- Nov 28, 2012
I haven't messed with mine in awhile but has anyone tried QS with windows 10 yet?
ThanksDavid just an FYI you should remove the images when you do a quote. Helps save some space on the thread
I believe all Pangolin software allows the configuration of "zones." For my beam shows, I have a small center of the projection area automatically reduced to <10% brightness, for example.I personally like to be on the receiving end with a bit of fog holding a blacked out 3x5 card on a stick out in font of me to block my eyes.
PC cases are cheap, they have fans/fan grills already installed, and are of course they're designed to house an ATX power supply (free 12V and 5V for the lasers)Did you have a particular reason for building it inside a PC case back then other than looks?
It's a lot safer than a pointer of equal power, actually. The power is distributed over a wide area. You still don't want to look into the beams, however. I have it software-configured to basically "blank" where I am viewing it from, or where the camera will sit.How safe is it to view the beams from a distance?
So, enter NWLEM this month. I have never been to one of these but can imagine how great a weekend this will be. I plan on having a nice pocket full of cash to get my start into RGB projectors.