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Laser Systems and Laser Show by Laserworld

Laserworld is a world leader in the field of manufacturing and distribution of show laser light systems. The product portfolio ranges from small, entry level laser light systems (effect lasers, club lasers, party lasers) up to high end professional lasers. Every product and product series targets a certain customer group, so the laser systems in the Laserworld product portfolio complement each other, which results in heterogeneous customer groups: musical equipment retail stores, music stores as well as nightclubs, amusement parks, rental and production companies are just a small extract of them.
Laserworld runs an online store for show laser light systems on sale. It is possible to buy laser light systems directly there or purchase them at one of our countless distribution partners. Commercial customers are encouraged to register as dealer.It does not always make sense to buy, but to rent laser show systems. Laserworld holds a large stock of laser systems for rent.. The rental laser systems are available for worldwide shipping and can also be rented together with professional laser operators. We only rent out high professional laser show equipment, mainly built by RTI. So products of the PIKO, NANO and NEO Series are available. And of course we offer Showcontroller, Pangolin and Lasergraph DSP laser show control systems for rent as well.
Laserworld holds larger stock of RGB white light laser systems with 10W and more. The online rental price list helps in selecting the right laser for rental and helps to calculate the rental price. It is also possible to select laser accessories for rent, such as haze machines, smoke machines or MIDI controllers.Long year experience of show partners and many references from past laser show and multimedia show projects where lasers manufactured by the Laserworld Group came into action, make us the right partner for any type of laser show production or laser show project. No matter if it’s a fixed installation of laser systems or multi-media projections, or if it’s a temporary show: Our experts help in laser show planning, design, on-site implementation and laser show production. We offer turn-key multimedia show solutions as well as Laser Show productions in part or embedded to other show productions, like it happens at big stage shows, festivals or concerts. Time-coded, pre-synchronized shows can be done as well as live laser shows: We have experts for both types, they can handle even extremely complex synchronization scenarios.
It is also possible to do small-scale laser shows for little money: Just tell us about your plans for your laser show and we help you in specifying a show that meets the show budget.Many references of laser shows and multi-media shows where laser systems manufactured by the Laserworld group came into action accumulated over the past years, so we documented them in pictures and videos in our portfolio section. Of course, these references only show a small part of the laser shows and multi-media shows our partners have done throughout the years, as many of our customers did not want us to show their project in our references – mainly as these were commercial laser applications or corporate laser shows, which were not meant to be publicly shown. Nevertheless we prepared a good number of references, and we keep on adding more.
The partners of the Laserworld Group did laser shows and multi-media projects at many different occasions and for many different applications. Most common places laser shows are displayed at nightclubs, festivals, amusement parks and at corporate shows. Also many famous artists and musicians rely on laser show and multimedia support for their stage shows. Besides that, lasers were used at weddings, for product presentations or for architecture and mapping.

Laser light show & Laser show light
– Kvant Lasers, s.r.o.

Laser show lights & Laser light show equipment

What is sometimes referred to as laser show light or lights is what professionals would call a laser display projector or system. The laser show lights emit a laser beam or beams in visible spectrum of light and usually work with the beam in some sort of way.

You may wonder what laser light show equipment is needed for an outdoor laser show, what’s the price of laser light equipment for home entertainment and what it would cost you if you went for something truly professional such as Kvant laser light projector. Let us explain some basics here.

What is laser light show equipment?

All the typical equipment used for performing laser show lights can be divided into 5 major groups:

Laser show lights / display systems (laser light show projectors) – devices that were purposefully designed and manufactured to project moving (scanned) laser beams and/or aerial laser light effects and/or laser light graphics such as text, logos and animations.

Although you can buy laser light “toys” from as little as few euros, the prices of professional level indoor & outdoor laser light projectors are relatively still quite high. Here is important to know, that what’s most expensive, doesn’t have to be necessarily the best.
 

Large outdoor laser show display done with high power laser show projectors

Laser beamers / beam bars / static beams – these can’t be called laser light show projectors as such, because their main and very often the only purpose, is to emit a single static (non-moving) laser beam or beams (sometimes from several outputs at the same time). These laser show lights are often fitted with some additional effects such as diffraction gratings. Some of the effects can make the laser beam moving and/or alter its appearance in some way. But because these movements and effects are not created by scanners, they are not scanned effects as such and therefore these laser show lights don’t belong into laser light show projector category.

There’s hundreds, if not thousands of all kinds of laser show lights available on the market and many may be sufficient for a small private parties, home celebrations and discotheques. However, these days only very few manufacturers produce quality laser show light projectors, that are suitable for professional use at concerts, tours, TV shows and other public events.

Although some far east manufacturers have done quite well in the last few years, when it comes to reverse engineering development, even the best ones are still quite behind the top European manufacturers when the quality of laser beams, control systems, scanners and functional safety features (which by the way are critically important) is considered.

Laser display control systems – these are usually supplied in a package that includes an interface and compatible laser control software and allows the data exchange (communication) between a control computer and laser show projector.
The latest trend in Laser Display Industry seem to be the control interface built into the laser projector itself, which helps to eliminate the usage of heavy ILDA cables that would normally run between the control interface and laser projector.
 

Hazers & Smoke generators – haze & smoke (as well as natural mist, fog, rain, dust and snow) are all perfect for laser show lights as they allow us humans to actually see the laser light. The laser light reflects off the particles of these elements and that is the only reason why we can see lasers. Without them – for example in vacuum, we wouldn’t be able to see the lasers at all.
In most situations it’s better to use hazers than fog machines, because they create lighter and finer haze with longer dispersion times.
The fog from foggers tend to be quite thick and heavy, falls down faster and usually leaves a sticky and slippery residue on virtually everything around – including sensitive laser show equipment.

Laser light projection “screens”

If the goal of a laser light show is to display some laser graphic images, text or animations, some sort of projection surface that we project onto or into becomes a necessary component of the projection. And where most of times the projection surface will be a wall of some sort, sometimes more fancy projection medium will suite the situation better.
 

Laser show light projecting into a water screen

The laser projections can be done onto (or through) a near-invisible gauze, a rear projection screen, holographic foil and maybe even some phosphor-like glowing textile material. But also into a water screen, fog screen, heavy rain and dense fog or snowfall.

Each display medium will offer something special and unique and opens tons of possibilities for experimenting.

We need to further divide all the above mentioned equipment according to where, what for and by whom the equipment is used. But that’s up to every laser light show performer to evaluate what equipment is the best for what they need to achieve.
A mobile DJ that works mainly in smaller indoor spaces for crowds of a couple hundred people at most, will probably want to use a different kind of laser light show equipment than a lighting professional that goes on European tour with famous band, performing outdoor displays for thousands of spectators.

Outdoor vs Indoor laser light show equipment

For large public outdoor shows all the laser display equipment must be professional grade stuff with all safety features present and functional, more rigged, ideally weather proof or at least water resistant. Not only the laser equipment needs to be tough, but also all the electrical and signal cabling have to be strong enough and certified for use outdoors.

In regards to laser projectors there’s one basic rule that will apply to most outdoor situations that require aerial laser effects: more quality laser power is better!
From this point of view our Spectrum systems are ideal for these types of projects and our current (2019) flagship system LD Spectrum 33 RGBY would be an ultimate winner.

The laser control system must be reliable and mastered by the programmer and operator, no matter if for indoor or outdoor laser show display.
The best way of controlling lasers professionally for both, large scale outdoor and indoor events, would be the native control from lighting consoles via DMX or ArtNet. All the Kvant systems can be controlled via DMX, ArtNET or both (as well as via network) and their profile personalities for all major lighting consoles can be found on lighting console manufacturers’ websites.

