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      1. The danger of such a system would be the laser damaging anything else in its path but I think it could identify flies and harmful insects. I have put down “Cutter” because most mosquito are in larvae form and we have several bats in the neighborhood but I see them swarming in the grass and I’ve used electrical bug zappers but I get eaten alive for being outside.

  1. It’s an old presentation, and so far I can’t find any of these devices on ebay or in the Internet at all. Sometimes it seems it was a first-april joke.

  2. A sensor in each corner of a room, combined with a laser – fair enough.
    Triangulate on a mosquito- they aren’t exactly LOUD, but I’ll call it “possible”.

    Telling a male from a female, by the sound – that sounds REALLY hard but maybe it can be done, I don’t know enough about mozzies.

    Stopping the lasers from burning holes in the curtains? THAT I’d like to see !

  3. Male and female mosquito’s make different frequencies of sound.
    It’s really easy to do if you use the frequency spectrum.

    Not so difficult at all to do.

    If the curtains are reasonably static you could add a no shoot zone when the laser is in a certain area of orientation it is not allowed to shoot.

    1. A simpler implementation might be to make box, with one side open, a UV light to attract them, and the
      the laser system at the entrance…It would be localized, and avoid shouting you in the eye or damaging furniture, a fume extractor would be a must :D

  4. Yes Filip, but I’ll go one better. Replace the lasers with a high voltage grid, to “zap” them.
    Congrats – together we have come up with the same system already in use to control bugs.

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