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12 Comments

  1. Where are the plans?

  2. coming soon

  3. heh, make those leds infrared, you can burn out people’s corneas and block security cameras at the same time!

  4. new bike light kit with driver blinding technology?

  5. I can’t wait!!!!

  6. I can’t wait until the rest of the solar sail is done. Not sure if you’re going to get enough photo pressure from this light though.

  7. Well, that’s one way to get people to quit tailgating.

    “Commence primary ignition!”

  8. I’d like to see what the Mythbusters has to say about this one.

  9. we have a preview of the video, the larger versions are uploading… http://adafruit.blip.tv/file/2652938/

  10. hey kids…I use the Cree XR-E 7090 XLamps in grow lights. I’ve found the best prices in small volumes to be from a company called LEDlightingsupply. Generally I pay $3 a Cree for the 2W ones.

    http://ledlightingsupply.com

  11. I know very little about LED’s, how the brain reacts to different light waves or different flashing frequencies, but I’m curious. You use Red, Blue and Green LED’s, but why not use white LED’s?

  12. jeff, the human eye is most susceptible to blue/green light

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