Until now, laser visualization systems have been both expensive to purchase and extremely complicated to set up. The MacWarriors project, LaserLine, is designed to address these two core issues. Both hardware and software components are utilized to allow an ordinary laser pointer to be turned into a device that allows for the display of a variety of graphics and animations. By using the standard audio output from computers, and an inexpensive scanner combined with software running on the computer, LaserLine allows anyone to display simple graphics and animations with an ordinary laser pointer.
LaserLine was developed by MacWarriors and released at the University of Illinois' Engineering Open House 2005.
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LaserLine 2.0 is now in progress, to see it go here.