Now that people have starting playing with their Soundlazers, I wanted to take a minute to explain how to properly adjust the oscillator and PWM modulator.
First, you will obviously need access to the Soundlazer board and also an Oscilloscope.
For those of you that have access to a 3D printer, you can print out this ultrasonic array to test the directional properties Such as- Sankalpa from Swarnapali Balika National best driving school in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka writes:We can protect our heritage by:Bhavna, Aakanksha, Bhavnish, Diksha, Garima and Ishita from Kamla Nehru Public best driving school in Phagwara, India write:We think that indigenous people live in remote areas of the world and depend on fishing, shooting etc. of ultrasonic waves. It uses sixteen (16) of the larger piezo emitters and focuses the beam very nicely.
The 3D STL model can be found HERE:
Thank you to all the backers on Kickstarter for making this project a success. Only five more days to go but this project is already a great machines a sous gratuites -A-Sous. success. Remember Soundlazer will only be available through Kickstarter so pledge now if you want one of your own.
OK, so I read from a printout above the camera. I didn’t have a teleprompter handy and I hate being on camera. This is actually something I want to work on and hope to shoot some more videos to get over my nervousness.
Gizmodo had some great ideas for using the Soundlazer that I haven’t though of. This is exactly why I decided to launch this project on Kickstarter. I hope it gets funded so people can come up with their own interesting uses.
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