I understand how light is supposed to work with a hyperbola and the light at it's focus. With that being said, a halogen isn't at the focus of the light housing either. A halogen actually sits a little farther away from the focus like this led. The reason you do that is because if the lights were at the focus exactly you would have a beam of light rather than a scattering of light. You need scattered light to light up in multiple directions to give a good viewing angle. But you don't want it so scattered that there isn't much clarity downstream of the light. So a happy medium is what we are looking for.
Last night's results: first off no pictures, I'll get some tonight. I initially thought the bulb was shitty. But as it turns out my alignment was all off because I'm half retarded and didn't aim it right when I left last night. After I fixed the vertical alignment, the LED bulb put out very clear light. It should be noted that the light it put out was white, in contrast to the halogens "yellowish" color. The brights project very far, there is just a but of adjustment I need to fine tune to get the best results. I'll show you guys what I mean when it gets dark tonight. You'll probably see those pictures tomorrow.
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