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  1. laserpen laserpen 2016-05-20 09:06


    <h1>New Lasers Pointer Fight Crime</h1>
    <p>A new technique that uses a <a href="http://www.lasereshop.com/green-laserpointer/p-25.html"><strong>burning laser pointers</strong></a><a href="http://www.lasereshop.com/green-laserpointer/p-27.html"></a> to vaporize materials like rocks and steel to analyze their chemical composition is finding new applications from Mars to forensics.<br />
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    <p>Thanks to its relatively small size and low cost, laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy is emerging from the laboratory and turning into a precise tool for figuring out what something is made of. What had been a technique largely for scientists now can be transformed into a tough, small system that can be operated by a technician instead of a PhD.</p>
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    <p>“The same things that make it amenable to go to Mars also make it amenable to go out in the field,” said Jose Almirall, a chemist at Florida International University who has a grant from the Department of Justice to explore how crime labs can use the technology.</p>
    <p>NASA will be deploying a laser system called the “ChemCam” on its new Mars rover, now named Curiosity and scheduled to launch next year.</p>
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    <p>That’s not enough to shoot a hole in your hand, but it’ll leave a mark.</p>
    <p>“I’ve shot myself and you might see a little spot where you shot yourself, if it’s just one laser shot,” said Roger Wiens, a space scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory, who developed the ChemCam for the Mars Curiosity mission.</p>
    <p>In some cases, the ChemCam will be focused on rocks for more than 15 seconds. If you were to do that to your arm, “You’d be in pain,” Wiens said.</p>
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    <p>There are no plans to use the laser for anything but science, but there’s something science-fictionally satisfying about the next Mars rover coming equipped with a laser“gun.”</p>
    <p>The <a href="http://www.lasereshop.com/green-laserpointer/p-3.html"><strong>laser pointer 500mw</strong></a> shots vaporize a crater less than a millimeter across, turning its molecules into a 14,000-degree plasma. The atoms are shorn of their electrons, but as the plasma ball cools down, they return to a more normal state. The electrons drop into their orbits around the nucleus and as they do so, the little plasma ball emits light.</p>
    <p>“You can see it with your eyes and it makes a little zapping sound when you do it,” said Wiens.</p>
    <p>The specific color of the light tells scientists exactly what element they are looking at if they pass it through a spectrometer, which can precisely measure the wavelength of light.</p>
    <p>Lasers have been used to create small clouds of atoms for spectral analysis in the past, but those systems require a separate torch that heats the atoms into a plasma. With laser, the same laser blast does both jobs. It’s this simplicity that could aid the technology’s spread. A 2006 Cambridge University Press book on laser declared the technique “perhaps the most versatile method yet developed for elemental analysis.”</p>
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    <p>On Earth, there are plenty of times when one might want to know the very precise composition of a substance. In late 2009, for the first time, a laser analysis was used in a court. It helped identify a would-be bank robber by the glass on his clothing in Maryland. After being locked in a vestibule by secret alarms, he shot his way out and sped away. After being apprehended, some pieces of glass were found on his clothes. When Almirall’s team compared the precise composition of that glass with the stuff from the bank, they came back with a probable match.</p>
    <p>Glass made in different places and at different times is quite distinctive at the molecular level, Almirall said. In modern manufacturing processes, sodium carbonate and calcium oxide are usually added to the base silica. But tiny amounts of other elements such as strontium can act as a particular type of glass’ signature. The older a glass-manufacturing plant is, for example, the more zirconium leaches into the glass melt.</p>
    <p>“The glass manufacturers don’t care if they have 10 or 20 or 30 parts per million of strontium,” said Almirall. “We’ll look at seven, eight, nine different elements in the raw material to detect differences.”</p>
    <p>The level of precision that laser can offer may eventually help manufacturers do quality control on their products. Almirall is even thinking about how to use a briefcase laser system to test products for U.S. Customs to ensure their safety and provenance.</p>
    <p>“If you were receiving some toys and want to immediately know if you have lead in these toys, <a href="http://www.lasereshop.com/green-laserpointer/p-16.html"><strong>laser pointer 100mw</strong></a> could do that very quickly,” Almirall said. “Green light, no lead. Red light, there is lead.”</p>
    <p>Several companies are trying to commercialize laser systems including Applied Spectra of Fremont, California, and Stellar Net of Tampa, Florida. Stellar Net’s Portalaser is shown above. Clearly, the technology has gone a long way toward fulfilling the promise Wiens first saw in it 13 years ago.</p>
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  2. laserpen laserpen 2016-05-20 09:04

