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How to make live laser shows

HOW TO CONTROL LASER SHOWS Live laser shows Live laser shows are perhaps the most popular way of controlling a laser show. You see these often at festivals, nightclubs, and similar events and they ...

How to make preprogrammed laser shows

Pre-programmed laser shows Pre-programmed laser shows are perhaps the second most popular type of laser show you will see. These are common on large scale musical tours, and corporate events (where...

How to draw in laser

Laser graphics, logos, text and abstracts (as shown below) are some of the nicest things that can be projected when running a laser light show. They have also become an essential part of many laser...

How to make standalone laser shows

Stand-Alone laser shows A stand-alone laser show, is one where the show “runs itself”. Stand alone laser shows can consist of laser beam and aerial effects, laser graphics, and laser mapping effect...

Multiple lasers – shared and independent control

In this post, we’re going to answer two of the  most common questions client’s have, about controlling multiple laser projectors… How do I control multiple laser projectors at the same time? How d...

Understanding zones and working with multiple lasers

When ever we are talking about laser output with Pangolin software, we are also talking about Pangolin’s exclusive ILDA-Award-winning Projection Zones technology, which allows to use separate proje...

Creating safe laser shows

Introduction to laser safety The popularity of laser light shows has risen exponentially over the past few years. Many experts now believe that the laser light show industry is on the verge of beco...

Laser Classes

Laser classifications There are different classes of laser projectors, and those classes have different rules and regulations associated with them in different parts of the world. In the laser ligh...

Audience Scanning Safety

Audience Scanning – Considered by many to be the “holy grail” of laser effects, audience scanning is where laser light is intentionally projected directly into an audience area, allowing people to ...