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"A color organ on steroids": The Laser Organ from Kozmic Lazer Show
The 'Laser Organ' Interface and software musically automates control for; Laser Colors, Pangolin 'Live', Beam Tables, Relay Pack Chases, LED lighting, Lighting Consoles and other DMX devices.
There are two versions of the interface: The pocket size Mini Laser Organ MLO-1 and the 19" rack mount LO-1.
Imagine using any pre-recorded ILDA show and have the colors automatically be changed in sync with any style of music all night long, without operator fatigue. That same show can also play your client's colors on beat, all without having to re-program the original ILDA show. In another variation, it can be musically chasing Pangolin frames in 'Live' and a beam table at different speeds yet in sync. It is like a 1970's 'Color Organ' on steroids.
A flow chart (right, click to enlarge) shows one configuration where the Laser Organ controls the colors coming from a Pangolin system, the colorbox and shutter lines on a beam table, and a DMX signal going to the Pangolin computer.
Kozmic Lazer Show, LLC is
located in Nashville, TN. Our primary audience is corporate theater and
special events. We produce laser shows and associated products; as well
as pyrotechnics, cryogenic and customized effects. To download the
software or learn more about the Laser Organ, call 800-MR-LASER or visit
Image Engineering launches Light Vector RGB laser system
After years of development, Image Engineering’s flagship product, the Light Vector Series RGB laser system, is introduced to the laser display industry. “The Light Vector is a product specifically geared toward the touring and permanent installation markets,” says Joseph Suehle, part owner of Image Engineering. “After working in the laser display industry for close to 25 years, and using everybody else's lasers, we know how a reliable, functional laser system should be constructed."
The systems are manufactured in the United States by Image Engineering’s expert staff led by John Suehle, part owner and Ph. D graduate in electrical engineering. "The design of the Light Vector balances performance and cost by combining state-of-the-art optically pumped semicondutor laser technology with an ultra-stable beam matrix to provide a product with exceptional performance and reliability," John Suehle explains. The Light Vector fills the need for a ‘made in the USA’ product in response to the European domination of solid-state display lasers.
The first Light Vector Series RGB laser systems that Image Engineering developed have been traveling on tour with Cee Lo Green. Part owner and third Suehle brother, Andrew, said that “the lasers held up extremely well with the rigors of being on the road for three straight months and we’re extremely proud of our craftsmanship.” Image Engineering would also like to thank Dave Hauss, head lighting director for Cee Lo Green, for thinking of Image Engineering when planning the tour.
The Light Vector is fully compliant with CDRH standards. Pangolin Flashback, Cambridge Technologies 6215 scanners, and a universal hanging/floor stand bracket are standard equipment on every Light Vector.
For specifications and
more information regarding Light Vector laser projectors, please visit
For more information on the company Image Engineering Inc. visit
LaserTech Canada unveils a new line of inflatable laser projection screens and mesh screen surfaces
Custom designed for laser light show professionals, these all-weather units provide the ultimate solution for laser graphic and video projection. The seamless fire resistant mesh material allows for crisp and clear on-screen images, while the beams continue through creating stunning 3D-like atmospheric effects. Complete kit includes: Inflatable frame (19oz, UV resistant), screen, elastic cords (attaches screen to frame), ground stakes, tether lines and electric blowers (including 1 spare).
Screen surfaces (without inflatable structure) are also available. The high quality indoor / outdoor material has grommets spaced every 12 inches and may be attached / suspended from a trussing or cable.
For sizes and pricing information please visit LaserTech Canada's
New blue laser modules from Aixiz
AixiZ announces the availability of blue laser modules designed for
projectors and professional installation.
They are based on 445 nm diodes. There are three versions: 12VDC TTL, 12VDC analog
and a new 90-240VAC analog. The TTL model is $190, the two analog models
are about $230. The module features "improved optics" and is "in a
proper heatsink" with adjustable power output (normally preset to 450mw
but they can go up to the maximum capability of the diode which is
roughly in the 700-1000mW range). The size is approximately the same as
a 100mw 532nm module, at 2 x 2 x 5 inches.
For more information,
Record-breaking 66 watt laser projector from Arctos, Lightwave and Coherent
Arctos Lasertechnik (Germany), Lightwave International (USA), and Coherent (USA) have constructed a record-breaking full-color RGB entertainment laser projector. The new laser system is based on OPS laser technology by Coherent. It packs a whopping 66.2 Watts of full-color continuous-wave laser output in a compact, easy-to-use system. The beam profile is less than 3mm and has an irradiance of over 900W/cm2. This 66 Watt monster, using standard Cambridge 6215 scanners, is capable of full-speed 60k laser graphics and beam effects.
