eland’s Finn Lynch on the first day of the Laser world championship in Barcelona, Spain
The Laser Worlds/ILCA 7 Championships, Barcelona, Spain
After three gold fleet races, Ireland’s
Finn Lynch has moved up to second overall, according to provisional results.
With one day of competition left tomorrow to decide the overall honours, the National Yacht Club ace is 14 points off the overall lead in a fleet of 139 entries drawn from 44 countries.
At lunchtime today, the fleet was signalled with ‘AP over H’ on the water and ‘AP’ displayed ashore for the Silver fleet bringing Tuesday racing to a conclusion.
The on-form Rio Olympian signalled his intentions of making good on his campaign for Paris 2024 after missing out on Tokyo with a seventh at the European Championships just a month ago.
Ireland’s Finn Lynch Moves up to Second Overall at Laser Worlds/ILCA 7 in Spain (Afloat)
Pic via International Laser Class Association
in its entirety, except that it speeds up a little every time someone shoots a laser. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1997 Special Edition*)
This won’t take long.
Avengers nut and curator of the
Laser Gadgets website, Patrick Priebe gets his Tony Stark on with a self-built, projectile firing, dual laser metal glove you’ll be glad that kids can’t have for Christmas.
3D aerial laser display developed by a team of Japanese researchers that can display text and images in mid air.
A 1kHz infrared pulse fires directly into a 3D scanner which focuses and reflects the laser to specific points in 3D space, ionising air molecules which release energy in the form of photons.
Much as you’d expect.
face mapping and light projection by Nobumichi Asai.
(H/T: Graeme Kelly)
Philips Beardtrimmer 9000 – waterproof, laser-guided beard topiary for about €72.
nee-ever have to shave again.
Because you’ll have cauterised your retinas.