Playing XBOX is fun, but burning things with a new James-Bond-like laser is even sweeter.
this is not gona end well
Well I'm glad the 360 has some use! JK, I'm a multiplatform owner but I couldn't resist.
Not only is the 360 a small incendiary device but its' HD-DVD add-on can be used to burn things too! HD-DVD has some uses after all!
Well, seeing as how you were brave enough to be the first one to post such a comment in the Gamer Zone, I'll award you a bubble for your courage.
You can use any blue diode
Dont ruin our fun. ;)
Tight! lol @ the James bond music .
I'm sure the original laser was restricted in its circuitry so as not to be so powerful. I'm sure with a bit of tweaking you could make it even stronger, but I'm also sure there is a risk of increased radiation exposure from the aperture.
Isn't that dangerous. specially if a kid has it...lol
I thought i heard pp..... Hahahaha, is that you....?
I want to burn ants with it
for the bots, atleast they can still have some fun with the 360 when RROD occur.
PS3 is still in last place...:)
I made one with an old broken PS3 of mine. It's pretty awesome. But one look at it and you're blind forever. I've never touched it without having my laser protection glasses on. Even the reflexion on painted wood can blind you in an instant.
That's why I'm afraid to make one, I've wanted to for quite a while but I have a feeling some jackass will get their hands on it and start flashing it in our eyes. Then I'll have to do things to him with bricks.
Aha, so it is that part wich is responisble for all the burnt down houses.
If he wanted he could use a system of lenses to narrow the beam and make it even hot enough to cut.
Or he could just use one refractive lens attatchment to narrow the beam, and route a small capacitor through the schematic.
True... if he wanted to do it cheap, he could find an old toy microscope or telescope, pull the the lense out. Get some Jewelry abrasive paper, jewelry sand paper and emery paper, with a cheap glass cutter and shape the lense by hand.
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well i guess the machine would have no problem emitting a RED beam
Once upon a time I owned an HD-DVD drive... Good thing I returned it.
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