Laser Experiment: Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

Introduction: Laser Experiment: Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

About: Artist 2d 3d (currently Illustrator for Ubisoft Mtl). Physics & Art. starting to do DIY in my garage !

I did this famous Laser Experiment: seeing the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle live and precise. We call these "Single Slit Diffraction Experiment & Pin Hole Diffraction Experiment". Cheap and a really impressive way to see the wave-nature of the light by yourself and at home.


!!! STAY TUNED, I'll write down a few steps + a video !!!



I used:

- Laser pointer 15 mW

- X-acto blades (2) [single slit]

- waste electronic circuit [pin hole]

- White cardboard (receiver)

- some tape & wood pieces to mount all the things...

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    Reply 4 years ago

    Yep, REALLY impressive when you see it live !