Please rescue the IR lasers from the multi-touch table! Pop them in my box if there is nowhere else for them.
I think the majority of the table had already been disassembled - what
people were talking about was primarily the wood. Don't know where the
> I think the majority of the table had already been disassembled - what
> people were talking about was primarily the wood. Don't know where the
> bits went.
The wheels and various other fasteners where last seen heading towards a carry-case for some 3D printer. I am sure they will have a long and happy live there.
I last saw the mirror in the dirty room where people now made space for the 3-in-1; if someone finds it it would be nice if you wrapped and labelled it. It would be a waste to just use it as a bathroom mirror, or if it gets scratched from lying around in junk piles.
On 6 Apr 2011, at 10:06, Sam Cook wrote:
> There were no lasers (or if they were they were invisible like their beams) and I couldn't find any mirrors; sorry.
> On 5 April 2011 15:40, Martin Dittus <dek...@gmail.com> wrote:
> And there's a front surface mirror floating around somewhere which came with it. Wasn't cheap iirc; and may be useful for other things. Laser experiments maybe.
It was retrofitted to use IR lasers.