Lighting designs – Vermont interactive lasers

Are you looking to make your upcoming event momentous? A laser light show is the answer. Full color lasers bring a fantastic intensity to your production, and make the mundane magnificent. Whether you are setting up an art installation, trade show, private party, theatrical show, convention or corporate event, we can perfectly integrate a custom laser production into your program. Now is the time to turn up the energy of your event – contact us.

Creative to the core, production, sales, rentals and more

We are constantly pushing the envelope of what is achievable in visual art. Our hybrid installations combine RGB lasers with video mapping, giant LED video walls and custom stage designs. These interwoven components can be controlled in real time by our proprietary software to unlock audience interactivity, robotics, surround sound and mixed media. Our team can build any needed content from design to 3D animation and motion graphics. In addition, we offer RGB laser sales, consultation, installation and training services in Vermont. If you need to purchase lasers for your facility, we can help.

Give us a chance to knock your socks off

No matter what you envision for your event, we can help you realize it. Our master laser artists can assist you in crafting your vision and execute a plan. You can trust us – we’ve been producing mind-blowing results for our Vermont clients for years. Take a look at some of our work HERE. If you can envision it, we can build it. If you have any questions, call us:

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.