2018-11-21 (W) Hackaday Summary

Kind of the Opposite of a Lightsaber
Some articles I spend hours looking at the source material and figuring out what to write. Other times, like this time, I spend hours figuring out a suitable graphic. My source article compared this potential medical device to a Star Trek tool carried by Doctor Crusher, but it involved lasers, so my mind went to lightsabers. I wanted to build an image which showed lightsabers and something medical. I rummaged through public domain images, and the best I could come up with was the image below, but it had a white background, so I translated the shadow to blue to give it a bit of an aura. Then I added the word "LASERS." Perhaps you already know, but graphic design is not my forté. One of my editors replaced the image with a punchier graphic. Thank goodness.

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