Satisfy your scientific curiosity and your craving for some Frosted Flakes. Editor Mike Haney shows you how to use an old cereal box and a CD to build a device that reveals the hidden rainbow inside any light source. Find more examples of DIY spectrometers over at Wikipedia.
What?! No view of the spectrum lines? After all that work building the spectrometer, I expected Mike to show us the pattern of lines produced by tungsten light. instead he just said good-bye. :(
so the music is by baarbarian? interesting
Hey Fisher-- yep, the music is by Baarbarian (of Baarbarian.com). We're all digging our new theme song.
Really great music baarbarian. Really interesting.
Mike - http://learnhowtojumphigher.net/
I'm not sure which is more interesting, the rainbows or the music. But I know which tops them all: Frosted Flakes!
Pat - www.jumphighernow.wordpress.com
Well I don't need him to show me the tungsten light spectrom. I'll just build my self.
Really interesting and great music