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Rainbow Party at Assemble PGH

by ephemeralwaves | September 22, 2015 21:20 | 163 views | 3 comments | #12236 | 163 views | 3 comments | #12236 22 Sep 21:20

What I want to do

Share the spectrometer made from the Public Lab spectroscope kit at the Assemble PGH learning party.

My attempt and results

We pointed the spectroscope at fluorescent, mercury, and led light and showed the people gathered what each spectrum looked like.

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This event is on 09-11-2014 iCal


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3 Comments

Wow, this is so great! Sorry, I'm not familiar with Assemble PGH -- do you have a link so I can learn more? Whereabouts in the geographically is this?

Thanks!

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@warren It's in Pittsburgh. We're actually going to show the spectroscope again on May 7th 2016 at Copyleft Gallery, a free and open source art show celebrating the commons.

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Here is a link to assemblepgh -> http://assemblepgh.org/

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