost as much is my jeep does!!!
 

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I've come to terms I will never have anything like that..... the only way I would ever have anything like that is if I stole it.....lolol that thing probly cost as much is my jeep does!!!

Naw, google T-Slot tubing. I'm proud to be one of the first to adopt that industrial CHEAP framing system to laser projectors. Used it at work, found it inexpensive, made projectors with it.

Swami, however, is using the uber cool ultra nice German Style T-Slot framing.

Steve
 
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i kind of felt like i was building a satellite on my dining room table. i called it "swamilase" while i was designing it, but secretly i think of it as my satellite of love (with apologies to mst3k).

i built it as sections. the lower desk is the power supplies, and galvo amps. the top deck is lasers and optics.

here's the basic beam path:

rgb-build-025.jpg


here's an early construction pic of it before i mounted it in the frame.

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and here's some fun dual projector/scan through effects i did with my friend karl from Laser Wizardry- "It's All Just Smoke and Mirrors"- State of The Art Laser Light Shows with award winning effects


this was experimentation. not a show, as my projector is not yet legal.

Naw, google T-Slot tubing. I'm proud to be one of the first to adopt that industrial CHEAP framing system to laser projectors. Used it at work, found it inexpensive, made projectors with it.

Swami, however, is using the uber cool ultra nice German Style T-Slot framing.

Steve
 
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Naw, google T-Slot tubing. I'm proud to be one of the first to adopt that industrial CHEAP framing system to laser projectors. Used it at work, found it inexpensive, made projectors with it.

Swami, however, is using the uber cool ultra nice German Style T-Slot framing.

Steve

you have a recommendation on where to buy it?
 




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