Lighting designs – Wisconsin interactive lasers
Are you looking to amplify your next event? A laser light show will positively make it happen. Full color lasers bring a magical depth to your production, you’ll go from mundane to magnificent. Whether you’re setting up an art installation, convention, corporate event, trade show, private party or musical performance, we can perfectly integrate a custom laser show into your event. It’s time to crank up the energy of your event – contact us!
Complete and unrivaled event visual solutions
We are perpetually pushing the envelope of what is possible in visual art. Our hybrid installations integrate RGB lasers with giant LED walls, video mapping and original stage design and fabrication. These interwoven components can be controlled in real time by our proprietary software to unlock rich media, robotics, surround sound and audience interactivity. We can easily build any needed content from design to 3D animation and motion graphics. In addition, we provide RGB laser sales, consultation, installation and training services in Wisconsin. If you need to purchase a laser system for your facility, we can make it happen.
Working with you to create a masterpiece
No matter how you see your event unfolding, we can help you realize it. Our expert laser artists can assist you in crafting your vision and implement your plan. You can trust us – we’ve been producing jaw-dropping results for years in Wisconsin. Check out some of our work HERE. If you can imagine it, we can create it. If you have any questions, give us a call:
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