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[img]http://freshinfos.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/real-life-lightsaber.jpeg[/img]

[quote][color=#474747][font=Georgia, sans-serif]According to the info in the YouTube description, this lightsaber gets powered by a badass 3000mW blue laser which [/font][/color][i]

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Yes, but what happens when 2 of them touch?

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Total Protonic Reversal.
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[quote name='warwagon' timestamp='1369920879' post='595724094']
Yes, but what happens when 2 of them touch?
[/quote]Attempting to divide by zero I see.
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Does it only go to a certain length?

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[quote name='techbeck' timestamp='1369921696' post='595724132']Does it only go to a certain length?[/quote]
No. From the sounds of it, it functions exactly the same as the laser guns that we've seen. The difference here is that it's been put in a container to make it look like a lightsaber hilt. Pity, I was excited. :(
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[quote name='Intrinsica' timestamp='1369921797' post='595724138']
No. From the sounds of it, it functions exactly the same as the laser guns that we've seen. The difference here is that it's been put in a container to make it look like a lightsaber hilt. Pity, I was excited. :(
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Then just a laser...not a lightsaber :(
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This is highly dangerous. A 3 watt laser let alone a 100mW laser should never be shined INDOORS! The reflections alone could easily blind you. Luckily most blue and red lasers (non dpss) do not produce IR or this guy would have been instantly blinded.

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it's a glorified laser pointer
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[quote name='micro' timestamp='1369923012' post='595724178']
red lasers (non dpss) <snip>.
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non dps laser, ah why would you even equip that

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[quote]3000mW laser[/quote]

Who still uses milli after a thousand? It irritates the heck out of me.

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It's a step in the right direction, though.Maybe one day....

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overweight [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laser_pointer"]laser-pointer[/url]?

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Are there laws prohibiting taking a laser that powerful outside?

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[quote name='Shiranui' timestamp='1369979729' post='595726004']
Are there laws prohibiting taking a laser that powerful outside?
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In some countries you need a permit to have very powerful blue and green lasers. So there could be laws against it, depending on where you live.

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[quote name='Shiranui' timestamp='1369979729' post='595726004']
Are there laws prohibiting taking a laser that powerful outside?
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Nobody tells a Jedi he can't wear his lightsaber. :p

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but jedi using limited 'length' of light, while those overweight laser-pointer use wimpy but unlimited 'length of light'.

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