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Testing a F330 Fresnel lens (from 3Dlens****) Not good for desktop viewing but impressive in games - gives me a 80degree Field Of View with only a slight degrading of the images.
24 Nov 2007
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READ ME...more details here! A larger monitor is always better for your flight simulator. If you can't afford a larger monitor at this time, you may want to experiment with an inexpensive fresnel lens screen magnifier. MaxiAids**** has fresnel lenses in a variety of sizes. We have a little fun with fresnel lenses in this video. This was a controlled environment, don't try this at home. Do not light objects on fire with fresnel lenses. This video also helps you improve the mounting frame for the lens. Materials in this project: 10x round slotted wood screw, 1 1/2" long 3/8" fender washers 1x4 board gray primer paint B-17 Aluminum Overcast photo by aviation photographer Matt Smith. Free videos for improving your home flight simulator at Roger Dodger Aviation LLC
8 Apr 2008
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video shows the power of direct cooking. It is 5 times faster than bottom cooking but requires a lot of experience and requires caution. This is our third cooking episode using only a large Fresnel Lens and ONLY the power of the sun.
26 Sep 2008
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FRESNEL LENS BOIL 60 ML WATER IN 10 SECONDS. WITH THE SUN ONLY. © 2007 GREENPOWERSCIENCE *******www.greenpowerscience****/
7 Oct 2008
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the power of a solar panel by using a Fresnel Lens and doubling the sunlight reaching the panel.
1 Oct 2008
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WOOD AND UNDERWATER LEAVES BURN IN THE PRESENCE OF WATER. TESTING THE 22.5" FRESNEL LENS
10 Nov 2008
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This is another test of our new camera. This is at 300, 600, 1200 FPS. The Fresnel Lens was used to superheat the glass and water shocked the first two. The last one broke on its own. ENJOY:-) CASIO Exilim EX-F1
11 Mar 2009
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This is another Slow motion High FPS video with Soy Milk an a Stick in the beam of a Large Fresnel Lens. NOTE: To the Hard Core Green Science Group...... This is Filler Science entertainment video between the Green Power Science videos that reach people who may share the Green Science interest, but do not know to search "Fresnel" or "Parabolic" on Youtube or the net. We are not migrating, just filling in the gaps.
6 Jan 2009
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IS ONE OF MY MANY STIRLING ENGINES THAT WAS THE INSPIRATION FOR THE SOLAR STEAM STIRLING HYBRID.
4 Aug 2008
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is the first segment of our half-hour weekly program. Available in HD. Shot with a Canon XH A1. THIS IS THE FULL VERSION.
21 Oct 2008
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*******www.greenpowerscience****/ This is an idea I have had for a long time. Solar power. This offers an option for coal fire plants reducing the byproduct of coal ash disposal sites. This can be used for GREEN ENERGY power production. Many people do not realize that coal ash is used in products they have in their house. While is is trapped somewhat safely in some cement products, the high levels of heavy metals may present in household items.
8 Nov 2009
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*******www.greenpowerscience****/ This is a new design I found, they work with a Fresnel Lens or a Parabolic Mirror. Strong and efficient for its size. About 15-40 watts. We have been trying different videos and had a run of experiments not going right. Also Florida is very cloudy from June - July, this video took 4 hours to shoot waiting for the clouds.
6 Sep 2009
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This is available in HD and is a 100% solar water purification method. GREENPOWERSCIENCE.COM ©2008 GREENPOWERSCIENCE/RO PRODUCTIONS
29 Sep 2008
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My 53 inch Fresnel (Fra'nel) lens focused on a pot of old gasoline with some water added. I like the swirls in the liquids, caused by the different heating rates of the two liquids. No fire, the gas didn't vaporize. About 800 watts focused in the center of the pot.
9 Nov 2008
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Inflatable fresnel lens based solar cells are another elegent approach to low cost solar. If only I had the wherewithal to develop the idea when it first occurred to me 6years ago!! Distributed by Tubemogul.
7 Aug 2008
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