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*{{NewJun17}}'''June 2017: Reciprocal optical testing''' - Earthboundtech conducted their reciprocal optical testing on the [[Hypar Solar Cooker]] and [[Parvati Solar Cooker]] in April 2017, and used comparative data from a [[CooKit]] analysis done in 2014. The Hyper solar cooker reflector utilizes a combination of a conical outer ring with a [[Parabolic solar cooker designs|parabolic]] inner dish. This allows for more diffuse solar energy directed at the cookpot, while still having some concentration that a parabolic reflector can provide. More information on reciprocal optical testing procedures and results can be found on their website at http://www.earthboundtech.com/optical-test.
 
*{{NewJun17}}'''June 2017: Reciprocal optical testing''' - Earthboundtech conducted their reciprocal optical testing on the [[Hypar Solar Cooker]] and [[Parvati Solar Cooker]] in April 2017, and used comparative data from a [[CooKit]] analysis done in 2014. The Hyper solar cooker reflector utilizes a combination of a conical outer ring with a [[Parabolic solar cooker designs|parabolic]] inner dish. This allows for more diffuse solar energy directed at the cookpot, while still having some concentration that a parabolic reflector can provide. More information on reciprocal optical testing procedures and results can be found on their website at http://www.earthboundtech.com/optical-test.
   
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