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    Default 'Such is Live' Mamba show dual projector video

    Taken last night in my conservatory.
    The bottom laser is my trusty Argon ALC68 (with added red) RGB running on the Medialas DAC and the top laser is my highly modded chinese Silverstar RGB running on Norm's Framestreamer Express (FSX) DAC. The ALC is analoge and the Silverstar is TTL.
    Both projectors are running on dual projector mode from Mamba Black.

    It's 90 Megs of video by the way

    PLEASE RIGHT CLICK AND THEN 'SAVE TARGET AS'

    www.liquidskylasers.co.uk/SuchisLive.mpg
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    Looks great... Some lovely white coming out the ALC.... Nice show.... Keep em coming....

    Mark

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    Nice works

    whiteg

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    How does one modulate and control all the different color lines that an argon laser is capable of, this has currently escaped my comprehesion please shed light on this matter Please! Thank You!

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    Using one of these :
    http://www.neostech.com/PDFs/Asize/56/56A7879.pdf

    coupled to one of these Frank:
    http://www.neostech.com/PDFs/Asize/56/56A14329.pdf

    It's a tunable prism basically.
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    Cool

    Actually, it's more like a tunable diffraction grating. (Prisms refract) But yeah, PCAOM's are the cat's meow when it comes to color control. Didn't know you had an 8 channel unit there, Jim. Very nice. (I've got a 4 channel unit coming for my HGM5, but it's got the extra blue channel in place of the red, so at least I can capture 3 of the argon blue lines along with the main 514 green.)

    Adam

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    Unhappy

    My browser, IE, cannot find the file to save as...
    Love, peace, and grease,

    allthat... aka: aaron@pangolin

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    Yeah, I had a problem with that trying to download it on the works computer but suddenly it started to download after about 8 attempts.
    Weird


    BTW - the white on the TTL RGB (top one) was not so good Mark - it was a little out of alignment It was a very greenie white!
    I love the subtle colours out of the ALC, they are just beautiful
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    Lightbulb

    Now it is downloadng for me... here on the aircard as opposed to at work on the DS3...

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    Hi Jim,
    Nice work!
    Good to see what 12K scanners can do.
    If I ever get my Moncha, I look forward to see what I can do with my Scanpro20's.
    All the best, David.

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