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I got mine last week too, and have played with it a bit. As they very 
much emphasize in their instructions, you have to keep your eyes at 90 
deg. to the prism. Like any tool, it takes practice ;-)

Pam



On 12/12/2013 9:50 AM, Britt Griswold wrote:
> Amy,
>
> I picked up one of these in the original Kickstarter campaign it cam 
> about a week ago!  I just played with it a little so far. You 
> definitely have to keep still when using it or the image does move 
> around. Probably best to stat with a reference target point and always 
> check that it is still aligned before adding more to the image.
>
> This might be woth a blog entry since lots of people are interested. 
> If they want to go to the GNSI blog entry on the Amazon donation page 
> for GNSI and start from there, that will put a small donation in the 
> GNSI coffers.
>
> http://www.gnsi.org/blog/donate-gnsi-buy-amazon
>
> Britt
>
> On 12/11/13 9:10 PM, Amy J. Gagnon wrote:
>> Hi Britt,
>> I just saw your post about shopping for GNSI on Amazon.  I just 
>> posted that the Neolucida has just
>> been released.  Maybe the two ideas could be put together?  Get a 
>> NeoLucida and support GNSI?
>> Pablo Garcia (one of the inventors) was scheduled to come to the 
>> conference- I was so sad when he
>> cancelled!  Anyway, maybe GNSI isn't allowed to advertise/endorse 
>> particular products.  I just
>> thought I'd pass that idea on!
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Amy
>>
>>
>>     Just use Amazon's SMILE subdomain when entering the store (use 
>> the link below). The GNSi will
>>     get 0.5% of your purchase as a donation from Amazon. This applies 
>> to USA sales only.
>>
>>     http://smile.amazon.com/ch/52-1119634
>>
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