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    I show you what happens when you shine 100,000 lumens on Singularity V3
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  • Action Lab Shorts
    Action Lab Shorts  3 months ago +5758

    Lights wins

    • nobody
      nobody 2 days ago

      yes almost but idiot Near came in.

    • Michael Foye
      Michael Foye 10 days ago

      Says so in the Bible too. Thanks for the confirmation.

    • carl hobeychi
      carl hobeychi 11 days ago

      please make a follow up about the changes of temperature of the pigment under the effect of the flashlight.

    • Brock ._.
      Brock ._. 11 days ago

      @Michael But it’s super big

    • JmKrokY
      JmKrokY 15 days ago

      True

  • Whoandwhy
    Whoandwhy 3 months ago +9894

    Action Lab disturbs his neighbors at 3 AM: the short

  • Firespark ,
    Firespark , 3 months ago +4179

    Ok, but Singularity is actually a really cool name for the blackest material (available to the public).

    • Lars Rademakers
      Lars Rademakers 19 days ago

      ​@Beelzebubbles - Hail Satin! Prince of Shiny Fabrics! Tbf, now ventablack is a very specific kind of black, and not just "reflects 99% so we can call it ventablack" or whatever just to sell it, because shokker, ventablack has been heavily marketet towards

    • chaos
      chaos Month ago

      also awesome for a death metal song, by sanitys fall from sally face game
      it means a lot

    • *Break a Leg*
      *Break a Leg* Month ago

      No for singles

    • Benjamin Rhee
      Benjamin Rhee Month ago

      yeah i think this blackest material (available to the public) is very cool

    • Davus Maximus
      Davus Maximus 2 months ago

      @Beelzebubbles - Hail Satin! Prince of Shiny Fabrics! This is an old myth created by Semple because he's salty. Vantablack is a chemical solution - its not just a paint. Its a hazardous chemical that requires strict adherance to control to apply to a surface. Anish Kapoor was the licensed artist that managed the contract with Surrey Nanosystems in order to help their research and development... The company that makes it actively doesn't want it being spread into a myriad of artist hands and heavily controls who uses their substance because it literally is more than just black paint.
      This myth against the dude needs to die.

  • 3DENYM
    3DENYM 3 months ago +3494

    Action Lab 3022 : *shining 1 billion lumens into real blackhole

    • alan smithee
      alan smithee 18 days ago

      "no stop, you're making it stronger!"

    • Doom juice.
      Doom juice. 25 days ago

      Shining 10000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 lumens into a black hole

    • Gol Acheron
      Gol Acheron 28 days ago

      @Bling Bling don’t say the end will be eternal darkness as if you know.

    • newdoc95
      newdoc95 Month ago

      Awesome

    • Bling Bling
      Bling Bling Month ago

      @TheRealMr.Incredible I'm sure it does. But the End still arrives unapologetically.

  • CashKhan786
    CashKhan786 3 months ago +1518

    that flashlight is brighter than my future

    • MK Rex
      MK Rex 24 days ago

      Which doesn't say much

    • SheepRiderKiller
      SheepRiderKiller Month ago

      wheres the part where your future is the singularity?

    • Art Donovan
      Art Donovan Month ago

      Comment wins!

    • Bruno Martins
      Bruno Martins Month ago +1

      @Tomás Gomes,
      The way he forms the joke is evidence of how brilliant he is.

    • grassperrys [VN]
      grassperrys [VN] 2 months ago

      the flash light is brighter than my head

  • Ryota Firmansyah
    Ryota Firmansyah 2 months ago +162

    "yo I need your flashlight! It's too dark here!"
    "Sure bro, there you go."
    Pulls out Sun*

    • JustRandomGuy
      JustRandomGuy 14 days ago +1

      ​@nogrammer its name is sun

    • a literal person
      a literal person Month ago +1

      @nogrammer sun is his nickname

    • nogrammer
      nogrammer Month ago

      Hey man our star has a name you know :( his name is Sol

  • Fredward V
    Fredward V 3 months ago +463

    I guess we need to get access to the darker black materials. The way he says that makes it sound like the world governments are very concerned about very black substances falling into the wrong hands.

    • Fredward V
      Fredward V 3 days ago

      @SpaceBug yes.

