So what is so special about lasers and what can they do to add a different dimension to your important event?
Laser light is a coherent light source which means that the visual impact of the single beam even when split into multiple beam formations retains a sharp edge which cannot be matched by conventional lighting. These beams can be manipulated into a variety of visual effects, structures, graphics and logos. All these different effects are able to be choreographed to music of your choice. Lasers are a very effective alternative to pyrotechnics where noise and safety requirements have ruled out the use of fireworks.
What can you do with our company logo to liven up a presentation?
Logos or text can be made to grow from a tiny point into the full logo in a variety of colours and then be made to rotate, spin or grow, shrink or “morph” into different forms, perhaps to highlight changes such as rebranding, add subsidiary company names or introduce promotional graphics relating to new product launches.
I’ve seen the Bond films so are lasers dangerous?
Health and Safety is of paramount importance and our experienced crew comply with current legislation and liaise with venues and local authorities to ensure that your event takes place without incident.
Can these effects be projected onto any surface?
Technically yes, but in reality no. The reason for this is that uneven surfaces are not laser friendly so for corporate applications we often use standard projection screens or when the element of surprise is needed, we can provide motorized screens which come in and out as and when required.
How can I use lasers to reveal my new product more dynamically?
By using spatial laser effects combined with theatrical smoke, the product being launched can be concealed by light then revealed very dramatically, this can be particularly effective with large items such as cars.
These are a few of the most commonly asked questions by event organisers and clients but if there is anything else you would like to know, just give us a ring on 01438 869005 to discuss your requirements or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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