Thank you for the information. I know lasers are dangerous. I have
some experiences with them. for my eight grade science project I
made a lithograph photo. using lasers. The laser we bought was a
store scanner laser rebuild. The circuit digram they sent did not
make sence. A friends dad worked for NASA and agreed to take the
laser to work and have the engineers try to get the laser working for
me. after about 2 months he brought it back to me and said they
couldn't get it to work. I was determined to and my science project
was dependent on it. I couldn't make the picture without it. One
saterdaynight real late after studing the schematic i hooked it out
and hoped it was right, plugged it in and a red dot apeared on the
wall. unfortinutly my science project still failed because I messed
up in makeing the glass negative. I have also done several papers on
lasers. I still have my neon laser it still works great.
I have been wanting to make a laser show for a long time. My wife
would like it also.
Does kyles laser show work they way you mentioned and have a show
accourding to how much sun it got? Does he charge up caps or batts?
--- In beam@y..., "David Simmons" <devs@i...> wrote:
> Warning, laser's are dangerous!
> That said, try google http://www.google.com/ and search for "laser
> spirograph" there are a few kits round also. Just one result I
picked up in
> the search was
> have a very simple system. Kyle's design is very close using a
> laser pointer at 3v with three motors/mirrors that are variable
> Have fun and work safe,
> Dave Simmons
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <CUNROE@Y...>
> To: <beam@y...>
> Sent: Wednesday, October 03, 2001 12:29 AM
> Subject: [beam] Re: Final Project ideas?
> > I would be intrested in the laser show project. That would be
> > cool!! could you send me some info. on it.
> > Thanks,
> > Chris
> > cunroe@y...
> > --- In beam@y..., "David Simmons" <devs@i...> wrote:
> > > Grant,
> > >
> > > Another idea, tho not as related to BEAM, would be to take a
> > low power, and design a laser show that runs off of solar energy
> > collected during the day and then produces varying patterns on the
> > wall according to the light levels at different times during the
> > Say five minutes of light show for every hour of day light. Don't
> > know if this would fit in with the projects that are allowed. Very
> > simple to build, and interesting to watch, like a laser pummer:)
> > >
> > > Anyone out there that wants to play with lasers, read about them
> > first and ask your parents!!!
> > >
> > > Regards,
> > > Dave Simmons
> > >
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