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The Laser Hammer

Postby Unclesal » Sat Oct 30, 2010 1:46 pm

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For the life of me, I can't wrap my head around this one. http://www.laserhammer.com
The Laser Hammer. WTF. Is this guy Edward Kalamardo for real?

Re: The Laser Hammer

Postby Roger Brown » Sat Oct 30, 2010 7:06 pm

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Interesting. My question is since a hammer is used in a arcing motion how do you keep the laser focused on the target?
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Re: The Laser Hammer

Postby Unclesal » Sat Oct 30, 2010 10:09 pm

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Exactly! That's what I'm saying. It's total insanity! A drill, a screwdriver, yes. Laser could in certain situations be a good thing. It's a straight motion. A hammer? I don't wanna put people down, but that's very strange. Or am I missing something here?

Re: The Laser Hammer

Postby Gizmo » Sun Oct 31, 2010 5:26 am

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Re: The Laser Hammer

Postby sernas79 » Sun Oct 31, 2010 6:27 am

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I think anybody who's not good with a hammer, is no way to improve his skills with this laser hammer I think they going to break the laser before they get the target! :mrgreen:

Re: The Laser Hammer

Postby Roger Brown » Mon Nov 01, 2010 4:34 am

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Gizmo, very funny cartoon. I like it better than this idea. Now if you could get the laser to lock on the target no matter where you moved the hammer that would be a different matter. The cost would be out the roof in relation to what you pay for a typical hammer.
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Re: The Laser Hammer

Postby Gizmo » Mon Nov 01, 2010 5:41 am

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Click on the Chindogu banner in the Hammer web site, the info below will show up and makes more sense as to what going on.

http://www.laserhammer.com/


CHINDOGU is originally a Japanese concept of seemingly useful inventions that on second thought are either totally counterproductive, an unbearable social embarrassment or just a nuisance in that it creates more problems than it actually solves. The Chindogu is not necessarily useless, they are rather “unuseless” – they usually do solve a problem, but in real life and practically they are usually ineffective and hopeless inventions. Often times the concept of “The Mad Scientist” comes to mind in dealing with the concept of Chindogu. The vision is there, but some critical, sane, component is lacking.

THE CHINDOGU AWARDS is annual competition sponsored, hosted and created by EG Electronics. It aims to promote visionary thinking and endeavours, primarily within the field of electronics. And, of course, it also aims to promote EG Electronics and our motto “You have the vision. We have the components.”

Re: The Laser Hammer

Postby Unclesal » Mon Nov 01, 2010 12:11 pm

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Ok, not sure it sheds to much light on the actual Laser Hammer site and product though, but fun initiative. I'm sure many inventions in here at InventorSpot could make that Chindogu list :lol:

My favourite at http://www.chindoguawards.com so far is The Bat Bat – a battery charged battery charger http://www.thebatbat.com LOL!