Welcome to Laser Pointer Forums - discuss green laser pointers, blue laser pointers, and all types of lasers



Laser Pointer Store

Signature Curious??

GSS

Well-known member
Joined
Apr 28, 2015
Messages
3,484
Likes
1,335
Points
113
What WL do you skim first on members that post their laser's?
Mine eyes automaticly go to the 532's:eg:
Some might say because its green and the visiblity factor but its not the case.
I'm pretty sure the majority does also;)
 
Last edited:

lasersbee

Well-known member
Joined
Sep 20, 2008
Messages
17,455
Likes
1,558
Points
113
In your Sig, for example, I look at the Lasers in
Green text color.
The Blue Lasers on the Dark Grey background are
hard to see if you don't high light them like you
were going to copy the text... ;)

Jerry
 
Last edited:
Joined
Feb 21, 2016
Messages
475
Likes
273
Points
0
generally on what color mostly used in one signature.if someone have 4 blues and 1 green my eyes hit the blues then :whistle:
 
Joined
Feb 21, 2016
Messages
475
Likes
273
Points
0
Lots of red I see on yours:)
but no greens:shhh:
yeah XD i do have 532nm lasers but they are not custom made by me :yabbem:

i still need to make 520nm build,i do have a 50mw diode but it still waiting me to make it a nice completed build :evil:

and you have no red and violet at all in your signature,im sure you actually have :p
 
Last edited:

GSS

Well-known member
Joined
Apr 28, 2015
Messages
3,484
Likes
1,335
Points
113
yeah XD i do have 532nm lasers but they are not custom made by me :yabbem:

i still need to make 520nm build,i do have a 50mw diode but it still waiting me to make it a nice completed build :evil:

and you have no red and violet at all in your signature,im sure you actually have :p
Haha, I knew you had a green somewhere;)
I have bdr209 and a lpc836 to fit the ends of the rainbow:)

Alaskan, I had the gut feeling the 589's get your motor running:eg:
 
Last edited:

BowtieGuy

Well-known member
LPF Site Supporter
Joined
Oct 14, 2012
Messages
5,306
Likes
1,819
Points
113
The glory of gold light, you bet... or yellow.

We're on the same page here, Alaskan, my eyes go straight to the yellow/gold wavelengths first, then maybe to the 473/488 wavelengths. :yh:


In your Sig, for example, I look at the Lasers in
Green test color.
The Blue Lasers on the Dark Grey background are
hard to see if you don't high light them like you
were going to copy the text... ;)

Jerry
I notice that also, some of the blue colors used for sigs are almost impossible to see when using the dark gray/black background.
I didn't know that you could see them beter when they were highlighted though, thanks for the tip Jerry!
 

Rivem

Well-known member
Joined
Feb 16, 2016
Messages
1,241
Likes
423
Points
83
I usually go to the yellows and greens as well, but I usually ignore the signature. I don't really like having the collection lists in there which is why I suggested the Collections section.

May as well have minimal or useful information in there since long signatures make forum pages much more cluttered IMO.
 
Last edited:

Eracoy

Active member
LPF Site Supporter
Joined
Jul 21, 2014
Messages
166
Likes
115
Points
43
I certainly have had trouble finding ways to make my laser wavelengths different colors, and still have readability. It would be great if we had rgb hexcode support or something. This would be one of the better uses of it, on the most wavelength-distinguishing forum.

I look for anything unusual, mostly. I have a couple items that might be uncommon, but some people here have real unique pieces.
 

CurtisOliver

Well-known member
Joined
Jun 12, 2015
Messages
5,958
Likes
1,466
Points
113
Although, naturally any colour that stands out brightly against the background will grab attention. I look at those not so common wavelengths and those that are desirable to me. The yellow/cyan bands always pop out. :p
 

Hap

Super Moderator
Staff member
Joined
Sep 5, 2013
Messages
8,443
Likes
1,584
Points
113
I tend to look at the yellows since they stand out :)

-Alex
 

paul1598419

Well-known member
Joined
Sep 20, 2013
Messages
13,240
Likes
1,741
Points
113
I'm not that picky. When I look at someone's signature, I look at all wavelengths searching for something unusual. A 589nm doesn't get my motor running like it does for other members. I look for unusual or rarely seen wavelengths. When I see one I then look for the power rating. Anything over 75 mW in a rare wavelength does get my motor running. ;)
 




Top