How Do Lasers Work?

I have been into gadgets and technology for as long as I can remember. After all, not that many things can compare to reading and writing about the latest inventions while sipping a refreshing drink in the middle of the evening.

One of the latest technology wonders I have been thrilled about recently is something known as the dazzler. Well, the idea of blinding enemies instead of just killing them certainly isn’t new. It is reported that weapons similar to laser blinding weapons were used even back during WWII. There are several other reports that state that the US military have been using blinding weapons during a few other military operations during the last 30 years.

One of the questions technology enthusiasts might want to ask themselves is whether the dazzler is legal or not. It is true that weapons causing permanent damage were officially banned by the United Nations back in 1995, but who said that you don’t have a right to defend yourself with the help of laser-based weapons that will only dazzle your attackers instead of if killing them? Usually, a laser blinding weapon causes some inconvenience to those on whom it was used such as vomiting or temporary dizziness, but as long as you check your local laws regarding the blinding weapons you should be fine. If you are into such gadgets, you might either want to buy one, or construct one yourself, depending on your budget and on your needs.

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