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Wicked Laser's Arctic laser-powered home theater projector
A "Pink Floyd Laser Spectacular" doesn't sound like something that exists in the year 2008. Pink Floyd hasn't released an album since 1994 and, let's face it, the words "laser spectacular" conjure up '80s flashbacks. But the show isn't just existing, it's been touring for more than two decades.
BRIGHT LIGHTS: The producers of “Laser Spectacular” advise that the show is more than two hours long and that cameras aren’t allowed.
Last month Katie Spitza, 44, went to the Intimate Rejuvenation and Innovative Surgery Center in Scottsdale for the newest form of liposuction on her legs. An hour later, she was up and about and able to walk out of the clinic.
When Karl Smith learned his son, Bennett, was born with a birthmark known as a port wine stain over much of his right arm, chest, back and neck, the Scottsdale man remembered a girl he knew growing up.
Bennett Smith, 2, and his father, Karl, play Monday at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Mary Rhind, A Permanent Image on Laser Hair Removal & Permanent Makeup
A teenager has been arrested for allegedly pointing a laser at a Phoenix police helicopter, partly blinding a pilot.
Data Doctors: Q. My tech friend says that HP printers are better than Epson printers because the print head is part of the ink cartridge. What is your opinion? — Angela
Not long ago, shooting lasers inside a person’s head seemed like a bad idea.
Instead of a spinning drill bit, the laser tool glows red at the tip. Laser energy and tiny jets of water combine to perform oral surgery.
It’s a 21st century musical instrument, a piano for the age of the Jetsons. Jerry Riopelle, a recording artist and music producer for more than 25 years in the Valley, invented the HumanBeams laser music player, which creates music when the user simply interrupts a beam of harmless laser light.
SAN FRANCISCO - Computer accessory maker Logitech International SA is introducing a mouse with a free-spinning motorized scroll wheel it believes will help people more efficiently race through pages on their computer screens.
Jerry Riopelle moves his hand through the HumanBeams laser music player, a device he created.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - In an advance that could drive down the cost of optical networks and help make fiber as common as copper wires, Intel Corp. researchers have built a continuously shining laser with the same material — silicon — that’s the foundation of today’s chip industry.
September 1, 2004
Erchonia Medical, a Mesabased company that makes low-power lasers for therapeutic purposes, is moving into a new $1.7 million building that will nearly double the company’s floor space.
From left, Steve Shanks, Kevin Tucek and Mark Shanks of Erchonia Medical show off one of the medical lasers their company makes that will be used on the Tour de France.