Hazers for outdoor laser light shows are rather big and chunky machines that are usually gas powered. Although it’s virtually impossible to predict an exact wind conditions, hence efficiency of hazers for the time of event, some sort of an artificial haze or smoke should always be provided, to support the visibility of lasers as much as possible.

The best projection “screen” for outdoors would be a cloud of heavy snowfall, but we appreciate this is not always achievable or something that can be planned and managed by humans. An installation of a large water-screen on lake or river is something that can be done and will provide an event with a huge and cool laser or video display area.

Home Entertainment vs Professional laser show lights

No one want’s to get hot & hurt with lasers which are hazardous and can cause the permanent blindness if they are not properly working or operated correctly.
When you use lasers at home and entertain yourself, family and friends, that’s your own thing. And although we strongly suggest to use a professional equipment and strictly follow all the laser safety regulations, no one can force you to do so.
 

Professional laser light show at public event. The laser safety first !!!

But performing for general public is something completely different and using anything else than professional grade laser show lights, that are reliable and contain all safety features required by law, could put you in a very serious and life-changing situation just like that!

The most important differences between non-professional and professional laser show lights are not the price, size or weight of the equipment. It’s the reliability, presence of functional laser safety features and quality of the final projection.

A Complete Guide to Laser Shows

 

 

 

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       This document was originally developed by
Audio Visual
Imagineering
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       a founding member of
ILDA, and is reprinted with permission. 

        
Original version 2002, Audio Visual Imagineering Inc. All rights
reserved. Used by permission.
         ILDA version  2006-2007,
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Table of contents

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Using lasers at events

What lasers can do

Laser show choices

Producing laser graphics
    

How laser graphics work
    

Laser graphics are not TV
    

Turning your artwork into laser graphics

Laser colors

Laser powers and visibility

Utility requirements

Other requirements

ILDA membership

Special laser uses

Lasers and 3D

Laser safety
    

International regulations
     U.S. national regulations
    

State and local regulations
    

Fire watch not required 
    

Audience scanning
    

Aircraft safety

What to look for in a laser show company

How to find the right lasers for your event



 


A
Complete Guide to Laser Shows  

 

asers are the most powerful
light source on earth. With their thin shafts of light and rainbow-pure
colors, Star Wars-style laser beams are a dazzling cross between
theatrical lighting and fireworks. Another technique, animated laser
graphics, communicates exciting messages using a medium more
eye-catching than conventional slides or video.

The unique features of lasers
help put the spectacle in spectaculars, and the special in special
events. This document will help event producers understand the benefits
and requirements of laser displays.

 

Lasers can be used at a variety
of indoor and outdoor events, including:

 

Indoor

aCorporate shows
aOpenings, such as player introductions at basketball and hockey games
aThemed parties
aParties held in planetariums
aBeacons and displays in trade shows

 

Outdoor

aMajor special events such as the
Super Bowl or Olympics
aPremieres, grand openings, launch parties
aLaser searchlight
 

 

 

There are many creative ways
lasers can be used in a production. Most of these uses fall into the two
broad categories of seeing beams in mid-air, and seeing graphics on a
surface.

 

  • With
    beams
    ,
    the audience sees structures in mid-air, such as fans,
    cones and shafts of light. Usually theatrical fog or haze is required
    to make the light shapes more visible.
          Beams can be fast or slow; they can give an event a Star Wars
    excitement, or a New Age mystical calm. In many countries, beams
    routinely (and safely) scan the crowd, literally “touching” the audience members.
  • Laser graphics can
    display a clients logo, animate their product, tell a story, or
    simply entertain. Because of technology requirements, these images are
    cartoon-like outlines, without any interior fill or detail.
         This can be a limitation, but it also helps
    make laser graphic shows very different and attention-getting,
    compared with ubiquitous
    video images.

 

Often beams and graphics are
combined. For example, screen and beam shows use graphics on a single
center screen or two side screens, with beams coming from below the
screen(s) and over the audience.

Laser
graphics can be seen on just about any relatively smooth, relatively
light surface. You can use conventional projection screens, an indoor or
outdoor wall, water screens, inflatable screens, buildings and even
mountains.

(Incidentally, laser companies
are sometimes asked to project logos on clouds. This is impractical;
Mother Nature does not often provide the required smooth, low, dense
cloud cover.)

 

Laser show producers have three
general types of shows for you to choose from: stock, semi-custom, and
custom.

  • Stock shows have
    already been produced. They have general themes such as patriotism,
    achievement, holidays (e.g., Christmas), etc.
         If an audience is not familiar with laser
    shows, these may work fine. But some stock shows are very well known
    in the laser industry and thus they have been shown over and over
    again.
         Therefore, you may want to ask about the source of the stock
    show. Did it come with the laser software (meaning that many laser
    companies could be using it), or was it done by a single laser company
    only for its clients use?
     

  • Semi-custom shows can
    be the best value. Your logos, or perhaps custom animation sequences,
    are added to a stock show. If the already-existing show is appropriate
    to your event, this gives a custom look at stock price
     

  • For
    custom shows, the
    music, the storyboard, the images, are all created for you. While some
    sequences may be from stock and thus are very common (flying eagles,
    rotating earths, shaking hands), all elements of the production are
    designed for your needs. The cost of producing custom artwork for a
    4-minute song can add anywhere from $1000 to over $10,000, depending
    on artistic complexity.

 

How
laser graphics work

 

To make a laser graphic, two tiny
computer-controlled mirrors aim the beam at a screen. The beam bounces
first off of one mirror moving horizontally, then off another at right
angles, moving vertically.

The computer literally connects
the dots, aiming the mirrors from one place to another fast enough that
the viewer sees a single outline drawing. This process is called
scanning. The computer-controlled mirrors are galvanometer scanners.

The scanners move from point to
point, at a rate of roughly 50,000 points per second. Due to technical
limitations, it is not possible to go significantly faster. This limits how complex a single image can be.
To add more detail to a scene, additional sets of
scanners can be used.

Laser
graphics are not TV

 

It is important to realize
that laser graphics normally are not TV-like raster images.
Instead, they are like a connect-the-dots drawing. Most laser graphics
are cartoon-like outline. This means that you just cant hand a photo or
videotape to a laser company, and immediately have it be projected as a
cartoon-like outline. Otherwise, it would just be a standard video
projector with a laser as the light source.

Instead, the laser company will
use artists or a computer program to determine the outline of your
image, and then turn that into a series of dots. The scanners smoothly
move the laser beam from dot to dot. This happens fast enough and
smoothly enough that you see a steady outline of the object.

Turning your artwork into laser graphics

From a production standpoint,
this means that any custom laser show images need to be processed by a
laser artist. You cant do this yourself. The artist has to translate
any existing artwork into laser imagery.
 

There are a few programs that
make it easier. One is a converter for standard computer graphics
programs such as Adobe Flash and Autodesk 3D Studio Max. A computer artist can
design a scene with objects that translate well into
laser, and can then render it into laser as an outline, or an outline
with contour lines. But again, this is still a situation where the laser
company must produce the final laser artwork for you.
 

Another program to convert
artwork is able to turn photographs or video into TV-like raster images.
However, the resolution is only about 60 pixels wide by 60 lines high.
This is about 80 times less detailed than standard NTSC television
resolution (based on the total number of pixels).

These laser raster images are
good for certain uses, like showing a close-up of a familiar face. But
in general they are limited to special effects. And for good reason: if
you were to do an entire laser show with raster images, it would
essentially be low-resolution TV. Just use a video projector instead!

 

One of the attractions of lasers
is their brilliant colors the purest in the universe. When planning
with lasers, color is a key consideration.

