DJ Chris Poynter provided lighting design and sound reinforcement for Passion & Performance Arts Inc.’s annual spring dance showcase and afterparty. This was not your average setup, however. Located in a large hotel ballroom, the setup included a twenty foot truss on one end of the room with two X-Laser...
How much fun can we have with 8 5 watt lasers and a little circle truss? We find out with LD Mike Chappell of Dark Matter Tech as he shows off some timecoded shows he programmed and a bit of busking on his custom MA onPC setup. Mike is awesome enough he'll be sharing his show file with everyone, we'll be making it available for download here in a few days.
DJ Chris Poynter is lighting up the dance floor with his Skywriter HPX M-2 running on ADJ Lighting's MyDMX 3.0. Looking good Chris!
How bright is a 20 watt laser on the wall? The answer as always is "it depends" but instead of just explaining it, here's a quick video to show you how much the ambient light level affects laser brightness.
Want a laser you can use no matter what the lighting conditions? Then watch this product announcement video and get the 4-1 on the latest product from the team at X-Laser. Do it with the lights on!
We were honored this week to be a part of the moving lights and laser showcase at Living Streams Church presented by the amazing team at 5 Words Media. Ben Spellman set up a Skywriter HPX M-5 which proved to be the perfect complement to the Elation Dart 360 movers. Check...
Pangolin’s Quickshow is one of the most popular laser control software systems in the world, and its Quicktrace feature is a favorite tool for help creating custom graphics displays. Continue reading for 10 quick tips for using Quicktrace in Quickshow, and for projecting graphics in general
During the weekend of Jan. 22, 2016, the Washington, D.C., metro area (and X-Laser HQ) experienced a historic snowstorm, with some areas receiving as many as 36 inches of snow in just over 24 hours. We saw this as an opportunity to put our Skywriter HPX to the test in a rather extreme scenario. Check out the full story!
The crowd gathered in the streets to watch the glistening ball drop to welcome the new year. This was not Times Square, though — this was Baltimore. In the heart of the city between the Baltimore Ravens’ M&T Bank Stadium and Horseshoe Casino, X-Laser projectors generated vivid laser effects to help create the atmosphere for Baltimore’s first New Year’s Eve ball drop (click here for the video!).