Building a Geometric Laser Projector

Materials used to build. Source: Kiwico

Persistence of vision: an optical phenomenon. It’s when multiple images in succession change quickly enough that our brains blend them into one, consistent animation.

I created my own version of this phenomenon when I built a geometric laser projector. Scroll down to skip to the 5-minute video, or keep reading…

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A New York City high school sophomore passionate about redefining space exploration.

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Simone Lilavois

Simone Lilavois

A New York City high school sophomore passionate about redefining space exploration.

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