Your event may need a certain
color, which then dictates using a particular type of laser. Or, you may
not care about color, and you simply want the easiest and most visible
laser light.

If one color is sufficient,
lime-green
is the most common and economical. One benefit is
that lime-green (532 nanometer wavelength) is much more visible to the
eye than blue or red. One watt of lime-green light looks 2-3 times
brighter than one watt of red or blue light. A disadvantage is that this
color is so commonly used, that audiences may not find it special.

Some clients need specific
colors, to match logos or products. And many clients want the
flexibility of full-color.
In both these cases, a full-color laser is called for. This is also
called an “RGB” or “white-light” laser. Usually the laser has three
beams internally: red, green and blue. Adjusting the level of each
internal beam allows the final output beam to be any desired color. If
all internal beams are at full power, the resulting output beam is
white.

Full-color lasers are more
expensive than single-color lasers with equivalent power. Thus, if you
want the most power for your money, choose a single-color laser (usually
green is most economical). This is often the case for beam shows.
 

Note that if you are buying a
laser projector — for a disco, for example — the same projector may be
available with many different laser options:

  • The lowest cost version
    will have a single color beam, usually green
    or red.

  • If
    blue
    is available, it will be at a
    higher cost and/or lower output power. This is because it is more
    difficult to produce blue laser light.

  • There may be a
    mixed-color

    version that uses two lasers, green
    and red. By mixing these,
    orange and
    yellow
    can also become available.

  • A
    full-color

    version uses red, green and blue beams.
         — The least expensive full-color projector will have 7
    colors produced by simply turning on or off each of the RGB beams. The
    colors are: red,
    yellow,
    green,
    cyan, blue,
    violet and white.
         — Top-of-the-line full-color projectors allow shades
    of the individual RGB beams, so that just about any color or intensity
    can be produced. Be careful that the colors are well-balanced.
    Sometimes, the green overpowers the other two colors, so that the
    laser’s “white” light is more greenish.

 

A laser beam is only visible
if there is particulate matter in the air, such as dust, fog and smoke.
This photo also uses a slightly misaligned laser to show how separate
red, green and blue beams combine to form a “white light” beam. Photo
courtesy Dave Nash, FFP Laser Systems.

The power of a laser beam is
measured in watts and milliwatts (1/1000 watt). The minimum power needed for a laser light show in a
dark, medium-sized room (like a hotel ballroom) is about 500 milliwatts
to 1 watt.
Somewhere between 5 and 20 watts is typical for indoor use. In large
arenas and outdoors, 10 to 80 watts is common.

Wattage alone does not determine
how visible the beam will be. For example, a 1 watt green laser beam can
appear as bright as a 3 watt red beam, since the eye sees green light
better than red or green. Therefore, when deciding how much laser power
to use for your show, there are many factors the laser company will
consider. These include:

  • Laser color: Green is most visible You can use a less powerful (and thus
    easier-to-use and less expensive) laser if green is acceptable.
     

  • Ambient light:
    Keep your event as dark as possible during the laser show. The laser
    wont need extra wattage to punch through ambient light.
     

  • Laser beam
    divergence:
    Some types of lasers have tighter beams than others.
    Low-divergence beams look brighter since the light is concentrated in
    a smaller area.
     

  • Amount of fog and
    smoke:
    Fog helps the laser beams be more visible. If you cant use
    a lot of fog, then youll need a more powerful laser.
     

  • Area projected:
    If the audience is spread out, then the lasers power will be spread
    over a larger area. A higher wattage laser is required.
     

  • Audience safety: In many parts of
    the world, the audience is scanned with laser beams. The beam power
    and divergence must be sufficient that the beam and scanned effects
    are visible, but that there is no eye hazard. One solution is to have
    the beam be at full power when above the audience, but at a lower
    power when scanning the audience.

 

 

Before
2000, most large laser shows used bulky argon or krypton gas lasers
which required 220 to 440 volts, and around 2 gallons of water per
minute for cooling.

Fortunately, in recent years new
solid-state lasers such as “DPSS” and “YAG” types have become
widespread. The lasers themselves are small enough to be easily carried
by one person. Some have a form factor and features similar to
conventional lighting instruments. They can run from a standard wall
outlet (e.g., 110 volts in the U.S.), and are air-cooled by simple fans.

These new lasers have
revolutionized shows. They make all aspects of show production easier,
from freight to location flexibility. It has also made it easier for
venues and lighting companies to own and run their own laser equipment,
rather than needing specialists in electricity, tubes and plumbing.

 

 

Here
are some other factors to consider when you add lasers to your
production. All of these should be very familiar to a laser show
company. These factors are mentioned here so you have an idea of what to
expect.

  • Beam direction: For beams, the laser equipment is usually positioned in front of the
    audience. Beams will be aimed over their heads.
         This is because laser beams appear brightest when they come
    straight towards you (the light scatters forward when it hits dust and
    smoke particles). They appear second-brightest when they come from
    straight behind you, and least bright when they are crossing your
    field of vision.
     

  • Graphics screen: For graphics, rear-projection is generally preferred over
    front-projection. The images seem a bit more magic because the
    audience does not see the beams that create the graphics.
           The graphics projector should be no closer than the largest
    dimension of the screen area. For example, if projecting onto a 20 x
    30 screen, the laser should be no closer than 30. The farthest
    distance is roughly 100 feet. These dimensions can vary if lenses are
    used for wide-angle or beam sharpening. They can also vary depending
    on how close the audience is to the screen.
     

  • Equipment
    positioning:
      Direct-feed projectors join the laser and
    scanners as a single “laser projector” unit. These may be compact enough that the entire projector can be mounted
    on a stand or flown in the rigging.
         Fiber-fed projectors (where a fiber-optic cable brings
    laser light to a remote scan head) have even more flexibility in
    positioning. They can be put on a stand or flown. One hundred feet is
    a typical distance for the cable run. Because the fiber-optic cable is
    delicate it must be prevented from being run over, severely bent,
    kinked, etc.
     

 

  • Control
    positioning and setup time:
      Lasers require roughly the same
    setup time and control console space requirements as lighting and
    audio.
       
    The control console location should allow the laser operator to see
    the audience. If this is not possible, a laser safety observer must be
    in front, with a headset or walkie-talkie for immediate communication
    with the laser operator.
     

  • Safety
    regulations:
    As listed below, both the show and the
    projector must comply with generally recognized laser safety requirements as
    well as government laws. In the U.S., this means compliance with
    federal laws and having a valid variance. Some
    states and localities may also have requirements. If lasers are used
    outdoors, then the appropriate aviation authority (FAA in the U.S.,
    CAA in the U.K.) must be notified. In the U.S. this is required even if the beams are
    terminated on nearby buildings. The aviation authority will review the
    show and (hopefully!) will issue a letter of non-objection to the show
    performance.
         The laser show company must take care of these reporting
    requirements. They cannot be put off onto the producer or venue (For
    fixed installations, the venue may be the variance holder but almost
    always it is the laser show company which handles the application
    process.)
     

  • Ceiling heights:
    In the U.S., normally the beam is required to be 3 meters (10 feet)
    above where the audience could stand, and 2.5 meters (8 feet)
    laterally from where the audience could reach sideways.
         In practical terms, this means the venue ceiling must be a
    minimum 12 feet high (giving a foot or so for the beam effects). It
    also means that if a projection is coming from behind the audience,
    towards a screen, the beam must always be at least 10 feet above the
    floor where the audience is seated.
     

  • Reflective
    surfaces:
    Many facilities have reflective surfaces such as mirror
    strips and chandeliers. Other reflective surfaces may be present, such as mirrors
    on intelligent lights and silver truss.
         If the laser projection could bounce off these surfaces, into
    audience areas, then the beam must be masked to prevent any stray
    audience reflections.
     

