Happy Halloweekend 2016! We’re celebrating by giving you a FREE Halloween laser graphics show to use with your laser systems. Download the show file here!
Interested in laser effects for your lighting rig, attraction or DJ setup but don’t know where to start? Check out our FREE guide with 10 tips for how to get started using high-power laser systems.
We’re back at it again for another Freebie Friday! Check out what we’re giving away this time! This free logo pack includes 12 new social media graphics for Quickshow XL or Beyond software.
Many of those who are interested in laser lighting end up staying away from laser systems because they are intimidated by what they have heard about laser or simply don’t understand the basics laser lighting. Our free, detailed FAQ will help clear up just about any question you may have – check it out!
Laser projectors contain advanced optical components and sensitive electronics. Taking proper care of your laser projector can help it perform better and last longer. Check out this detailed writeup (and video) including some simple steps you can take to keep your laser performing so your lighting rig keeps impressing audiences.
Interested in laser effects for your lighting rig, attraction or DJ setup but don’t know where to start? Here are 10 tips to know if you’re considering bringing your lighting to the next level:
One topic we’ve found that surprises many people who are interested in using laser is the necessity of fog or haze for aerial laser shows. Read on to see why you need fog or haze to get the most out of your laser setup!
We get asked all the time from people who are getting into custom laser shows and programming, “How can I run Pangolin software on my Mac if the programs are meant for PC?”
Here’s our third post in our series of educational content. For the first two posts, check out our Facebook page (click here). With laser projectors, there are two main methods of scanning a laser beam: stepper motors and galvanometer scanners. Here, we’re going to get into the basics of these systems and how they stand apart from one another.