    New Lasers Pointer Fight CrimeA new technique that uses a burning laser pointers to vaporize materials like rocks and steel to analyze their chemical composition is finding new applications from Mars to forensics.
    Thanks to its relatively small size and low cost, laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy is emerging from the laboratory and turning into a precise tool for figuring out what something is made of. What had been a technique largely for scientists now can be transformed into a tough, small system that can be operated by a technician instead of a PhD.
    “The same things that make it amenable to go to Mars also make it amenable to go out in the field,” said Jose Almirall, a chemist at Florida International University who has a grant from the Department of Justice to explore how crime labs can use the technology.NASA will be deploying a laser system called the “ChemCam” on its new Mars rover, now named Curiosity and scheduled to launch next year.Laser works by blasting a material with a high-energy strong laser pointer pulses. The Mars Curiosity rover will send an average of three pulses a second, each one 5 nanoseconds long. The power during that pulse is in the range of 10 megawatts.That’s not enough to shoot a hole in your hand, but it’ll leave a mark.“I’ve shot myself and you might see a little spot where you shot yourself, if it’s just one laser shot,” said Roger Wiens, a space scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory, who developed the ChemCam for the Mars Curiosity mission.In some cases, the ChemCam will be focused on rocks for more than 15 seconds. If you were to do that to your arm, “You’d be in pain,” Wiens said.There are no plans to use the laser for anything but science, but there’s something science-fictionally satisfying about the next Mars rover coming equipped with a laser“gun.”The laser pointer 500mw shots vaporize a crater less than a millimeter across, turning its molecules into a 14,000-degree plasma. The atoms are shorn of their electrons, but as the plasma ball cools down, they return to a more normal state. The electrons drop into their orbits around the nucleus and as they do so, the little plasma ball emits light.“You can see it with your eyes and it makes a little zapping sound when you do it,” said Wiens.The specific color of the light tells scientists exactly what element they are looking at if they pass it through a spectrometer, which can precisely measure the wavelength of light.Lasers have been used to create small clouds of atoms for spectral analysis in the past, but those systems require a separate torch that heats the atoms into a plasma. With laser, the same laser blast does both jobs. It’s this simplicity that could aid the technology’s spread. A 2006 Cambridge University Press book on laser declared the technique “perhaps the most versatile method yet developed for elemental analysis.”On Earth, there are plenty of times when one might want to know the very precise composition of a substance. In late 2009, for the first time, a laser analysis was used in a court. It helped identify a would-be bank robber by the glass on his clothing in Maryland. After being locked in a vestibule by secret alarms, he shot his way out and sped away. After being apprehended, some pieces of glass were found on his clothes. When Almirall’s team compared the precise composition of that glass with the stuff from the bank, they came back with a probable match.Glass made in different places and at different times is quite distinctive at the molecular level, Almirall said. In modern manufacturing processes, sodium carbonate and calcium oxide are usually added to the base silica. But tiny amounts of other elements such as strontium can act as a particular type of glass’ signature. The older a glass-manufacturing plant is, for example, the more zirconium leaches into the glass melt.“The glass manufacturers don’t care if they have 10 or 20 or 30 parts per million of strontium,” said Almirall. “We’ll look at seven, eight, nine different elements in the raw material to detect differences.”The level of precision that laser can offer may eventually help manufacturers do quality control on their products. Almirall is even thinking about how to use a briefcase laser system to test products for U.S. Customs to ensure their safety and provenance.“If you were receiving some toys and want to immediately know if you have lead in these toys, laser pointer 100mw could do that very quickly,” Almirall said. “Green light, no lead. Red light, there is lead.”Several companies are trying to commercialize laser systems including Applied Spectra of Fremont, California, and Stellar Net of Tampa, Florida. Stellar Net’s Portalaser is shown above. Clearly, the technology has gone a long way toward fulfilling the promise Wiens first saw in it 13 years ago.

  3. buylaserpointer buylaserpointer 2015-11-27 04:15

    Schumer on Tuesday urged the FDA to ban the sale of the 50mw Green Laser Pointer to the public.

    “Their uses are wide ranging, they’re needed and when used correctly, these devices provide no danger,” Schumer said.

    But while Miller agrees laser strikes can be a problem, it hasn’t been something he heard widely discussed among pilots.

    “I’m not seeing this being expressed as a major risk as opposed to say, a terrorist attack on an airplane or somebody putting an explosive device on an airplane,” Miller said. “It adds an element of risk. Anything involving aircraft safety is a public concern. Naturally it’s a public concern, and that draws a lot of attention.”
    Schumer said someone caught shining a 300mw laser pointer at an aircraft is subject to up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. However, perpetrators are difficult to catch, he said.

    An average laser pointer can have a range of around four kilometres.

    The Aeronautics Act states pointing a laser at an aircraft is illegal and an offender can face a fine of $100,000, five years in prison or both. Statistics from Transport Canada show that in 2014 there were 512 reported incidents, which is up by 43 per cent from 2012.

