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    I just sent out a new version of the lasertennis game to the email addresses I got. If I missed anyone let me know and send me your email so I can keep everyone updated when new versions are released.

    The new version lets you invert and swap the x and y axis so nobody has to play the game backwards

    The new release also includes the laser visualization now called ZoofScope. Thanks for the comments, Rob.

    Z.

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    a round of laser tennis style applause for our man Zoof. The tennis is much better now I can make it the right way round - my projector reverses on the pan and tilt mirror.As for Zoofscope. its awesome - sitting here with tangerine dream visulaising above my desk as I write this!

    top marks Zoof - long may your ideas continue.

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    Thanks man !!! .

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    I know most will have seen the zoofscope on youtube but if you aint and you cant get it as you dont have easylase here are a couple of pix to make you go 532nm with envy

    Rob
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails zoofscope01.jpg  

    zoofscope02.jpg  

    zoofscope03.jpg  

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    Rob,

    great colors
    remind us again what are the power levels of your RGB setup?

    Z.

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    Yes, this kind of laser output is quite new of us! Really nice Zoof !!!

    Maybe you can find the time to make a real realtime version.
    So, a Zoofscope that will react on the signal of the MIC-input of our PC.
    Than we can use this software for live sessions, next to the DJ

    Keep up the good work!

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    Mic input would be cool too! I'll have a look if fmod supports it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoof View Post
    Rob,

    great colors
    remind us again what are the power levels of your RGB setup?

    Z.
    i believe its 3watt of white
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    Sorry andy thats not the SP168
    these pics are of my small pojector which is solid state.
    its about 500mW consisting of About 100mw green (non tec) about 100mW blue and 350mW Red.
    I know this adds up to more than 500mW but I reckon with the inherent instabilities of particularly my green that 500mW is more accurate.

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    hmm I need to double my red and blue.


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