World’s First Bilateral Laser Distance Measurer
The World’s First Bilateral Laser Distance Measurer will completely change the way you measure distances during construction, repairs, and decorating.
VH-80 shoots two laser lights on opposite sides of the device. This way it allows you to measure the distance from point A to point B while standing at any point between them.
With a traditional measurer, if you wanted to know, say, the height of the wall you’d have to go through a lot of trouble. Climbing the ladder, or balancing on the windowsill, holding the measurer in one place while the other person drags it down.
Does it sound like too much unnecessary trouble? Yes, it absolutely does. But here’s a twist, this bilateral laser distance measurer can do the same trick in a fraction of a time. Just place it on the wall, point the laser beams in a vertical position, and that’s it. The distance will be displayed on the device’s small screen.
Wondering how this laser measurer works from a more scientific point of view? The short version is that by shooting two laser lights the measurer also calculates how long it will take for them bounce back. Each pulse of light makes it way back to the sensors placed on the device, therefore letting the measurer know what distance it has tackled.
The measurer is also equipped with several handy features. It can display the measurements on the screen in continuous flow while you move trying to find the midpoint. It can also calculate the area of space or its volume. The measurer is even equipped with big guns, such as Pythagorean Theorem Mode for measuring large lengths.
All in all, science is awesome when applied to day-to-day objects to make our lives easier and this measurer proves that point.