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    Default My project.. Green 1

    Hello, I finally located my USB cable for my camera, and now my cordless keyboard stop working... .. . Errrrr... So here's where I'm at..


    Test Pattern at 20K


    The javelin wedge P.O.S touchscreen computer modded to run show software.

    Here are some shots of the beams!
















    The clubs logo!


    Heres my work. (I'm a production guy at nation nightclub! This was the first run of the new foam system I designed! looks like it works )


    and my kitty josie! (Yes, she really sits like that!)


    Sorry there are none of the projector, but I want to wait till it's complete before I show it..

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    Very nice! I'm digging it

    The logo's very tight...

    Your blanking needs some calibration (I'm sure you know) If your
    software supports preblanking set it to 1 or 2 points ahead. That should
    move those bars into the correct spot.

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    Thks, Spec kinda helped out for that logo. I asked him to convert the bmp for me, and he passed it on to those who could, a big thanks to them, and him!

    This is the hand drawn version


    and the converted version


    Whoa, big difference!.. hahaha..

    This is a logo for one of the promoters at the club, I drew it by hand, and it took me about 5hrs.



    it's not perfect, but I keep tweeking it, and when it comes time to actually use it, it should be pretty good.

    I'll try the pre blanking idea, my software can do that. My laser is pretty limited in its functions, and I will be hopefully replacing it with something of a bit higher quality in the next couple of months.

    Same with the software.. I want to try to find a used Pangolin QM32 Pro, I think that would give me some extra flexibilty.

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    very nice pictures indeed!
    how much did the whole system end up costing?

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    WOW Jay...Lookin Good

    Not a bad test pattern either...

    Looks like you'll be up and running with that setup in no-time..

    Keep up the great work

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