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Welcome To Camp Rave: Trippy Laser Portal In Campfire

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This is a short video of a Wicked Lasers Spyder III 3 Arctic laser with a perpendicular plane lens and a Krypton laser with a star lens making some sort of trippy moving starfield in the smoke of a campfire. I really felt like I was traveling through outerspace. Still, what good is feeling like you're traveling through space if you can't cook s'mores? "Sorry GW, no s'mores tonight." Then I want to go home. I didn't come all the way out here to get bitten by mosquitoes and fall over trying to poop against a tree and not cook s'mores. "Sorry, not tonight." THEN I'M TAKING THE CAR AND LEAVING. I hope the rest of your little camping trip turns into a horror movie.

No screencap really does the laser lightshow justice, hit the jump for the video.

Thanks to my pal Terry, who's birthday is tomorrow which he will spend alone drinking beer and cooking lobsters all day. That's like, his tradition.

There are Comments.
  • afterooster

    cool lasers, but where can i get some of those sweet zebra pants?

  • WhiteEagle2

    Freaked out at 11 seconds because it seemed like the laser was shining in my eye.

  • catallergy

    I don't know much about lasers, but I can only assume that they have the ability to travel over the internet, blasting forth from my computer screen, leaving me hopelessly blind. Terrific. Now that porn video that was loading in the other tab will be completely wasted.

  • n_a_a_s

    not completely wasted, use your other eye

  • catallergy

    but thats my squinting eye

  • Mgmguy

    Kill it! Kill it with.....oh wait.

  • n_a_a_s

    Good call on the description GW, those are the lenses being used on each laser except the blue is using a ┼ shaped pattern not a flat ─ pattern ;)

    This video caught a lot of flak from the laser community when it came out because nobody is wearing protective goggles, one shot to the eye from any of those beams at will likely cause irreversible damage to your eyesight when using lasers this powerful

  • jharp105

    youve obviously never been to a rave before

  • n_a_a_s

    having dj'd raves for probably longer than you've been alive, your comment has made me laugh☺ Lasers used at (indoor) parties are usually in the 200-500mw range & are almost always in motion, they pose far less danger than the 1W blue & 500mw+ green lasers that aren't moving at this very unrave-like campsite. Despite the beams only being directed towards the camera angle instead of shooting in multiple directions as it appears, an accident with catching one in the eye only needs to happen once

  • Ollie Williams

    Naas, laying down the knowledge since 2010.

  • n_a_a_s

    Ollie WIlliams! I miss those naughty friday nights at your place hehe

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