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.
The idea behind this video is pretty simple, it's a laser igniting black flash paper to spark fire inside a bottle. But the execution of it is just mesmerizing. The Wicked Laser 100mW Spyder III Krypton burns through the paper in a pyro domino effect and the flame just explodes inside the bottle. Show More Summary
Wicked Lasers’ $US200 torch beams out 4100 lumens of blinding light. That’s very intense light! From the video above, it would appear six of the torches can cook a whole turkey in about 2.5 hours. More »
Wicked Lasers' $200 torch beams out 4100 lumens of blinding light. That's very intense light! From the video above, it would appear six of the flashlights can cook a whole turkey in about 2.5 hours. Considering a turkey takes 20-minutes...Show More Summary
You can almost hear fusty old Yoda's warning: “For consumerization, the lightsaber is not.” He’s right, but don’t tell Wicked Lasers, maker of the 1.25-watt blue S3 Arctic series handheld laser. As a point of reference, standard laser...Show More Summary
It's no secret we think Wicked Lasers are wicked cool here at Gizmodo. The problem is that they're always a luxury; never a necessity. Sure, it would be really awesome to play with the LaserSaber, but nobody's head is going to pop if they don't (some balloons might, though.) But that's also what makes a super-powerful laser the perfect gift for your geek friends. More »
Wicked Lasers is a company that makes a lot of crazy bright laser pointers. In fact, some of these things you shouldn’t even call laser “pointers” because they can actually set things on fire and pop balloons - they’re more like laser weapons. The company also makes an insanely powerful…
We love Wicked Lasers. The company sells high-powered laser equipment and makes all kinds of novel videos demoing the capabilities of its products, showing them lighting matches and popping balloons. Now a video posted by YouTube user kipay shows a slightly more malicious use for this equipment–ruining an iPhone 5. Show More Summary
Wicked Lasers has created the LaserSaber, which utilizes optical elements, diffuser tubes, and magnets to create waving wands of laser light. The parts are also interchangeable. LaserSabers range from about $300 to a whopping $1,000, depending on the model. View the official video below and see how they work. Just like any sword or saber, [...] No related posts.
We've made fun in past of Wicked Lasers and their vast inventory of seemingly useless laser devices. Now, at long last, it seems we've found a legitimate excuse for playing with out lasers. More »
This week on the Gadget Lab Show, the gang checks out the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet, Wicked Lasers' Laser Saber, and the Raspberry Pi microcomputer.
Wicked Lasers is narrowly avoiding a cease and desist from LucasFilm with its LaserSabers, which come in two varieties (Krypton and Arctic) and are powered by a magnetic gravity system that can raise or lower the beam as needed. TheShow More Summary
Wicked Lasers makes LaserSabers, handheld light sabers designed for use in the real world. They are not affiliated with Lucasfilm but they dojedi have a Star Wars-like promotional video of dueling robed gentlemen. Get ready to wield the world’s first and only LaserSaber! A radiant saber pulsing with laser powered energy. The LaserSaber is energized [...]
Must. Buy. One. Now!!!! A company called Wicked Lasers has FINALLY created what we've been dreaming of since we first gazed upon the wonder that is Star Wars. They've built the closest real-life version of the lightsaber to date in the form of the LaserSaber. The 32-inch polycarbonate blade contains "the world's most [...]
The force is strong with this entrepreneur. Wicked Lasers CEO Steve Liu and his team have created the LaserSaber, a real-life lightsaber that echoes the...
This week on the Gadget Lab Show, the gang takes a look at the HTC One X smartphone, an especially ludicrous iPhone fake, and a wicked green laser that was attached to a lemon shark.
I was super excited when Gizmodo proclaimed "They Finally Made a Real Lightsaber!" I should have known is was too good to be true. Wicked Lasers, the guys behind the last unlicensed lightsaber inc...