  • Safety setup:
    Time should be built into the production schedule for aiming and
    fine-tuning the laser projections. There should be no one in the laser
    areas except the laser companys technicians. A good time for setup is
    when the other crews are taking a meal break, or after they have
    finished their calls.
     

  • Communications:
    Ideally, each person manning a laser location will be on headset.
    If this is not possible, then the operator at the main laser controls
    must be on headset with the producer; the other laser technicians can
    be on walkie-talkies with the laser operator.
     

  • Interfacing with
    audio:
    Some laser companies take their audio from the main
    production; SMPTE or other methods are used for sync. Other laser
    companies provide their own audio which is fed (as a line-level
    signal) to the main mixer.
     

  • Interfacing with
    lighting:
     Lights should be off, or as low as possible during the
    show. Some laser companies prefer to add some complementary lighting,
    such as a low red wash when green lasers are used. This is usually
    done with existing fixtures, simply by coordinating with the lighting
    director.
         Video projectors should be masked or turned off to prevent video
    gray from illuminating screens.

 

You
may want to ask if a laser company is a current member of ILDA, the
International Laser Display Association. Membership can help indicate
that the company has a professional artistic and business approach.

ILDA runs an annual awards
competition. Ask if your company enters (indicating confidence in their
quality) and what ILDA Awards they may have won. More information on ILDA is
at
http://www.laserist.org/awards.htm.

 

Lasers are such a unique light
source, they often go beyond screen and beams. A projector used in a
planetarium for 360 X 180 scanning can also be used in a tent or party
environment, to produce a ceiling-filling spray of laser beams.

The same projector, put at the
mouth of a lighting balloon, can display an in-the-round laser
show on the entire surface of the balloon. (Remember that the laser beam
is always in focus, unlike a video projector that would be hard to keep
in focus onto a sphere.) This is a unique effect that is hard to
duplicate in any other animated medium.

Lasers have projected fish
inside an empty aquarium, and animated graphics on the side of a
mountain.

 

While lasers can do a lot of
amazing things, it is not yet possible to create a mid-air floating
hologram like the Princess Leia projection from R2-D2 in the original
Star Wars movie. Despite this, you can achieve various 3D effects with
lasers:

  • True 3D.
    Many people are
    familiar with 3D movies and theme park attractions that use polarized or
    shutter lenses. Laser shows can be made in the same way, so that when
    wearing glasses, the audience sees truly three-dimensional images.

  • Chromatic 3D. Chromadepth
    glasses make red images appear closer while yellow, green and blue
    images appear successively farther. The laser show is created with
    smaller red foreground images and larger background images to enhance
    the illusion.

  • Scrims. By projecting
    laser graphics onto dark scrims in a dark room, images can hang in
    mid-air. Each scrim is a flat screen so it is a sequence of flat planes
    that is not truly 3D. However, by making the image itself look
    three-dimensional (e.g., a rotating 3D object), a convincing simulation
    of mid-air holography can be achieved.

  • Mid-air beam effects.
    These are mentioned here because lasers can project planes, cones, fans,
    etc. of laser light. These are truly 3D, even though it is not possible
    to stop the light in mid-air to create complex floating objects.

  • Traditional tricks.
    At
    Disneys Haunted Mansion, many of the 3D effects are done using mirrors.
    These tricks can be done with lasers as well, so a laser image appears
    superimposed on a scene or set.

 

Lasers have an admirable safety
record, especially considering the millions of people who have attended
laser shows in the past quarter-century. One reason for this excellent
record is that laserists understand the vital importance of having safe
shows.

There are three main aspects of
laser show safety:


  • Eye and skin safety
    the laser beam
    must not harm anyone.

  • For outdoor shows,
    aircraft safety
    is important. The beam
    must not distract a pilot.


  • Regulatory compliance
    must be
    considered. The show must comply with all applicable health and aviation
    regulations.

The laser company normally takes
care of all safety and regulatory concerns. If you have any questions,
feel free to inquire about their preparations and ask to see the
regulatory paperwork. You should only deal with companies that have the
legally-required paperwork for a show (including any federal, state and
local licenses or “variances”).

One other thing to keep in mind:
Safety is paramount. Although the laser companys goal is the show must
go on, the company must stop lasing if an unforeseen hazard arises. For
example, if an aircraft buzzes an outdoor show, or an unruly audience
member climbs onto a chair, the laser company may need to shut down the
show until the hazard is past.

International regulations

Many countries
have safety regulations limiting the power of laser light that can go
near or into an audience. In general, the limited amount (MPE or
“Maximum Permissible Exposure”) is the same in all countries, including
the U.S. However, specific regulations and enforcement differ from
country to country.

This is why
laser shows with audience scanning, that may be common in Europe or
Asia, have until recently (2007) been very rare in the United States.
Companies in the U.S. need to provide federal regulators with more
stringent proof that their equipment and procedures are safe.

U.S. national regulations

Laser
companies in the United States must
certify both their equipment (the laser and projector) and the actual
laser show (where the audience is in relation to the lasers, how the
equipment is used, etc.). Anyone doing a laser show or demonstration
must apply for a variance to the Center for Devices and Regulatory
Health (CDRH), a division of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). As
its name implies, a variance gives the holder permission to vary from
the FDAs laser safety regulations.

One of
the variance conditions is that the beams are kept 3 meters (10 feet)
above where the audience can stand, and 2.5 meters (8 feet) laterally
from where the audience could reach out. Performers can have lasers on
them under specified conditions. But in the U.S., audiences cannot
normally be exposed to direct or reflected laser light. CDRH variances
cover these and other conditions.

All
reputable laser companies will have current, updated, valid variances
for their equipment and shows. As part of the variance, they must also
inform the CDRH of the date and location of each show. You should insist
on this paperwork for your show. Ask to see it. If it is not
forthcoming, this indicates 1) the company may not be following safe
procedures and 2) you may be liable should a laser safety issue arise.

State and local regulations

Some states have additional
regulations. In New York, a NY-licensed laser operator must supervise
the laser show. Texas has an active regulatory division that requires
annual registrations. Other states and localities may have their own
regulations.

Again,
the laser company should know about and meet all state and local
regulations.

Fire watch not required

Sometimes there is a
misperception that a fire watch is required when using lasers indoors
at sites like hotels. This is not true; there are no special fire
requirements for the laser per se.

If fog machines are
used to help make the laser beams visible, then a fire watch may be
required. The facilitys smoke detectors are often turned off to prevent
false alarms from the fog. A fire watch is then needed during the
fogging period.

Audience scanning

 

Probably
the most stunning laser effect is deliberate audience scanning. Beams
and shapes are intentionally projected directly onto the audience. It is
beautiful like swimming in an ocean of light.

Audience scanning is actually safe if various factors are met: the beam
must have a relatively large diameter, and the power must be relatively
low. Should you happen to be in audience-scanned beams, a quick check is
whether the light level feels pretty comfortable (generally safe), or if
you instinctively close your eyes, turn away or have long afterimages
(unsafe).

Some people falsely believe that deliberate audience scanning is banned in the
U.S., or that there are differences between U.S. light levels and
overseas light levels. These statements are untrue. Audience
scanning is legal in just about every country — including the U.S. Safe and unsafe exposure
levels are about the same in every country.

However, U.S. regulators insist on extra safety measures such as
redundant backups and detailed analyses. This is why there are only a few
approved U.S. variances for deliberate audience scanning. (For example,
at LDI 2007 in Orlando, ILDA will demonstrate safe, legal audience
scanning.)  Most overseas regulators do not require the same level
of redundancy and caution as U.S. regulators. This explains why U.S.
viewers have not been treated to the spectacular beauty of laser beams,
until the recent (2006) approval of FDA-reviewed audience-scanning
techniques.

