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laser for your thingie

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attaches near the end,makes bathroom aiming easier
bob, Oct 29 2018

projector lights make a building appear to swell and move https://youtu.be/CpRLwLcLHNA?t=309
[beanangel, Oct 29 2018]

Urine targeting laser Urine_20targeting_20laser
Prior Art [8th of 7, Oct 29 2018]


       I clicked on this idea with some trepidation..could also do duty as "plausible denial-able flasher outside the Ruritanian Embassy" bouncing the laser against the window panes. Comes with heating source for winter snooping duties.
not_morrison_rm, Oct 29 2018

       Really narrowcast budoir lighting with computer controlled laser diodes of adjustable brightness could make pink things pinker, or enhance contrast to create greater attraction. Prior to sex,   

       It might be nice to have a laser illuminate the upper third of the vagina, notably the clitoris, or projecting a reminder of the clitoris to alert people of an opportunity to better sex. If a woman wants to perform oral sex her lips could have laser lip gloss on them.   

       Also, visit the [link]! if they can change the appearance of a building that much think what software could do with a person's body.
beanangel, Oct 29 2018

       You could implant an electronic device in your bladder with a sensor that detects (and turns on an LED/laser) when your urethral sphincters open. The power could be supplied by a urine powered battery. The light would bounce down the stream or urine via total internal refraction.
xaviergisz, Oct 29 2018


       [suggested-for-deletion], Prior Art ...
8th of 7, Oct 29 2018

       Seems like we even had a drawing at some point.
RayfordSteele, Oct 29 2018

       We did have a picture drawn by Bristolz. I think I have it somewhere. If I find it, I'll post a link.   

       This is a first for one of my ideas, I respectfully say MFD for this one.
DenholmRicshaw, Oct 30 2018

       Doesn't this need a gravity field generator to 'sight in' the arc of the laser?
wjt, Nov 03 2018


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