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Sunlight intenstiy on your laptop

Sunday, February 04, 2007

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You can now see the intensity of your sun (or more simply put, intensity based on the time of the day it is!) on your laptop. Not rocket science, but then, it looked interesting, so I thought I should put it up here on my blog.

Actually, it is not just on the laptop. Depending on the time of the day, a bulb increases its intensity of light, peaking in the noon and dimming away at the end of the day. Similarly, you can see the same on your laptop or on your mobile phone.

You can check out Jimpalt.Org for more...
posted by Anand, 6:13 AM


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