It should be noted that
deliberate audience scanning has a very safe record. There are very few
reports of accidents or even incidents after two decades of scanning on
millions of people worldwide. If you want to scan the audience, even in
the U.S., you can be confident that responsible companies will keep the
audience safe.

Aircraft safety

 

Outdoors, lasers need to be kept
away from aircraft. At very close ranges the beam may be an eye hazard.
At longer distances the brief but bright flash as the plane flies
through the beam could temporarily flashblind a pilot (like a bright
camera flash).

To remain safe, laser show
operators take into account the direction and power of beams, as they
relate to airports and air routes. They also plan for control measures
such as spotters, who turn off the laser temporarily if aircraft come
too close.

In the U.S., this
pre-planning is submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration at
least 30 days in advance of the outdoor show. If the FAA does not object
to the shows, and other CDRH requirements are met, then the CDRH will
grant a variance to allow the use of laser displays outdoors.

 

Picking a laser show company is
much like choosing a video or production house. Cost is a factor, but
even more important is reliability, equipment, and production quality.
Ask about the following:


  • Years in business

  • References from satisfied clients
    (and check the references)


  • Variety of lasers
    available

  • Other equipment available
    screens, audio, lighting (if you need these as well)


  • Artwork production:
    Done in house?
    Using clip art?

  • Membership and activity in ILDA
    and similar industry organizations


  • Awards won

    from ILDA and similar industry organizations
     

Pencil-thin shafts of laser
light, and brilliantly colored unique laser graphics will always have a
place in the arsenal of special effects:

  • Laser beams create fantastic
    mid-air shapes and patterns. Beams can even reach out and

    touch the audience. Just as placing a hand on someone else’s shoulder
    creates an emotional bond, having lasers scan the audience helps bring
    them emotionally into the event.

  • Laser graphics have an
    eye-catching futuristic look very
    different from the dozens of TV screens we see each day.

If you’re in the U.S., don’t
forget that it now is possible to do European-style audience scanning.
This will be brand-new to most Americans. They’ll love being inside of
safe “laser fireworks” choreographed to music.

To get started with laser
lighting, the first place to check is with the International Laser
Display Association. ILDA’s Code of Ethics and professional members help
you find the best laser producers and equipment for your budget. They
are the experts who literally wrote the book on creating with lasers.

ILDA has an

“Inquiries and Referral Service”. Just email or phone your request
to ILDA. It is then sent out by email to all members. Those who can
answer your query, and/or who have the capability to provide what you
need, will contact you directly. It has never been easier to find the
right people to make your next event extra-special!

 


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Laser Light Shows | FDA

Notices to the Laser Industry


Description

Lasers and laser projection systems are used with other optical equipment, such as projection screens, mirror balls, remote projector heads, and fiber optics, to produce colorful, dramatic displays for entertainment purposes.

Laser stands for Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation. One basic type of laser consists of a sealed tube, containing a pair of mirrors, and a laser medium that is excited by some form of energy to produce visible light, or invisible ultraviolet or infrared radiation. Ordinary light, such as that from a light bulb, has many wavelengths and spreads in all directions. Laser light, however, has a specific wavelength. It can be focused into a tight beam and can concentrate very high-intensity light at large distances from the laser.

Uses

  • Music events
  • Restaurants and Nightclubs
  • Theatrical events
  • Meeting venues
  • Permanent light shows
  • Laser effects with a fireworks display
  • Art and advertising displays
  • Laser video projection systems
  • Artistic and entertainment lighting displays

Risks/Benefits

When used in the proper setting and handled by qualified professionals, laser light shows can provide dramatic displays and as backdrops to other entertainment and venues.

While the lasers themselves can cause injuries, laser light shows that are produced in accordance with FDA regulations keep hazardous lasers away from the audience. For shows where the laser beam could fall on the crowd, the power of the laser is kept below levels know to be hazardous.

Risks from improperly handled lasers include:

  • Eye injury
  • Skin burns
  • Fire
  • Other safety risks for pilots, drivers and others who may be distracted or temporarily unable to see

Laws, Regulations, & Standards

Manufacturers of electronic radiation emitting products sold in the United States are responsible for compliance with the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA), Chapter V, Subchapter C – Electronic Product Radiation Control.

Manufacturers of laser products are responsible for compliance with all applicable requirements of Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations (Subchapter J, Radiological Health) Parts 1000 through 1005:

In addition, laser products must comply with radiation safety performance standards in Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations (Subchapter J, Radiological Health) Parts 1010 and 1040:

Manufacturers of laser products can request an alternate means of providing radiation safety; this is called a Variance:

Industry Guidance

Laser projectors and laser light shows are “demonstration laser products” as defined by 21 CFR 1040.10(b)(13):

“Demonstration laser product means a laser product manufactured, designed, intended, or promoted for purposes of demonstration, entertainment, advertising display, or artistic composition.”

Lasers promoted for entertainment purposes or amusement also meet FDA’s definition for “demonstration laser products.”

Laser products promoted for demonstration purposes are limited to hazard Class IIIa by FDA regulation 21 CFR 1040.11(c). This means that projectors are limited to 5 milliwatts output power in the visible wavelength range from 400 to 710 nanometers. There are also limits for any invisible wavelengths and for short pulses. Laser light show projectors therefore may not exceed the accessible emission limits of CDRH Class IIIa. Laser light show manufacturers must submit a variance request for FDA approval in order to sell and operate higher class (Class IIIb and IV) laser light show equipment.

Prior to using Class IIIb and IV lasers for a laser light show in the United States, the following documents must be submitted to the FDA by the responsible parties:

  • Product Report describing the laser projector (submitted by or on behalf of the projector manufacturer) – Form 3632,
  • Laser Light Show Report describing the laser light show (submitted by or on behalf of the show manufacturer or producer) – Form 3640, and
  • Application requesting FDA approval for a variance from the demonstration laser product hazard class limit of IIIa (5mW visible output) – Form 3147.

These submissions must be prepared with either the fillable PDF forms available below or using the eSubmitter electronic submissions software.

CDRH recommends that you fill out the new CDRH Variance Package Cover Sheet  and submit it to CDRH along with the required forms to make certain that the applicant and submitter have followed the necessary instructions and to clarify to the CDRH Document Control Center (DCC) staff what is being submitted.  See CDRH Variance Package Cover Sheet available under the ‘Submission Documents’ section below.

There are several options for documents to submit.  For example, if you are purchasing a certified laser projector for which a product report has already been submitted, you need only submit the laser light show report and variance application.

See Table for assistance:

Documents to include in your variance application package.

Product Type

Entity Type

Variance Application (Form 3147)

Show Report (Form 3640)

Laser Product Report

(Form 3632)

Other

Light Show Producer (considered a manufacturer)*

X

X

 

 

Laser Projector Manufacturer

X

X

X

 

Laser Projector Dealer/Distributor

X

X

 

 

LIP/LILI Manufacturer

X

 

X

 

LIP/LILI Dealer/Distributor

X

 

 

 

LIP/LILI User (permanent installation)

X

 

 

 

LIP/LILI User (temporary installation)

X

X

 

 

Variance Renewal

 

Only if previously submitted, report needs to be updated

 

This cover letter, missing annual reports

Variance Amendment

 

Only if previously submitted, report needs to be updated

Only if previously submitted, report needs to be updated

This cover letter including requested amendments

*The act of assembly of a laser light show using a previously manufactured laser or laser product results in the creation or manufacture of a “new” product.  The creation of this new product may involve the addition of such components as display screens, mirrors, smoke/fog and optics but may result from merely changing the intent and use of the original laser. Hence, the person who produces the “new” product is considered a “manufacturer” if such person is engaged in the business of manufacturing laser light shows. This policy, including additional details, can be found in Laser Notice #22, published on November 22, 1977.