    • SpaceBug
      SpaceBug 17 days ago +1

      Goverment is racist

    • Absolute Absurd
      Absolute Absurd Month ago +1

      into the hands of a sith lord 😲😲

    • afgan nistan
      afgan nistan Month ago

      @Aube i think the darkest color is black from black hole even a star idk how lumens star have but blackhole still black weird gravitational thing

    • Aube
      Aube Month ago +2

      @afgan nistan Someone did it, and yeah a flashlight def can't illuminate vantablack or singularity, but things like 100k lumens you'd need basically 99.9999999% absorption

  • Devon Lockwood
    Devon Lockwood 3 days ago

    What if the black material were not behind glass? Isn't it like a mirror when you have black behind glass?

  • Tushar Shivale
    Tushar Shivale 3 months ago +668

    This is what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object. - 🃏

    • TrailerTrashMade
      TrailerTrashMade Month ago

      So funny

    • SimiNT
      SimiNT Month ago

      @Jacob C i am sorry i said it wrong

    • Jacob C
      Jacob C Month ago

      @SimiNT Ununstoppable object*

    • *Break a Leg*
      *Break a Leg* Month ago

      This sounds vulgar

    • SimiNT
      SimiNT 2 months ago +1

      The unstoppable force just goes trough the immovable object

  • Sanjay S
    Sanjay S 2 months ago +160

    ActionLab shines Torch at Midnight
    Meanwhile his neighbour:
    *Looks out the window.. curses his alarm clock... gets ready and rushes out to work*

    • 480darkshadow
      480darkshadow Month ago +1

      @Alex Robinson thank you for your service

    • Alex Robinson
      Alex Robinson 2 months ago +7

      @Soheil yeah, at a specialty Vet Hospital. Emergency department. I'm 29 but feel at least 40 lol

    • Soheil
      Soheil 2 months ago +2

      @Alex Robinson Whoa, 10 years?

    • Alex Robinson
      Alex Robinson 2 months ago +10

      Me after working nights for 10 years and finally having a day job. It's so fucking confusing with it being light out when I'm awake.

    • Farabi Islam Rishad
      Farabi Islam Rishad 2 months ago +7

      Poor neighbor when he realise that it is still night.

  • frostcrackle
    frostcrackle 2 months ago +2

    I would've loved to see it through an IR lens afterwards! I'm curious as to how much energy it absorbed

  • Duffin Rex
    Duffin Rex Month ago +4

    "Where there is light, there will always be shadow."
    "Unless my light is BRIGHT ENOUGH!"

  • Страшненький

    Have you tried measuring singularity's temperature before and after? I wonder if it changes noticeably...

  • ftroop2000
    ftroop2000 3 days ago

    Duracel - "We want no part in this flashlight".

  • byaz_AZ
    byaz_AZ 2 months ago +22

    His neighbor's: HONEY, THAT GUY IS MAKING A SUN AGAIN

  • dlbm industries
    dlbm industries 4 days ago

    Фонарь,сцк,ярче чем все мои воспоминания (:

  • Cooper Sander
    Cooper Sander 2 months ago

    Could you use a lense to focus all the light into 1 beam and see how powerful that is?

  • Muffin Bunches
    Muffin Bunches 3 months ago +2

    Can you do a video comparing a normal flashlight vs a 10,000Lux light? I’m curious as to the difference

  • Burnt Steak
    Burnt Steak 3 months ago +57

    Oh man. That's once in a while where I get flashbanged in Shorts.

    • Tapis T
      Tapis T 2 months ago

      Ahh I forgot to turn back yet again!

    • neosapiens
      neosapiens 2 months ago +1

      Must be crotchless shorts.....

    • T G
      T G 3 months ago +1

      Chucklenuts didn't think fast

  • Lamuzzo
    Lamuzzo 2 months ago +6

    Wow... singularity is brighter than my life.

  • Cyrus Lee
    Cyrus Lee 2 months ago

    You know it’s powerful when there’s a cooling fan built into it.

  • Tapis T
    Tapis T 2 months ago

    I feel like the black is almost perfect, it's just the surroundings' reflection rate too high that the brightness overwhelmed the sensor chip. Cameras do have cap contrast ratios.

  • Foxheim Studos
    Foxheim Studos 2 months ago +74

    “That damn scientist is at it again!”
    -the entire neighborhood.

