Vermont interactive laser lighting designs
Hoping to make your upcoming event a success? A laser light show might just be the card up your sleeve. Full color lasers add an amazing dimension to your event, transforming the mundane into sheer radiance. Whether you’re arranging an art installation, convention, private party, trade show, theatrical show or company event, we can perfectly integrate a customized laser creation into your event. Now is the time to turn up the potency of your event – contact us.
Masters of visual arts in Vermont
We are perpetually pushing the envelope of what is possible in visual art. Our hybrid installations combine RGB lasers with giant LED walls, video mapping and original stage design. These interwoven components are controlled in real time by our proprietary software to enable robotics, rich media, surround sound and audience interactivity. Our team can easily create the content you need from design to 3D animation and motion graphics. In addition, we provide RGB laser sales, consultation, installation and training services across Vermont. If you need to purchase lasers for your venue, you’ve come to the right place.
Establishing a legacy of collaboration and success
No matter how you see your event unfolding, we can help you realize it. Our master laser artists can help you develop your vision and implement your plan. You can count on us – we’ve been producing jaw-dropping results for years in Vermont. Check out some of our work HERE. If you can envision it, we can build it – guaranteed. Have any questions? give us a call: 888-995-3742
Vermont has been shaped by glaciers, Native peoples, the French and Indian Wars, the American Revolution and the Civil War. Vermont's rich cultural heritage is also a product of the thoughts and actions of Abolitionists, writers, religious leaders, intellectuals, and everyday people. Culture and art are abundant in Vermont. Museum resources in Vermont range from working farms to repositories of great art; from a famous fly fishing collection to a school built by the man reputed to be the first individual of color to graduate from an American college.