Evo Laser Is Open-Source and Can Be Controlled with the Smartphone
Wicked Lasers has unveiled its latest product called the Evo. This is a handheld laser that Wicked says is the world's firstopen source and smartphone controllable laser. The laser is designed to be hackable and is capable of wireless operation.
The laser has available Bluetooth accessory and has four modes of operation. The modes of operation include momentary, constant, strobe, and bypass. Power for the laser comes from a pair of AA batteries.
I don't know exactly what you would do with the smartphone controllable laser, but it's interesting to think about some of the things people might come up with. The laser has a greenbeam and is available now for $199.95.
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