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Quantum Lighting

(A new system currently under construction)

This is a stereo lighting system using sound to drive two multi colour LED light clusters, the experiment will involve changing the frequency and phase relationship of each light cluster as the projected light overlaps within the illuminated range.

This will be used as an aid for human visual perception, still photography and video cameras on paranormal investigation ( and other experiments)

My experiment is to project two beams of pulsing light together, but vary the frequency and the phase difference between each in various ways

It consists of two multi colour LED light pods - Red, Green, Blue, white, Ultraviolet and Infrared, each switched and driven individually to allow a wide verity of colour mixing and permutations.
The angle of the light and separation distance of the pods will be adjustable.

Light is modulated at adjustable audio frequency (and higher) and in different ways
by varying frequency control and/or pulsed modulation.

1, Frequency/phase shift -
Both pods driven by the same frequency, with a phase difference in each pod.

2, Dual frequency modulation -
Both lighting pods are dual modulated with adjustable high and low frequency, one pod is phase inverted from the other.

3, Individual frequency control -
Each pod has individual frequency control.

Frequency range will vary from approximately 10 Hz to beyond 100K Hz.

The experiments are to observe where the beams (streams) of light cross when experimentally using all the adjustable settings.
At this point there will light and sound interacting,

This experimental technology was inspired by the work of Quantum Physics, in particular 'The double slit experiments' that helped determine that light is an electro-magnetic wave.
A wide range of experiments in various subjects could prove interesting.

Will there be sound harmonics within the light where they overlap ?(an optical microphone and audio amplifier will determine this)

Will there be waves seen in the light seen?

The experiment uses sound to generate a time difference within light.?

What will that do to objects within the beam?

Further designs of circular LED arrays will prove to be interesting experiments.

Will time alter within the light?


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