We have special lasers, that are different then lasers used at concerts because they have a beam divergence of 0.5 milliradians which is not common, so they can project great far away onto very big walls at night in the dark such as filing the outside surface of tall skyscraper, projecting onto mountain sides, and even projecting onto the surface of the clouds... if the clouds are laying lower then 1,500 feet ceiling height in the sky. For laser graphics, and laser logo projections, we wouldn't suggest being farther then about a 1/4 mile to "read" logos & words. Remember, a single laser can shoot 20 miles, as just a dot.
What kind of software do you use?
What are the different types of laser shows?
Then there are:
We do not do lights, nor sound systems, and we do NOT sub-rent or hire light & sound systems, or companies.
What are the steps in planning an outdoor laser show?
What are the programming steps in planning a laser show?
Depends on how complex & how much choreographed or pre planning you want.
How much stage prep time?
Depends on how complex, how many units, and how far the stage is from our vehicle parking. Some events have 50 lasers.
How much space is needed?
Lasers less then 50 watts are about 1x1x1 ft. They sit on tri-pods with a footprint of 4x4 w/ 3 legs that rise up to 13 feet. The units can also: sit on the ground, fly or stand on truss, clamp onto a beam, or lay on a roof.
The 50, 60, 70, & 90 watt outdoor laser units weigh 100 pounds, and are 3x1x1. They use a (2) two-tri-pod rig footprint which is about 6x4x4 w/ 6 legs, and again can sit on the ground, fly or stand on truss, clamp onto a beam, or lay on a roof.
How dangerous are lasers?
We are the most experienced laser company in the world, with licensed operators, and licensed equipment. We have NEVER HAD AN INJURY, NOT EVEN ONE TIME. We have performed more laser shows then the entire laser show industry combined total laser shows.
Louis Capet XXVI was formerly operating as P.A.W.N. LLC, specializing only in Laser shows & music. P.A.W.N. LLC became one of the longest operating "Laser" companies under the management of Matt Falcone after 1997 who incorporated them operating as partner and new owner of an older organization which may be 10 years older, originally operating Water-Cooled-Lasers on Amiga computers, ADAT magnetic tape, & synthesizers. During the turn of the Century, we produced up to 4 "water-cooled laser" shows a week w/ 3 phase electricity 480 volts at a lot of "festivals." That could total near 2,750 laser shows before the year 2002 when the technology changed from gas to crystals (diodes) for us. We were about one of the first 5 or so laser companies inside the USA doing water cooled gas laser shows on a "computer," of about maybe ten or so total laser companies in the USA, not including Planetariums, Disney World, etc.
Do you perform laser shows similar to fireworks?
Though, we do not sell lasers, but we are licensed to, the manufacturers license is one of the most difficult FDA licenses to acquire in the laser entertainment industry.
All of our outdoor laser shows are registered with the FAA.
Additionally, we are also licensed by the New York State Department of Labor, one of the only States in America besides Texas & Arizona to have individual licensing.
Furthermore, we also have the New York City Fire Department "Place of Assembly Safety Personnel" F04 Certification formerly known as a "Fire Guard."
What is the purchase price?
We do not sell.
99.99% of internet laser projectors are illegal in the United States and other Countries. Amazon.com bans the sale of any laser projector. The US Customs stops these laser projectors from entering the USA, but some systems still enter labeled as lighting equipment. Those projectors are rejected because they are missing critical safety features that are required in the USA and other Countries... Such as emitting IR infar-red invisible laser radiation from reflection onto or into the eyes or skin of people, missing internal beam shutters, missing external remote safety buttons, missing key switches, missing external laser emission indicators, missing safety stickers, and many more missing components. Some cheap illegal lasers as they are turned off, technically it is not turned off, it "may" go to IR aka infar-red, and with our light meters it still reads the same burning power levels as a visible laser. All of our Laser systems meet and exceed USA and International laser safety standards and regulations and come with multiple operators.