[Homeroast] Definitions and Agtron > hazmat blends of *$
Ryan M. Ward
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Mon Mar 8 19:13:06 CST 2010
Ocean optics manufactures low cost photo-spectrometers, I wonder if they have something that would be of use.
Hmmmm.... I wonder if I could sneak some coffee beans into the Solid state physics lab and run them through the mass spectrometer....
Evil thoughts of science!!
Did I mention that I religiously watched Bill Nye the Science Guy and Beakman's World as a kid?
Ryan M. Ward
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> Date: Mon, 8 Mar 2010 16:36:30 -0800
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> Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Definitions and Agtron > hazmat blends of *$
> I just still can't believe there is not a simple optical scanner
> system that could be used on coffee. For graphic designers there is a
> vast array of cheap devices to analyze color. I am sure surface
> texture and reflectance is an issue. But how hard can it be? I think
> there should be a $150 scanner that would work on coffee.
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