Thank you to the PLSN team for talking to us about our direct console control of lasers via Mercury! A word from our President, Adam Raugh:
“As a long time reader of PLSN it’s a huge honor to not only be mentioned but to be interviewed as someone helping to move the industry forward. Thank you so much to Jim Hutchison and the PLSN team for having so much faith in X-Laser’s mission.”
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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!).
X-Laser supplied the laser projectors and custom content to create a 20-by-40 foot outdoor digital laser sign visible throughout the city. The goal was to project laser images visible all the way from Interstates 95 and 395, with each highway more than a mile away from the venue. X-Laser achieved this goal by using one Skywriter HPX unit and one 6-watt Defiant unit.
When the lights go out in the Energy Solutions Arena, home of Utah’s NBA team the Utah Jazz, the crowd expects something spectacular. The home opener for the Jazz has become a show as much as it is an event, where the starting lineup gets introduced, the crowd gets psyched up, and the new season launches. Each year, the Jazz set up a display featuring spectacular indoor fireworks, intelligent lighting, and a floor show. This year, the Jazz wanted something even more special. Through their partnership with Oasis Stage Werks, which provides the Jazz with equipment and consulting services, the team decided to bring in a a laser show.