We weren't aware the moon was a source of "dark power," but apparently it is. That power has been harnessed in one of Wicked Lasers' latest creations, the Lunar laser.
Wicked Lasers recently added two new members to its dangerously powerful Spyder III series. The Lunar and Inferno lasers produce malevolent purple and red beams respectively, countering the green Krypton and the blue Arctic. The Spy...
Do you have limited budget in the creativity department? Just spend the funds on a half pound of green and a wicked laser light show. Invite four thots over, let [...]
The guys at Wicked Lasers recently sent me a couple of their top-of-the-line lasers to test out, including the recently announced programmable EVO laser and the insanely powerful Arctic Spyder…
I don’t know what you would do with a laser that you can control remotely using a smartphone, but I want one nonetheless. I own a few lasers from Wicked…
The day has finally come. What day is that? The day when you can control a laser pointer wirelessly from your iPhone. Wicked Lasers has announced the world's first open source laser, the Evo, and it's fully controllable wirelessly. Not...Show More Summary
There's really no practical reason anyone needs to own a high-powered green laser pointer (sorry stargazers, not buying it) but that doesn't make them any less desirable. Especially now that Wicked Lasers has just revealed the Evo which can be customized and controlled via an app on your Android or iOS smartphone. Read more...
Well, despite being able to burn things, Wicked Laser’s line of handheld lasers are all certified as street legal in the United States. That’s a good thing, because there’s a fair amount of fun to be had with the Evo, their newest laser. Show More Summary
Science fiction or science friendship? (Credit: Wicked Lasers) In journalism, there's something called a lede, which is just another word for the main or most important part of your story. Normally you want to lay it out for the reader in the first sentence or two. Show More Summary
This is a short video of a Wicked Lasers Spyder III 3 Arctic laser with a perpendicular plane lens and a Krypton laser with a star lens making some sort of trippy moving starfield in the smoke of a campfire. I really felt like I was traveling through outerspace. Show More Summary
(YouTube link) Tim Roman and friends pulled out their Wicked Lasers and pointed them at the campfire, producing an eerie psychedelic portal to another world. They used the Spider 3 Arctic blue laser and the Krypton green laser, which aren't your average laser pointers. Show More Summary
Food is one of the most important world-building tools in a writer's kit — it defines a world and the people in it. Self-described "food writer with a wicked sci-fi addiction" Jason Sheehan muses on food in science fiction — and whether, in the future, we'll all be eating dinner in pill form.
Patrick Priebe is no stranger to laser-based prop weapons, and Wicked Lasers is no stranger to borderline illegal lasers. Put the two together and this is what you get: a minigun replica…
The DIY laser gatling gun is certainly a project anyone can be proud of. Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Wicked Lasers the company which has delivered balloon popping and skin burning laser pointers in the past has built a laser gatling gun. It has six spinning one Watt Artic lasers and 100mw green laser for aiming. Weighing in at ….
Wicked Lasers is constantly harping on about how powerful – and dangerous – its 500mW Spyder III Krypton laser is. Well, YouTuber styropyro’s homemade laser produces a 3W beam. Watch it destroy a bunch of objects. Hat Tip Link
Wicked Lasers has made a name for itself by building incredibly powerful handheld lasers that it's still legally able to sell to the public. At the top of the heap is the Wicked Lasers Arctic which blasts forth a full watt of focused blue light. But when you tire of getting in trouble with the FAA you can now easily convert it into a bright white flashlight. Read more...
The Phosforce flashlight shines with 500 lumens. (Credit: Wicked Lasers) Didn't get enough of Star Wars Day on the weekend? How about dazzling Sith Lords with this lightsaber-style flashlight? The Phosforce from Wicked Lasers turns the company's powerful Arctic laser into a portable light that kicks out 500 lumens. Show More Summary
Soon, somewhere in the waters of the Middle East, ships will be blasting missiles out of the sky with lasers. Yes, you read that right. The U.S. Navy has already outfitted the fantail of transport ship USS Ponce with a solid-state fiber...Show More Summary
Laser weapons are headed to ships next year.