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What do you get when you create realtime interactive laser interaction with openFrameworks, add some bubbles and Daft Punk to the mix? This video will show you – just be careful – lasers are dangerous. [VIA]
If you have a super-powerful laser, what do you do with it? You pop balloons, that’s what you do. This is a video of someone doing just that. [VIA]
This is Zombie the corgi and she is really excited about chasing a laser pointer. Just watch.
This kitty is trying to get a laser dot and is doing its best crab impersonation to get it. My cat totally does this when chasing a laser – does yours?
This is a prototype for some laser knuckles created by Evan Roth that allow light to scale buildings and do all sorts of other cool things. [VIA]
Check out this demo of this neat little laser that tracks lines and will travel along their edge or bounce around between objects. [VIA]
Since they were up to Laser Cats 5, it is no surprise that another Laser Cats was pitched to Lorne on Saturday Night Live. Tom Hanks pitching it as a musical starring Elton John – that is new.
This kitty has secret powers – and laser eyes. [VIA]
Here is a gif of a flying cat head with laser eyes. It doesn’t seem to be very happy with that dude and is not afraid to let him know! VIA]
This is a video demo of what happens when you hang paper in a ballon and aim a laser at it. The paper catches fire and eventually the balloon explodes. Science party! [VIA]