Applications include massive outdoor and stadium events where the power of older flashlamp YAG systems is preferred, but the artistic expression of the designer demands more than monochrome pulsed green lasers. Massive projections of logos or images on skyscrapers, mountains, or well-behaved cloud surfaces will reach new levels of brightness and impact.
The system is currently on tradeshow tour and was on display this weekend (October 22-24) at LDI 2010 in Las Vegas, NV. The LDI booth display also showcased a 12W 445nm OEM diode source, a 2.5W 640nm OEM diode source with < .65 mRad divergence, another 300 Watts of full-color RGB diode/OPS laser systems, and –yes– actual sharks with friggin’ laser beams.
[Note: In 1989 Laser Fantasy International created a laser projector
with an 84W full-color RGB beam, that featured a 0.17 mrad beam
divergence. This projector was based on older ion-laser technology; it
used 200 kW of electrical power, 200 liters per minute of cooling water,
and weighed two tons. It was designed for a long-throw outdoor show at
the Grand Coulee Dam in Washington State. A sister system was made in
1999 for Riverscape Park in Dayton Ohio. Obviously, the Arctos/Lightwave/Coherent
system's compact size and plug-in-the-wall ease of use show how far
laser technology has come in the last decade.]
LogoExpress turns artwork into laser, in 24 hours or less
As of January 1 2010, LaserTech Canada is offering a new service for all laser projector owners. For those who do not have time to create logos or for those who do not know how to create logos, LaserTech will create them for you. Since many laser shows are booked last minute, this service will help ease the panic of preparation. As well, the "playback only" type users will benefit from the ability to sell logos to their clients and have them professionally prepared by LaserTech. Still shots may also be created from other various forms of artwork. This cost-effective service offers a quick turnaround of usually 24 hours or less.
Clients love to see their logos clean, clear and bright ! Click here for more information & pricing: http://lasertech-canada.com/Logo_Express.php
ILDA Members receive a 10% discount
months of development, testing and constructing, the new showlaser line
is finally here: The “Infinity” showlaser systems where designed to
outperform under the best of the best showlaser systems available on the
planet. Its sophisticated mechanical and technical design makes it the
top of high impact laser entertainment systems, and its numerous
features offers almost any kind of setup possibility for any laser
the March 2007 Frankfurt Prolight + Sound trade show,
the latest technology in RGB (full color) solid state laser projectors:
the electronic adjustment of single color´s convergence over long
distances. This new technology was filed for a patent a few months ago
by MediaLas. It is now available in all
Mystiqe Evolution projector models from 2W to 4W output power.
LALS: A new large-angle resonant scanning system
essentially new large-angle high deflecting frequency laser beam
scanning system (LALS) has been developed by ILDA Member
New Laser Scan
Technology. LALS can be applied to laser image, video and TV
projection, display technologies, laser copying, scanning and printing
systems, optical communications and data storage, laser security, night
vision and navigation systems, metrological systems and to other laser
Three new projectors from
Accurate INOX waterproof: A laser projector developed especially for outdoor and underwater laser projections. The high value stainless steel housing perfectly protects the internal electronic and optical components against rain- and spray water, sand, mist, fog and so on. All connection cables (optical fiber, signal line and power supply) are embedded in a flexible plastic hose. The attractive design, the simple but versatile handling as well as the robustness against weather effects make this laser projector the first choice for applications out of doors, on yachts and cruise ships, in damp environments, but also in the dusty surroundings of a desert. Features:
For more information, visit www.laseranimation.com/links/inox_link.html.
New laser show subscriptions from Spectrabeam.de
shows for Pangolin LD2000 systems, on an ongoing basis? Get a
subscription from Spectrabeam.de!
TrueBlue laser from DMXLASER
TrueBlue uses a 473nm blue laser source, for projections, animations, beamshows and other laser special effects. It is available in various output powers from 150 mW to 1 W. Beamwidth is <2 mm, divergence is <1.0 mrad, mode is TEM00 (true gaussian beam profile). The graphics scanners are "24 to 30K". There is an ILDA-style DB25 connector so that the projector "can be connected to any ILDA compliant software/interface." For more information about the TrueBlue, including pricing, click here. (Announcement added July 28.)