Demonstrating the Fiber Optic Effect of Water

Introduction: Demonstrating the Fiber Optic Effect of Water

You need a clear container and a laser. Poke a small hole an inch from the bottom of container for the water to stream out of. Fill the container with water and cap it. Aim the laser through the container and out the hole and open the cap. Check out the cool effect in the video.

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    7 Discussions

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    wtoddp
    wtoddp

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    i've seen better comments, but yours is the best! lol

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    JshDav
    JshDav

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Haha that makes a lot of sense :P

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    a_traceur
    a_traceur

    10 years ago on Introduction

    The water isn't completly fiber optic because the light is escaping, but still way cool!

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    TheMadScientist

    this is interesting for practical purposes, seeing as a tube filled with a tiny bit of water, is far easier than making fiber optic strands...

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    rc jedi
    rc jedi

    12 years ago on Introduction

    After watching all that water streaming out, I gotta go, be right back........................................................................................... ................................................................................................... .................................................................................................. ahhh, much better.........................."flushing noise"