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The original purpose of laser pointers was to provide a convenient way for speakers and lecturers to draw attention to the chalkboard or the screen. However, with the decreasing prices of these items, it has become more and more of a common sight because people mainly purchase it to play with it.

Yellow light belongs to the wavelengths of light that is at 589nm to 594nm. Yellow light, or amber, has proven to be elusive for early manufacturers, who wanted to harness this amazing color into a portable device. The yellow laser beam dream got a breath of fresh air with the advent of DPSS technology, which allowed for the development of miniature lasers operating on multiple spectrums. IR laser diodes were pumped into optical and crystal arrays in order to have a wider range of spectral laser light. DPSS green lasers were developed and popularized by this technology, and yellow laser lights are following suit.

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Yellow pointers hit the market around five years ago. New technology and innovations have enabled yellow lasing techniques to be manufactured into portable laser devices that were the precursor of yellow laser pointers. Amber light and yellow light lasers can now be purchased by gadget-lovers and laser enthusiasts at a lower price as compared before. DPSS lasers and laser pointer technology have provided the laser industry with a piece of the sun, so to speak. The 593nm yellow wavelength has proven to be hard to manufacture, let alone harness, and it is now enjoying the effects of its coming out. Yellow laser pointers remain popular for enthusiasts and manufacturers who want to develop their laser collection by adding more spectrums.

The development of yellow light lasing techniques has been a welcome innovation in the laser industry. Some might even go so far as to call it a milestone in the history of laser technology. Because of innovation and research that makes the manufacture of yellow light lasers easy, they have been introduced to the market in large quantities and have remained popular even five years after they were introduced. Recent developments in laser technology saw the development of the green laser diode, the first of its kind all over the world. Soon, yellow lasers need not depend on MCA/MOA configurations as they adapt to new technologies. Lasers manufactured by DPSS technology will give way to lasers with solid-state diodes to increase its output, stability, and expected lifetime. Yellow light lasers may still not be as popular as keychain lasers, but it's getting there pretty quickly.

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