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Laser Hack – How to Make a Lego Laser Projector!

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Couple years back, I had my attempt (I like to call it Poor Man’s attempt btw) at making a simple laser projector.  Well, I’ve seen better ones including this lego laser projector that uses diffraction grating to literally shoot laser beams into abysmal pit of awesomeness!

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Collection of Laser Pointer HOWTOs and DIYs!

Collection of Laser Pointer HOWTOs and DIYs!

Here’s a great collection of Laser Pointer HOWTOs and DIYs over at HackNMod.

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DIY Green/Red Laser Projector!

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Wow, check out this green/red laser projector which can do animations.

This is one of my experimental Dance/Trance songs from 2000. I build laser systems for fun so I have put together pictures and clips from assembly to a full working system to go with the song. I know the song gets really annoying after awhile sorry. Iv’e been getting a lot of email asking how the projector works and what parts are i

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DIY – How to Make Music-Syncing Green Laser Projector!

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Remember my Green Laser Projectr DIY?  Well, here’s a similar DIY project except it uses a speaker to send vibrating pulses to the end-results beams instead of a motor.

So how does one go about making one of these things? Well, I made every effort to make con

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DIY – How to Build a Hard Disk Green Laser Projector!

Here’s a really cool DIY showing you how to build a hard disk laser scanner made from bunch of old hard disks.

My latest tinkery hardware and embedded systems project is a homebrew laser scanner. You know, the kind you see at planetariums- sweep a laser beam around on the wall really fast, and draw vector graphics. Commercial laser scanners have been around for decades now, but buying a complete system is still really pricy, even on

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Green Laser Projector!

Remember I made a simple homemade DIY green projector?  Well you can buy one at Brando gadgets for about $80.

Mini Disco Green Laser with Stand Controlable Disco Green Laser Projector Speed Stand Height: 8 cm Laser Projector Size: 8.0 x 7.0 x 3.0 cm

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Zedomax DIY – How to Make a Simple Green Laser Projector!

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Since I have been playing with green lasers for about a year, I never saw any good use for them except to point them to the sky or buildings.

Since the green laser has a lot of power, especially the one DragonLasers sent me recently, I decided it was time to make a simple green laser projector without me spe

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Zedomax DIY – How to Make a Simple Green Laser Projector! – HOWTO

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First, you will need a green laser. I recommend anything 125mW and above.

For this DIY, Frank from DragonLasers.com sponsored me a Spartan 250mW green laser. (Thanks Frank!)

You also need a diffractive glass that will distribute the green las

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DragonLasers Spartan 250mW Green Laser Reviewed!

(During the day killing a bug in my shoe and in my dark bathroom)

Remember I did a review on a 125mW Viper green laser last year?

Well Frank from DragonLasers sent me a Spartan GW 250mW green laser so I can show you guys how cool it is. The beam is much bigger this time and as you can see in the video, it’s WAY more powerful. Everytime my fr

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AVR Laser Projector

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Check out this cool laser projector using AVR. WOw.

Motor spins drum with 16 mirrors around at about 20-30 rev/second. The mirrors are tilted differently, so that they draw one line each on the screen. Rotation time is measured by the reading fork and divided by 16*32=512. This is the pixel clock. When the reading fork senses that the wire attached to the mirror drum passes, a new frame starts, and the pixel clock starts. For each pixel, the las

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