Doesn't it hurt their eyes?
seizure time!!! YAY!
I guess they are "trained" to play in that environment, hahahaa! Try putting your dogs in the room, they will go wild too~ hahaha! It's time to add lasers........
NEVER subject a dog to this.
Last edited by Up All Night; 07-31-2012 at 01:54 PM.
No human,no dogs,try this with your cat..i'm sure there is no problem at all..the cat is looking all the way in the light,without any problem!i want some cat eyes!!
huh?!?!? man.. that's scary.. cat can look into the strob at high lumens?!?!?! holy cow ..no.. holy cat.............
Cats and dogs can't see colors, so they just stare at you and wonder "what in the world are you doing?".
You are right they are somehow "trained" to have fun with it especially when music is involved as well.
If I ever use strobe it's mostly for the kiddies.
Yeah, cats seem to be impervious to strobe :O
I've pointed my TK12 and TK45, both on strobe to a cat, and it was just staring at me.
And cats hunting mostly at night without a flashlight,they are seiing almost everything,we dont we have technology...!
When I was a kid and we lived in the country we had a little play room that was attached to one of the upstairs bedrooms. It was a large square with no windows.
Take one of those little party strobes where you can change how fast it blinks and you have something that can be pretty psychedelic.
Get it just right and everyone seems to be jumping around everywhere lol
Yeah that's surely something that perk up the mood! haha! but somehow the normal reaction is -- jumping around. That's the mysterious part.. haaha..
My cousin likes to try to blind his neighbourh's cat, but has had very little success. I don't approve, but he hit him with a 50mW green laser with some success.
I once had a strobe party -many many years ago- and my Cocker Spaniel retreated to the basement within a minute. I do have to add we were pretty drunk and acted like idiots doing the robot. I suspect our behavior and the loud music had something to do with it.