  • Miistification
    Miistification 3 months ago +9

    Genuinely read this as “Singularity vs 100,000 Lemons”. I was wondering when the citrus was going to come into play the entire video.

    • Ryan Bissonnette
      Ryan Bissonnette Month ago

      you can see the neighbors' lemons through their windows

  • Drake Crépe
    Drake Crépe 4 days ago

    “As you can see” no I in fact cannot see

  • Shizu -chan
    Shizu -chan 2 months ago +2

    It felt like he revealed the secrets of the universe when he switched that flashlight on

  • Reavenk
    Reavenk 3 months ago +6

    There's probably also a little bit of scattering through the camera lenses to create glare, which turns into a lot of light bleed because of how much light there is.

    • nogrammer
      nogrammer Month ago

      @G E I think he did this exact thing before but with with vanta black. It actually showed properly but he used a way less intense flashlight. It was surreal to see.

    • G E
      G E 2 months ago

      thats exactly what it looks like. you can see the black surface, but the glare around it expands to the point you cant see it. so thats not the same as the black surface reflecting light. It still seems to be perfectly black, its just everything is so blown out it doesn't show on the camera. this test needs to be done outside so theres not so much light bounce.

  • pls don't ban me again you libtards

    id be curious to see this flashlight tested. I wonder if it would even get close to 100k.

  • Djingis Khan
    Djingis Khan 2 months ago

    I would say that in order to be fair to Singularity you would need to have a piece of it that was big enough to encompass the whole lightbeam from the flashlight. When you have the light bouncing from your white table it around Singularity you create light pollution which can make it seem like the material absorbs less light then it actually does. Just a tip and a intressting video idea. :)

  • Seth V
    Seth V 2 months ago

    That just shows guys that with enough light you can always outshine the darkness - a superhero, probably

  • Power In Knowledge
    Power In Knowledge Month ago

    Wouldn’t this singularity stuff be extreme useful for solar panels or maybe they are already or it’s too expensive to mass produce.

  • Secetion
    Secetion 2 months ago

    Just imagine when you feel something is in front of you and you used the brightest flash light to blind the monster

  • APS۔CAFE
    APS۔CAFE 2 months ago

    Amazing concept 💕 wonderful information thanks

  • Макс Огн.

    I thought it will burn.

  • SpaceMace
    SpaceMace 2 months ago

    Do again in a vacuum! I'm curious if the light diffusion in the air is a majority of it.

  • No Accuracy
    No Accuracy 2 months ago

    Love these videos, never stop

  • Andy M
    Andy M 2 months ago

    I wonder how much is actually being reflected from Singularity and how much is from the particles in the air.

  • whyueatsalad
    whyueatsalad 2 days ago

    there's a hope to destroy blackhole

  • Aeikon Devleon
    Aeikon Devleon 2 months ago

    How fast does that material increase in temperature, under that light?

  • Brejy
    Brejy 2 months ago +1

    I see myself whenever he pulls out the "singularity". I expect to see nothingness but all I see is myself

  • Qui9
    Qui9 2 months ago

    That's crazy! But how can paper, a smooth area, heat up enough to smoke, yet the individual LED wafers, which cover a much smaller area, aren't roasting? They must be hella heatsunk well, with that fan too I guess.

  • DandandanTV
    DandandanTV 2 months ago

    It’s strange, but I didn’t truly understand the way light works until I started working with simulations and 3-D modeling.

  • Eric Brandt
    Eric Brandt 2 months ago +1

    Crazy. People driving behind me at night always have two of these.

  • facts don't care about your feelings nor do I

    "The light shines in the darkness and the darkness comprehendeth it not"
    Well the word never lied...

  • bela1969
    bela1969 2 months ago

    Brighter than bright !
    Fantastic 😮
    Thanx for showing it 👌🏼🤗

  • Zedd Wulfen
    Zedd Wulfen 3 months ago +17

    LOL I'm sure your neighbors LOVED you using that light...

  • kieferonline
    kieferonline 3 months ago

    Great video! The only thing that could top this one is "Unstoppable force meets immovable object."