All applicable documents, including the CDRH Cover Sheet should be emailed to the CDRH at: [email protected] 

You no longer need to separately send variance applications to Dockets Management Staff (formerly titled Division of Dockets Management).

Your firm may begin to produce laser light shows only after receipt of a variance approval letter from FDA indicating the conditions under which you may produce the laser light show or distribute laser light show projectors.

Submission Documents for Laser Light Show and Projector Manufacturers or Industry

Documents of Interest – Laser Notices to Industry

Other Resources

Laser Show and Show Laser Projectors — Pangolin and KVANT Lasers

Laser Light Shows. From the development of laser show technology to the manufacturing of laser show systems, it’s what we’ve been doing better than anyone else for over 30-years.
You may have heard lasers being sold using a variety of names such as laser show projectors, laser display systems, programmable laser light show projector, DMX lasers, laser lights, show lasers, party lasers, DJ lasers, Club Lasers, Disco lasers, and more.

Though the name used doesn’t matter, what does matter is that you’re being sold the best laser system possible. We at Pangolin Lasers have dedicated our lives to producing top-notch laser light show technology, better than anything else on the market.

Laser Light Show Projectors

We at Pangolin Lasers have exclusively partnered with KVANT, to produce a wide selection of award-winning laser light show projectors, ranging from 1.7 Watts, all the way to 1,000W Watts.

We’ll break these down into a few categories:

Unity Lasers | Low-Cost Lasers

These are a line of low-cost economic show laser systems that come in three different models, RAW, ELITE, and EPIC.

The RAW series range from 1.7 Watt lasers up to 3 Watt lasers. The ELITE ILDA and ELITE PRO FB4 series range from 2 Watt Lasers up to 10 Watt lasers. The EPIC series range from 15 Watt lasers up to a maximum of 30 Watt lasers.

Clubmax FB4 Lasers

Our most popular line of laser projectors is the Clubmax Series, which starts with 2 Watt Laser Systems and goes up to 15 Watt Laser Systems. Clubmax lasers were built for clients who need lasers designed for touring, in small to medium outdoor shows and events.

Atom Lasers

Atom Series Lasers range from 9 Watts up to 30 Watts and are designed with all RGB Laser Diodes sources to provide maximum power, performance, and efficiency.

Spectrum Lasers

Spectrum Series Lasers are the world’s premier high power laser systems. They come in a stunning combination of OPSL and diode lasers, providing maximum brightness and performance, making them the ideal outdoor laser projector. Spectrum lasers are ideal for big events, stadiums, touring, and more.

Kvant RGBY Lasers

Our RGBY lasers are built with an extra yellow OPSL module, which increases the overall brightness and divergence of the laser and expands the total range of colors the laser projector can output.

Kvant LD Lasers

“LD” or “Low Divergence” lasers offer a higher power output, and laser visibility over farther distances with our ScannerMAX Saturn 9B Optical Scanning Systems. They’re designed to project over long distances without beam comprising quality or scan-speed.

Kvant Burstberry

The world’s first modular laser show systems. Burstberry is a multi-head laser system that can be assembled into any geometrical formation, allowing you to create incredible laser effects unlike any before. Burstberry is ideal for lighting designers and laser artists.

SKY Lasers | Architectural

High power, long-range aerial beam laser projection systems. Sky lasers are designed for professionals who need to project lasers at extreme distances, providing visibility at several miles away.

Laser Show Software

Professional laser light design software for both beginners and seasoned professionals, with Pangolin’s QuickShow and BEYOND software.

Laser Show Hardware

Laser show control hardware, including the Pangolin FB3QS, Pangolin FB4, and Pangolin FB4-SK platforms.

Laser Show Safety

We offer products for audience scanning laser shows, laser power meters, laser safety glasses, and goggles.

Laser Rentals

We offer laser show rentals and laser design services, which also include programming for 3D Laser Shows and all sorts of stage lighting applications involving laser light.

Laser Stage Lighting Single Units for sale

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A colourful light show can take a party to the next level. When lights are timed to the music, people are drawn into the DJ’s beats. They forget themselves and can let go in the cascade of music and light. Turn your living room into a disco, and turn your presentation into a show with an animation laser from the collection of affordable animation laser light show projectors on eBay.

What brands of animation lasers are available on eBay?

People enjoy a party around the world, and light shows have become a standard piece of a DJ’s equipment. For this reason, there are many manufacturers of animated disco lights. Some of the brands in this collection include the following:

  • American DJ
  • QTX
  • Seven Stars
  • Laser UK
  • SUNY

What are the features of the animation lasers on eBay?

Due to the variety in colour and effect that consumers desire, the features on these products vary by model. Some common features that you will find in these products include the following:

  • LED light sources – LED lights give you bright lights with lower power usage.
  • Sound activation – With this feature, the show starts as soon as the music begins.
  • Multiple display modes – Lights can be used to create waves, sparkles, and line patterns to name a few. Many models feature both flash and solid modes.
  • Remote control – A DJ can change the light show at the press of a button.
  • Floor placement or ceiling mounting
  • Preset light shows – You can start using your animation laser as soon as you receive it. Some models also allow for custom programming.
  • Indoor and outdoor use – Please note, if you intend to use your projector outdoors, make certain that it is rated for such use. Outdoor conditions can damage the electronics of indoor models.

Whats the difference between a monochrome and full-colour display projector?

Many of the models in this collection incorporate multiple colours in their displays. For instance, the LED Crystal Magic Ball Stage Light can display in several colours by using red, green, and blue LED lights in combination. On the other hand, the SUNY Purple Stage Laser Light will only project a single hue. Full-colour displays are often preferred for general party use with myriad lights and colours dancing to the rhythm of the music. A monochromatic display might be helpful if you are trying to set a particular mood or for use in response to a specific stage design requirement.

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Lighting equipment for discos in Tambov. Stage equipment in Tambov can be bought in our online store at a special low price! One of the models in the catalog is lighting equipment for discos and parties ! Lasers for discos , you can buy in 1 click, because it will give incredible joy to your loved ones at a home disco, friends at a party and clients of your cafe and club, as well as with the original design and decoration of the New Year. Disco laser projector is very powerful, which is why our store has a ready-made range of club lasers for the stage, which meets all safety requirements! Lighting equipment for cafes and lighting equipment for restaurants can also be seen in our catalog and choose ready-made options for stages, performances, lighting design or original decoration of the room! 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Laser show is a fascinating, magical action that can decorate any holiday, make it more interesting, “richer”. The Orion Art Laser company offers you a full range of services for the development, creation and demonstration of laser shows.If you need to order a laser light show, then you are very lucky, because we use only professional laser equipment and software from leading world manufacturers, which allows us to create laser programs of any complexity and of any volume. You can buy a laser show in Moscow in our company “Orion Art Laser”. Over the years, we have used lasers in a variety of concert programs, city events, presentations, promotions, weddings, celebrations and multimedia projects in Russia and abroad.We worked at small parties and on projects for hundreds of thousands of spectators.

Orion Art Laser is also the largest Russian supplier of water effects. Dynamic – “singing” fountains allow you to create a water-light show synchronized with music, which looks great both in halls and in open areas. Submersible water screens and water curtains will help you in a new, interesting and unusual way to use laser and video projection. In our work, we use both equipment from foreign manufacturers and our own, unique developments.Our engineers can design and create a complex of water effects of any complexity for your task.

