iBlackLight.app?

Discussion in 'Application Ideas' started by fr0z3nic3, Feb 26, 2008.

  1. fr0z3nic3

    fr0z3nic3 New Member

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    This possibly might be a dumb idea to people that know about fluoresents, but if not is it possible to make a fluoresent Black Light in Photoshop? I'm not exactly sure what goes into a Black Light, but I found a picture that might help you guys out..

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    Anyway I thought this would be an incredible idea, also maybe iStrobeLight.app .. You guys probably think I'm into like.. Raving.. Lol, but I'm not I just like stuff like this I have a bunch of Black Lights in
    my room..

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  2. bundyxc

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    I'm sure it's impossible to clone the light rays using an image. Strobes ARE possible.
  3. bundyxc

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    but blacklights are not. lol.
  4. fr0z3nic3

    fr0z3nic3 New Member

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    Damn it.. I really wanted to see this application..

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  5. bundyxc

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    Sorry. I would have too, but the iPod can't produce the light wavelength of a blacklight. Strobing sounds easy, if you know JS, try it. Just use Jiggy.
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    mikedavinci22 New Member

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    flourescents to grow my hydro would be awesome....

    haha
  7. ur_so_beautiful

    ur_so_beautiful New Member

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    lol i guess the closest you'll get is puting a black/purple-y image in your photos and viewing it there *shrugs* sorry

    strobes would be awesome

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  8. iTouch532

    iTouch532 Well-Known Member

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    Strobe would probably mess the iPod screen up, since it blinks uncontrollably.
  9. fr0z3nic3

    fr0z3nic3 New Member

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  10. RightOn

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    A Black Light emits light in the soft, near ultraviolet range of light... it is also enclosed in a substance called "woods glass" that is that familiar purple color... so unless you want to replace the glass and invent a replacement backlight for your iPod that only emits near ultraviolet rays and almost NO visible light, then go wild

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