  • 🌽bhutta🌽
    🌽bhutta🌽 3 months ago +1

    Still wondering if the heat energy produced by this flashlight 😧

  • Aura
    Aura 2 months ago +2

    "The darkest material available to the public"
    "Hold up, wait a minute"

    • Kazz
      Kazz 2 months ago +1

      So a government probably has something that's darker

  • Roman Rodák
    Roman Rodák 2 months ago

    you should do that in vacuum to be sure that the brightness isn't coming from tiny dust particles in the air

  • Nicolay Morkovin
    Nicolay Morkovin 2 months ago +1

    Finally, not a carbon coating from a burning candle. THANK YOU.

  • Shelby B
    Shelby B 2 months ago

    No I'm actually very certain that's the exact brightness of the headlights on those ridiculously lifted trucks.

  • bastiiteam9
    bastiiteam9 2 months ago

    Video Idea with your Flashlight:
    Bild a small enclosure for the Flashlight thats pure black on the inside. Film from different perspectives and catch the moment and kind the light will be passing through the encolsure as it burns down.
    The enclosure should be out of normal black paper and you should somehow protect your flashlight and probably make sure that no light will be escaping until it burns :D

  • im a time traveler
    im a time traveler 3 months ago +1

    I learn a lot from you. Thanks 😅👍

  • Tosh
    Tosh 3 months ago +13

    Singularity is a brilliant name for that thing.

  • MG Phopla
    MG Phopla 2 months ago

    Would love to see it vs the sunlight...🤔

  • 88cameras
    88cameras 2 months ago +1

    Wow. What a bright idea. 💡

  • nadepp
    nadepp 2 months ago

    can you tell the temperature of the black paint after flashing it with lamp torch?

  • The Rest Of Us
    The Rest Of Us Month ago +2

    “So what happens when I shine a million lumens at my neighbors’ windows at night”

  • AtotehZ
    AtotehZ 2 months ago

    The thing with light vs surface is that it'll dim as you get a darker material. Singularity simply isn't dark enough. Today there are materials that are more than 2000 times darker than Singularity, but they aren't easy to get your hands on.

  • JustRandomGuy
    JustRandomGuy 14 days ago +1

    If he was ever able to shine that light into real singularity, singularity would win because it will just absorb it

  • Hammer
    Hammer 2 months ago +10

    Every ghost hunter on youtube needs one of these.

    • Devon Lockwood
      Devon Lockwood 3 days ago +1

      @HammerSter0 that's exactly what I was thinking. Try to hide from that light ghosts!

  • Robby Genschel
    Robby Genschel 2 months ago

    This is the reason why doing more damage in video games is almost always better than only leveling defense. At some point you'll just get overpowered

  • True Draven Main
    True Draven Main 2 months ago

    I actually think that this experiment has a flaw. Since the flashlight also shined on the white table next to singularity so the table reflected so much light that it looked like the light overpowered it

  • Octobers Very Own
    Octobers Very Own 2 months ago +13

    “look at my neighbors reaction when i shine it directly in their bedroom at 2 am”

    • Mechachu
      Mechachu 18 days ago

      I heard it in his voice 🤣

  • Sauce ///M3
    Sauce ///M3 2 months ago

    I don’t believe that’s actually 100k lumens, that would pull about 1000w and I doubt you can make a voltage regulator that small handle that

  • ajay ramani
    ajay ramani 3 months ago

    Does distometer works on these type of surface condition?

  • ryuail
    ryuail 2 months ago

    Could the flashlight's beam be focused to just the circumference of the singularity? Seems like there is a lot of incidental light in the shot.

  • lris
    lris 2 months ago +7

    "That ain't the blackest object I've ever seen" - 👴🏻

    • G Tjj
      G Tjj 2 months ago +1

      🧑🏼 -"I hate N"

  • SneakySnek
    SneakySnek 2 months ago

    You know the flashlight means serious business when it has a fan.

  • Yeniel Suarez
    Yeniel Suarez 2 months ago

    This is the science equivalent to an un breakable object vs an unstoppable weapon

  • Glyceros Fournaris
    Glyceros Fournaris 2 months ago

    So can you explain one thing please.
    You say that when you shine it towards a black paper it start smoking because it is absorbing all the light.
    The when you shine ot towards the "singularity" you say it is overpowering it because it reflects the light?!
    Isn't it because the singularity you have can absorb a certain amount of light and after that max limit point it actually becomes brighter hence starts to reflect light?!