    That number is up dramatically this year where Canada has seen 596 reported cases so far.

    Swinging around the beam of a hand-held 5mW laser pointer —those innocuous pointers used in corporate presentations—doesn't seem like much of a threat. More a nuisance, like a gnat buzzing around your ear. But an alarming rise in the number of lasers aimed at a moving airplane, which can temporarily blind a pilot, has prompted the FAA to issue strong warnings about the dangers of this supposed hobby.



    Judging from the police records on those who’ve been caught—yes, it's a federal crime to aim a laser at a moving aircraft—many of them are young men who view this pursuit as something of a lark. Recently, New York cops arrested someone who’d pointed a 1mw Laser Pointer at a news helicopter; he was caught after his picture was snapped by a reporter aboard the flight. But most culprits escape detection. Portable lasers, some of which have a range of up to a mile, are usually aimed directly at an object with a high degree of accuracy.

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  4. buylaserpointer buylaserpointer 2015-10-20 09:08

    Last year Christopher Vowles, 23, was arrested after he was caught targeting a police helicopter with a Green Laser Pointer 10mW pen he had bought in Spain.The TK Maxx worker from Highfield Road, Hamstead, “persistently” directed his laser at the helicopter’s cockpit creating a “bloom effect” that blinded the pilot.In 2011 there were three separate attacks against military aircraft bringing in injured troops for treatment in Birmingham.Shining a 200mw green laser at a plane became a specific criminal offence in 2010 in response to a growing number of incidents.Air watchdogs warned at the time that lights from 100mw laser pointer could pose a serious safety risk, especially during take-off and landing.Across the country there were a total of 284 laser incidents in the three-month period - or three a day, on average.Anyone can buy a green 100mw laser pointer capable of distracting pilots for just a few dollars online. Pointing one at an aircraft is a federal crime. If convicted of the crime you could spend up to five years in prison.
    At the time deputies were trying to help police on the ground find a burglary suspect near the University of South Florida.These types of incidents slow down law enforcement's ability to fight crime to keep you safe. Hegarty adds, "They're our eyes up in the air - they do a really good job - especially at night."“During critical phases of flight, such as take-off and landing, pilots need to employ maximum concentration.“Being dazzled and temporarily blinded by an intense light could potentially lead to flight crew losing control of the aircrafthttp://www.scoop.it/t/high-quality-laser-pointer-pen-buying

  5. buylaserpointer buylaserpointer 2015-10-20 09:06


  6. buylaserpointer buylaserpointer 2015-09-29 11:13

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    “When the beam from the laser pointer is scattered by imperfections in the windscreen the light may prevent the pilot from seeing anything outside of the aircraft,” pilot Tracy Orfield said. “Until the beam is no longer shining and our eyes are able to readjust afterward, we have to rely on our instruments. That can be extremely dangerous for an aircraft using visual flight rules.”She added, when pilots are blinded by the laser pointer, they can’t check for other aircraft, drones or birds, all of which can be major hazards. Should they be coming in for a landing, pilots might have to abort the landing, return to the air while flying blind, and try again.

  7. buylaserpointer buylaserpointer 2015-09-09 05:28

    Petit's work, in which he partnered with Steven Shladover from University of California, is as basic as a 50mw Laser Pointer Pen partnered with an "off the shelf" product like Raspberry Pi.According to RAVEN Chief Pilot Deputy Doug Russell, " 200mw Laser Pointer Green strikes on aircraft is an increasing problem in the Truckee Meadows area." Russell advised, "besides RAVEN, CareFlight, and commercial airlines have also reported laser strikes in the recent months."Aiming a laser at an aircraft creates a serious safety risk that violates local and federal law. It is a felony in the State of Nevada to aim a green 100mw laser pointer at any aircraft. It is important for the public to understand that this type of criminal activity could have deadly repercussions for the crews of helicopters and airplanes.Lidar sensor can be fooled into seeing fake people, cyclists, cars or walls with a $60 system built out of Raspberry Pi and a Green Star Laser Pointer 10mW 。Automated cars use laser ranging systems, known as lidar, to image the world around them and allow their computer systems to identify and track objects. But a tool similar to a Cat Chasing Laser Pointer and costing less than $60 can be used to confuse lidar.Lidar, usually mounted on the car's roof, uses spinning lasers in a similar manner to radar, detecting objects and building a 3D image of the world around the car.But by using a low-power laser hackers could trick the lidar into detecting echoes of fake objects, such as pedestrians, cyclists, other cars or walls, according to a paper by Jonathan Petit, a research then a fellow of University of Cork's Computer Security Group.http://www.buylaserpointer.com/green-laser/p-108.html

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