There is someone standing at the right side of a tripod, that gives an idea of the size of the box emitting the light. There is light “escaping” the back of the box that is larger than the guy’s head, and because of the “3 petals clover” shape of the light at the back, I would speculate that it has at least 3 emitters…or 3 groups with several emitters.
It also looks like this “box” has some sort of syniosbeam form factor = much larger in the diameter than in the depth.
You missed one, the GRB-080319B.
Oh, you said world… I thought you meant universe.
“The afterglow of the burst set a new record for the most intrinsically bright object ever observed by humans in the universe,
2.5 million times brighter than the brightest supernova to date, SN 2005ap.”
Yeah, it’s definitely more than one, there isn’t a single blue laser diode powerful enough for that many lumens.
Yeah me neither, but LEP isn’t actually emitting laser light like a regular laser does.
It’s just replacing the blue LED underneath the phosphor with a more narrow-band blue light diode, which in this case is a laser.
The list has been updated, now a laser flashlight has been added Maxtoch L2K
As well as a few others.
Still waiting on more info about the “Light of Xiuhtecuhtli” (which claims >50Mcd) before I add it to the list.
Would like to know at least one more significant digit, it could be 50, it could be 51, or whatever.
Also it’s still not certain if they are using laser phosphor or some type of lamp.
Looking forward to adding more laser flashlights to the list in the near future.