  • Odin
    Odin 2 months ago +2

    So the light beats the dark. This is actually pretty uplifting lol

  • Chris Perell
    Chris Perell 2 months ago

    Me and my friends have these exact flashlights. In case you didn’t know, in Florida, it is legal to shoot iguanas. And on hot nights, they sleep in trees. Because they think they cannot be seen. But these flash lights, caused them to glow bright green, almost like a neon sign. So it is like shooting fish in a barrel. So much fun. For your first gun to shoot these little bastards, I would suggest a Gammo break barrel. .22

  • Strangely Familiar
    Strangely Familiar 2 months ago

    Is the flashight available to the public (and what is it called)?
    Thanks.

  • Jake Slaughter
    Jake Slaughter 2 months ago

    As someone that drives a patrol car, that makes a police spotlight look like a wet match.

  • Empathy Tobacco
    Empathy Tobacco 2 months ago

    Damn, that flashlight can even brighten my future

  • Middle School Farmer
    Middle School Farmer 2 months ago

    Now I wanna figure out a way to hook them to my car headlights so that when I flip my brights on they come on. If only I had wiring skills then I could prolly do it

  • Tangent Fox
    Tangent Fox 2 months ago

    I mean, the usage of such a diffuse light with such a small patch of material really ruins the effect. Glare just hides what's actually going on, and makes it look like the black square vanished. If this was done better, it would be far more impressive as it shows just how much light is being absorbed before a noticeable reflection occurs.. this video just shows everything AROUND the material reflecting.

  • Theo Naicker
    Theo Naicker Month ago

    This is not a flashlight, this is the unmatched power of the sun

  • M3RKv3l0c1ty
    M3RKv3l0c1ty 2 months ago

    That flashlight looks sick as hell where do i get one

  • scrap steel
    scrap steel 2 months ago

    Action lab in ten years: "I never thought I'd witness a resonance cascade... let alone CREATE one.."

  • señor pepper
    señor pepper 2 months ago

    How powerful does a light need to be to be able to do shadow puppets on the full moon?

  • Jerry
    Jerry 2 months ago

    Amazing how light can win against even the blackest material but loses against a hole

  • SUBHAM SAHA
    SUBHAM SAHA 3 months ago +51

    Ghost in movies be like: aight, imma head out

  • Hadi
    Hadi 2 months ago

    awesome channel and the shorts are just 2h of physics/chemistry class

  • nana
    nana 24 days ago

    Id like to see a magnifying glass attached to this

  • asdfghyter
    asdfghyter 2 months ago

    Didn’t you have a material that was even darker: A box with a hole in it? Or does this overpower that too?

  • Doomakarn
    Doomakarn 2 months ago

    Finally, empirical evidence that light overpowers dark.

  • Manny Balls
    Manny Balls 3 months ago +39

    “So you can see that
    Me-“I can’t see shit!”

  • The Car knowledge Lab
    The Car knowledge Lab 17 days ago

    So let see what happens if the singularity has a mass of an small star with containing the same dimensions. I guess it’ll be dark magic.

  • emolasher
    emolasher 2 months ago

    I'd have suspended just the non reflective black portion by a black string. Then on a dark night shine the light at it slightly angled up into the sky. Would reduce other sources of light

  • lilly imaginator
    lilly imaginator 11 days ago

    It’s official: light is stronger than darkness

  • Niemand525
    Niemand525 2 months ago

    Damn, that flashlight is really bright, almost as bright as discord light mode

  • Swuckzy
    Swuckzy 2 months ago +9

    i thought the singularity would blow up for some reason

  • Đ¡məņ§iøńªł
    Đ¡məņ§iøńªł 2 months ago

    Do you think that the plastic that was holding the black paint could have something to do with the light not being absorbed as much because it's reflecting off of the plastic?

  • KiraAsakura14
    KiraAsakura14 3 months ago

    So light overpowers darkness, huh?
    Poetic.

  • Karan Bhargava
    Karan Bhargava Month ago

    Your power is light absorption, not nullification. So there must be a limit to it.

  • Eye5x5
    Eye5x5 2 months ago

    It's cool since the paint is called singularity and the way the light outshines it looks similar to a black hole's event horizon outshining the black hole even though even light can't escape a black hole.

  • Zeb Fross
    Zeb Fross 3 months ago +139

    Why did I squint my eyes watching this?