High-altitude fireworks and concert pyrotechnics have long become the hallmark of Orion Art Laser. We are the undisputed Russian leader in the field of pyrotechnics. The high quality of the materials used, the latest equipment and professional staff allow us to create world-class projects, which is confirmed by a huge amount of work at the largest Russian and foreign events.

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Today, no major event is complete without a colorful multimedia show that combines all the latest achievements of show technology.With its own large fleet of laser, water, pyrotechnic and video equipment, Orion Art Laser offers a full cycle of creating a multimedia show – from concept development to technical implementation. The technologies and staging solutions we use allow us to achieve the highest results in any conditions.

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The Kridex company offers to buy professional equipment for a laser show in the form of ready-made solutions.For you branded equipment from leading manufacturers American DJ, AT LASER, Big Dipper, CHAUVET, DTS, KAM LASERWORLD, Lectrosonics, MediaLas and NIGHTSUN. Create a unique atmosphere of celebration and club party.

The price of the equipment is individual and depends on the type of equipment used. We are happy to create a project for your premises – call us right now!

Equipment required for the light show:

  • Lasers .Modern wide-angle and multi-beam equipment is equipped with galvanometers. The equipment differs in the number of beams, their color and power. The equipment projects both direct beams and projections of patterns (cobwebs, starry sky, falling sparkles and much more).
  • Stands . The light show (you can order the equipment from our company) is mounted on specialized racks or brackets, depending on the specifics of the interior. The equipment belongs to accessories and is purchased separately.
  • Software . In most cases, lasers are equipped with software to project various patterns. However, additional software can be purchased for the equipment, which will expand its functionality.

Features of the purchase and selection of equipment for a light show

When deciding to order equipment for a laser show, it is necessary to take into account the mass of the parameters of the room. In the process of developing a project, our specialists study the geometry of lighting devices, the intensity of illumination, the combination of laser operation with generators of smoke, steam, foam effects, the distance from the laser mounting point to the projection point, the dimensions of the room and other nuances.Note that the maximum effect is achieved through the use of multiple laser projectors. At the same time, the price for the equipment in our company is really profitable, which is achieved through long-term cooperation with manufacturers of lasers and accessories.

Why Kridex?

We have created many standard projects in a wide price range, bringing the combination of elements in each set to the ideal.The key advantages of our company are:

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  • Typical solutions and individual projects. The best solution to the problem;
  • Employee training. We will train your staff in all the subtleties of working with the equipment.

The company “Kridex” offers not just to buy light show equipment, but to purchase a ready-made solution with the ability to install and configure “turnkey”. In the course of work, we take into account the characteristics of the room, the wishes of the client and guarantee high quality lighting effects and extremely simple control. Entrust the atmosphere of your holiday to professionals – call us right now!

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How to use laser show – Laser show

The image created by the laser beam has an undeniable appeal to the viewer.It is the brightness and purity of coherent radiation, unusual in everyday life, that magically attracts the viewer’s attention. Volumetric figures formed when the laser beam moves, simply snatch those present from reality, creating an unusual feeling of immersion in another space.

How to use laser

There are many creative ways to use lasers at events. Basically they can be divided into two broad categories:

Beam Show or laser beam show is the observation of beams in space.

In this case, spectators observe light laser effects such as cones, tunnels, waves in space. Usually, special fog or smoke generators are used for better perception.

Screen Show or screen / graphic laser show – laser graphics on a plane.

In this case, you can show the audience a logo, an animated video, an advertising slogan, tell a whole story, or just an entertaining laser show. Due to the projection technology, images are vector, without filling and small details.This is a limitation, but, on the other hand, the image created by a laser beam is more informative and has an undeniable attractive effect on the viewer than a regular video. If you need video, use a video projector. Collaboration of video and laser projectors is possible.

Laser graphics can be projected onto any relatively flat and light surface. As a screen, you can use frontal, mesh, smoke, water and inflatable screens, walls inside and outside buildings, forests and even mountains.Sometimes it is possible to project onto clouds, but, as a rule, low and dense enough clouds do not occur in nature. In any case, the image can be observed being relatively close to the laser projector.

Usually beam and graphic laser shows are combined. For example, the graphic part of the show is shown on the central screen, and the beam part of the laser show is projected on the sides of the screen above the audience and thereby provides additional emotional support. The number of used laser projectors is limited only by the director’s idea and the budget of the event.

A laser show, first of all, has an effect unattainable for light and video projection – a pronounced volumetric spectacle. The laser beam literally cuts the space, it can take different forms, and sometimes it seems so real and tangible that it makes you want to touch it. It is unlikely that a video projection that has already become commonplace will have such an impact on the audience.

As a rule, the laser video is synchronized with the music, which gives additional emotional coloring and allows you to use the laser show in events of various themes.

Laser show selection

Three main types of laser shows are available for ordering – a ready-made show from the library, a show based on fragments from the library with the inclusion of original frames, and a completely custom-made laser show.

  • Library laser show. A show like this can be truly impressive and appropriate if viewers haven’t seen it before. There are also projects widely known in the laser show industry, which are so good that they are shown regularly.
  • Shows based on fragments from the library with the inclusion of original frames may be the best solution. Logos – or maybe animation snippets – are added to the library show. If such a show fits in with the event, it looks like a completely bespoke show – and still has the advantage of being priced at the same price as the library show.
  • For a fully customized laser show, music, storyboards, sketches, all accompanying elements are designed just for you.At the same time, it is allowed to use some typical sequences of frames from the library (rotating earth, shaking hands, etc.) .From the point of view of the production of a laser roller, this means that any materials for a laser show must be processed by a laser artist, and this gives the show is a considerable emphasis on uniqueness and exclusivity. The cost of such a ~ 4-minute video can range from a thousand to tens of thousands of dollars, depending on the artistic complexity.
How Laser Graphics Works

In order to project a laser image, two computer-controlled mirrors direct the beam onto a screen.First, the beam is reflected from one mirror moving horizontally, and then hits the mirror moving vertically. The computer precisely connects the dots, moving the mirrors from one position to the next so quickly that the observer sees the whole outline drawing. This process is called “Scanning” and the computer controlled mirrors are called galvanometers or scanners. Scanners move from point to point at speeds up to 60,000 points per second. Due to physical limitations, they cannot move much faster.The scan speed determines how complex the image can be projected. (A second set of scanners can be used to detail the image). The interruption of the beam (elimination of unnecessary strokes of the path of movement of the laser beam) is carried out by direct modulation of the laser.

Power of used lasers

Laser power is measured in watts (watts). 1W = 1000mW (milliwatts). For a hall for 400-600 seats, as a rule, a green laser with a power of 500mW-1W and / or a “white” laser with a power of 2-3W is sufficient.For street shows, lasers from 5W are used.

Basically, the choice of laser power depends on the following factors.

  • Laser color. A green laser looks 2-3 times brighter (surface illumination is 5-7 times more) than a red or blue laser of the same power.
  • Illumination. During a laser show, light should be kept to a minimum. The less illumination, the less laser power is needed.
  • Dispersed medium. Usually, special fog or smoke generators are used for better perception.If there is little smoke, higher power lasers should be used.
  • Screen Size / Hall Size. The power of the laser is, as it were, distributed over the area of ​​the screen (volume of the hall). Therefore, the larger the size of the screen (volume of the hall), the more powerful laser must be used.
  • Security. The permitted levels of laser exposure must be observed.
Laser colors

An attempt to tell about a laser show even in a venerable writer can cause a feeling of helplessness – there are simply not enough words.This is one of those cases when it is better to see something once than to hear about it a hundred times. It is the brightness and purity of the colors of laser radiation, unusual in everyday life, that magically attracts the viewer’s attention. When planning a laser show, the choice of laser color is key. Your event may require a specific color, which determines what type of laser you need to use.

