User manual details(A-O)
Polarizen believes in transparency. The following details are based on actual classifications.
A1. Calibration environment: quarter target on wooden book shelf surface 2. Device: Pourrioscope equipped android 6 device 3. Classification method: Pourrioscope placed over and pointing down at center of a quarter dollar target 3. Classification tracking: A 3D elemental map of the target from right to left.
B1. Mapping a solar farm(6 rows of panels east and west, 30 deg of separation of about 10 ft) by pointing device at about 30 ft away from farm target and pointing Pourrioscope to center of target 2. Ponting out the signature for rotten or cracked as shown in row # 2(East)
C1. Natural diamond with hydrogen-filled micro cracks. 2. Hold android device about 2 ft above target at 5-10 degrees angle at a distance of 1-2 feet pointing LED lamp down toward target. 3. Result(right to left): cracks between carbon and diamond filled with hydrogen.
D1. Mapping underground crude oil: Pourrioscope-equipped android device laying face up on level ground 2. Pointing to hydrocarbons signature: nitrogen, carbon & hydrogen.
E1. Falling into space with Pourrioscope 2. Point android device LED lamp toward the sky or a constellation in a tilted manner. 3. As shown in the map from right to left, it's a free fall into space, then Keya constellation followed by North Star & Big Dipper e. 4. With Pourrioscope, if you know the constellation orientation(east, west, north, south), point device in said direction, and find it, you will, then, find the planets, stars etc... it is hosting.
F1. Mapping a native and raw rhodium metal 2. Mapping done about 2 feet and pointing toward target in a beaker at angle of 80 degrees 3. Mapping result showing crystal structure signature for rhodium
G1. Underground crude width and depth. 2. Pourrioscope calculates dimensions in a way it is programmed to do so. 3. Use my equation model and number shape matching for size calculation as shown.