Each Wednesday we feature a specific wavelength of light and try to feature a user submitted application. This week we received a beautiful picture from a friend of Wavelength Wednesday. He has created a device for the entertainment industry called Spirolase. Check it out!
This is one of the most beautiful user submitted pictures we've received. Usually we feature industrial, analytical, scientific or defense lasers but after seeing this picture we knew it had to be featured. The Spirolase will be released soon and the creator has promised to update Wavelength Wednesday when their product video is available. We will link to it here as soon as we get the link!
If you're interested in this laser, the creator, Neal from Creative Design, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Description of Laser Application
Multi-laser device for use in the Entertainment Industry
In their own words:
"For a few years I wanted to see the effects of actually rotating the laser itself rather then just the beam.
The wavelengths used are 445nm for the blue (1.4w), 656nm for the red (700mw) and for the green I used to use the 808nm, that was then frequency doubled (as used in the pens) until a pure green was released by OSRAM that runs at 320mw. The beams can be switched synced, and dimmed all by the on board processor and servos guide the beams as the whole assembly rotates. It is dmx compatible and will be released soon!"