  • Green laser (wavelength 532nm) is the most commonly used color as it is the “cheapest” color and also the most visible to the human eye.Mainly used for ray show or outdoor laser advertising. 1W 532nm looks 2-3 times brighter than a red or blue laser of the same power. The disadvantage is that the laser is so widespread that the audience may not find anything special about it. If the color of the laser is not critical to you, you can simply use the most profitable and visible laser.
  • Red (630-670nm) and blue (440-480nm) laser, look 2-3 times paler than green. These lasers must be more powerful than green to ensure sufficient visibility.It should be borne in mind that the cost of such lasers is much higher than green lasers of the same power.
  • Some companies use two colors in one projector – green and red. In their combinations, they produce red, orange, yellow and green. These “disco” laser projectors are commonly used in low-budget programs.
  • Full color (“RGB” or “white”) laser. In full-color laser projectors, as a rule, there are three sources of radiation – red, green and blue, the radiation of which can be mixed in different proportions to obtain the desired color.Full color lasers are mainly used for graphic shows. Full color beam shows are captivating, but require much more powerful and expensive equipment than green laser beam shows.
Requirements

In the past, bulky argon and krypton gas lasers were used for large laser shows, requiring up to 50 kW of electricity and up to 25 l / min of water for cooling.

Unlike outdated ones, modern laser projectors are air-cooled, have small mass-dimensional characteristics (most can be installed by one person) and are powered by a regular 220V 10A network.

Other requirements

Below are a few more requirements that are important and should be considered when using lasers at events.

  • Beam Direction: Beam show equipment is usually positioned in front of the audience and beams are directed overhead. This is because laser beams appear brighter when directed towards the viewer. The rays look less bright when directed away from the viewer. And they are worst seen when seen from the side.
  • Graphic display: Rear projection is preferred to front projection for graphic laser show.In this case, the images look most impressive. The laser projector should be no less than the screen size on the larger side. For example, if the screen size is 6x7m, then the laser projector should be at least 7m away from the screen. The maximum distance to the screen is about 50m. These parameters may change if lenses are used to widen the projection angle or sharpen the beam. Another factor is the distance between the screen and the audience.
  • Equipment Installation: Laser projectors can be mounted on tripods, on the floor, or on railings.The typical length of the control connecting cable is up to 100m.
  • Control Panel Location and Installation Time: Laser equipment requires approximately the same time and space to install a control panel as light / sound equipment. The laser control panel should be located so that the operator can see the audience. If such an arrangement is not possible, consideration should be given to the laser safety of the audience first.
  • Communication: Ideally, each person operating the laser should be provided with a walkie-talkie.
  • Working with sound equipment: The laser show is almost always synchronized with the sound. It should be possible to output the audio signal from the laser control panel to the main mixing console, or synchronize via the SMPTE protocol.
  • Working with lighting equipment: During a laser show, lighting should be turned off, if possible, or a dim, dim light should be used. Usually this issue is resolved with the lighting designer. Video projectors should be camouflaged or turned off to avoid glare on the laser screen.
Laser Safety

Experts believe that scanning the audience is possible exclusively with continuous lasers (it is FORBIDDEN to use pulsed lasers), using high-quality equipment and software, and only if organizational and technical measures are taken during the preparation and conduct of the laser show to ensure that spectators’ exposure standards are observed.

Photo, video and projection equipment.

If it gets into the lenses of photo, video equipment, video projectors, this equipment may be damaged. It is undesirable or with great caution to use optical devices and SLR cameras, as it may damage the eyes of people using these optical devices.

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Titanic Belfast Light Show

Light show for Titanic Belfast

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In April this year, exactly 100 years after the Titanic disaster, all the newspapers were full of information about this luxurious liner. And even more people began to write about him after the huge museum with an area of ​​14,000 square meters was opened in the same month. called “Titanic Belfast”. It is intended to tell the story of the Titanic, from the idea of ​​its creation to the tragic maiden voyage.The Coastway Survey Company in County Kildare, Ireland, has been tasked by the seeper team of interactive arts and technology to create 3D model of this newest tourist attraction.

To remember the Titanic disaster, the City of Belfast and the Northern Ireland Tourism Board organized a celebration centered around the opening of the Titanic Belfast Museum. It was to be accompanied by a spectacular 3D animation show with pyrotechnic effects and light, which was created by the “seeper” team.For this show, seeper commissioned Coastway to create a high-precision 3D model of the Titanic Belfast as the basis for the concept, planning and implementation of this stunning light show featuring 3D projections on all building facades.

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Although Coastway has extensive experience in creating 3D models on building facades using terrestrial laser scanning technology , the special architecture of this structure, with its asymmetric structure and specific facade materials, made the company’s specialists puzzled.Particularly challenging was the building’s façade, which consisted of more than 3000 unequal elements covered with anodized aluminum.

Solution from Coastway
After a thorough survey of the building, Coastway engineers proposed to create a 3D model using terrestrial laser scanning technology and then transfer it to the Cinema 4D format required by the seeper team. The 3D laser scanner Leica HDS6200 was used to survey the facade of the Titanic Belfast. Scanning was carried out with a tripod 2 meters high, from scaffolding and from the edges of the roof of the building. The field stage took three days. The next three days were spent logging the data collected by the laser scanner and aligning the obtained point clouds to the Irish national coordinate system.

The final model of building was to be constructed with an accuracy of ± 10 mm. Thanks to the characteristics of the Leica HDS6200 scanner , which is capable of shooting with an accuracy of 2 mm, the required accuracy could not only be achieved, but also exceeded.To ensure the 3D model is accurate, Coastway hired EDM Spanwall façade builders to help match each scanned façade element to its design specifications and make adjustments if necessary.

It took three weeks to create a full 3D model of the building’s facade. Each of the more than 3000 different custom-shaped elements had to be simulated using plug-in Leica CloudWorx for AutoCAD and another special program.

The complex façade contours and highly reflective surface of the anodized aluminum coated panels made it difficult to return the beams and made it difficult to collect complete data from laser scan . At a distance of 79 meters between the instrument and the highest point of the building, there were extremely few return signals received by the Leica HDS6200 . Roof access was restricted, however, Coastway had to provide coverage of the building’s inaccessible ground-level footage from the roof.The company’s specialists agreed that in order to carry out similar projects in the future, it is necessary to use the Leica ScanStation C10 scanner, which has a wider measurement range and allows you to confidently collect data from the ground.

The final model of the façade was saved in Cinema 4D format so that the seeper team could use it as the basis for their light and pyrotechnic show. A spectacular light show dedicated to the opening of the Titanic Belfast complex took place on April 5, 2012.in front of 60 thousand spectators. The show, designed to tell the story of the great liner, consisted of projections directed at various parts of the building, accompanied by music and fireworks.

Titanic
Built in the northern Irish city of Belfast, the Titanic was the second of three Olympic-class twin steamers. The other two were the liners Olympic and Britannic (formerly called the Giant). At that time, these three ships were the largest ships in the fleet of the British company White Star Line, which in 1912.owned 29 steamers and sailing ships. The construction of three liners was carried out at the Harland and Wolff shipyard. The shipbuilding company Harland and Wolff began working with White Star Line back in 1867.

The Titanic sank in the Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, after hitting an iceberg, on its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York. The shipwreck claimed the lives of 1,514 people. Due to the huge number of victims, the sinking of the Titanic is considered one of the largest maritime disasters in history in peacetime.At the time of launch, the Titanic was the largest ship in the world.

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