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||Laser F/X performing a scanned beam effect at the Sideshow rave in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The system is use is a 4 watt argon laser with a 6 position beam table, 2 grating positions and a scan set with PCAOM colour control driven by X29 FullAuto software.
Photo by Julez [info<at>LaserFX<dot>com]
||Made outside a small
town, Nybro, in Sweden. The year was 1989 and I used one Spectra 168
krypton laser with three projectors, one for each colour. I made it
in a forest, far away from people. The projection was made on a net
hanging between trees.
Photo by Jan Kriland - email@example.com
|Three images from the
"Chronology" show. This laser show was created by
LOBO of Germany to celebrate the turn of the millennium. It
takes the viewer on a journey from the dawn of history, through the
primitive and middle ages, to the modern age of space flight in about
Photos by LOBO - firstname.lastname@example.org
||This image was created by
Paul Rosenberg of CTA lasers. Paul Writes "There was a
high fog bank mixed with 500-1,000 foot ceiling clouds passing over
San Francisco which made a perfect projection screen. This event,
was for the American Airlines Celebrity Ski Classic with stars such
as Kenny G, Michael Bolton and Carole King skiing to raise money for
charity. The laser was a Pythan by Cambridge Laser Labs, at least 10
watts, probably more, and I used X29, with an X-Y-I set of Selwyn
Lissack's new pd500 optical feedback scanners."
Photo by Paul Rosenberg - email@example.com
||This analog pattern
was generated using both Pangolin's abstract generator and my own
high-speed image rotation and blanking circuit. I used a Coherent
purelight with prismatic coloring modulated through a Cambridge
Technology scanner pair tuned at 40,000 points per second. I found
that when using prismatic coloring, it doesn't hurt to place a
couple of rotary solenoids in the color path so when actuated, they
filter out any unwanted colors (in this case, all green
Photo by Ted Smith, Lasersmith Light Show
with lasers. The top image shows multiple laser
systems in use at the Ascension 2000 rave in Edmonton which featured
Paul Oakenfold. An argon laser system is rear projecting an
animation of a rabbit dancing onto a scrim, while the beam from a
copper vapour laser (bright green) moves above the dancers.
The Bottom image was shot from a corner of the stage and shows a fan
of beams from the 5 watt Copper Vapour laser projecting out
over the dancing crowd (note how visible the beams are despite the
high light levels in the venue).
Photo by L. Michael Roberts -
||The photo shows laser
beams shining onto cheerleaders from Dr. Phillips High School
("Home of the Panthers") in Orlando and was created by
Patrick Murphy as a "booster" photo for the cheerleading
team. Patrick writes, "The cheerleaders were very
professional. They were able to keep consistent smiles and poses in
each shot, as if they had modeling experience. It was sometimes hard
to tell one shot from another, the poses were so consistent.
The photos were taken with a Kodak DC290 2-megapixel digital
camera. There was little retouching done to the photos.
The lasers actually looked like this in real life, although of
course no photo can fully capture the dazzling, 3D quality of laser
beam sculptures like these. Thanks to Lighting Systems Design
Inc. of Orlando, where the shoot took place in July 2000. Also,
thanks to Doug McCullough who helped art direct the shoot."
to see the original large images)
Photo by Patrick Murphy - firstname.lastname@example.org
||The photo was the ad for
a dance production called "Out Of The Blue" which we put
on together with the Tnuatron Dance Group. It featured only
lasers and dancers. It premiered in The Israel Festival of
1998. Choreography by Dorit Shimron. We used an Argon which
was mounted high and projected fans, tunnels, etc., towards the
stage and a small-frame whitelight for graphics. Both systems
ran on Pangolin. The show was also on Israeli TV twice as well.
Photo by Yoram Goldhammer - email@example.com
||Berlin Millennium show
New Years Eve 1999/2000. Created by LOBO under difficult
circumstances that required no interference with the Brandenburg
Gate which is a national monument and was the backdrop of the
show. Alex writes "Basically we were using a central 57
Watts whitelight system basing on our Laser Truck principle plus two
lateral satellite systems with 5.5 Watts white light for some
special effects. For the projection, we made use of a central
rectangular Water Screen with a size of 20x12 meters. The water was
heated to avoid freezing."
Photo by LOBO - firstname.lastname@example.org
||Second Annual World Space Party "Yuri's Night 2002". This was a world wide party held in
121 locations scattered throughout 45 nations on 7 continents and was webcast live. We used a 2.5 Watt Yag (Laser
Power/Melles Griot) Mobolazer "Big G" beam projector with a
Mobolazer GFX graphics system containing Cambridge XYZ 6210's, and the famous Machida Grating mixed in with Pangolin Graphics. This photo shows the party that was held at the Museum of Flying Art in Santa Monica, CA, USA.
Photo courtesy of: Adrian (Aj) Moussa -
|Spectre Lasers produced
these beam effects as part of a show at one of Malta's largest annual outdoor techno parties. It featured several top names such as Carl Cox, Dave Clarke and Billy Moore. The laser
was an ALC 909 6 watt argon scanning beams from over the
DJ stand. The "parallel ray" effect in the
bottom picture was obtained by using a wide angle lens from a few
meters to the front of the laser source.
Photo by Alex Magri -
Torgeson, Senior Designer at
Laser Fantasy International, accented Nintendos booth at the 2002 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) show with laser graphics from an Infinity YAG 1000 Laser System. The portable 3 watt I-1000 was used to enhance Nintendo's unveiling of their latest products. LFI projected animations of the GameCube and GameBoy Advance as well as imagery of Mario, Pokemon and Donkey Kong in the 8 minute show loop.
Photo courtesy of
Laser Fantasy International - email@example.com
writes "These are pictures of my second successful laser projector, built for a
party a couple years ago. Two G124 scanners were used with a 100 mW DPSS
laser and electronic blanking, and a home-built analog pattern generator.
For most of the shots, the pattern was generated by driving two bandpass
filters with a square wave (one for x and the other for y) and then
feeding the result into an arbitrary rotation circuit running at audio
frequencies. The projection was made onto a scrim suspended inside a 10
meter geodesic dome made out of aluminum electrical conduit and black
plastic, with blue LED's at each vertex.
Photos by Timothy Jones - firstname.lastname@example.org
of Laser Attraction in the UK provided these
pictures. He writes:
Upper - This is a picture that we took at a rave we did October
2002 in London, UK using 3 DPSS lasers.
Lower - This picture was taken at another rave that we did March
2003 in Nottingham using 2 DPSS lasers and an Argon
Photos by Peter Ranson - PRanson@AlternativeNetworks.com
Laser Demo room beam shows - Heshan, China.
These photos are are various parts of a beam show in
the demonstration room of Neo Neon, a major
manufacturer of lighting and laser systems in
China. There are 16 projectors, some DPSS green
only and others are full colour DPSS systems, used in
the show - all controlled by a Pangolin system.
Photo by Neo Yang
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