- How to make laser stage lighting look great for my shows?
- Using 3R projectors
- With haze or fog you should position the lasers
Application Of Stage Laser Light On Stage
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How to make laser stage lighting look great for my shows?
t's important to make your stage lighting lasers look as good as possible after you've invested in purchasing some. One of the main things that you'll need to do is make sure that you've got some haze or fog in the air. This is because without it, your laser display will only appear on the surface that it's beaming onto. So it wouldn't show up in the air. But, add some haze or fog and you'll see the fantastic laser lights shining in the air above your audience and around the stage area. Check out a great fog machine with LED lights here.
Using 3R projectors.
If using lasers in your performances combined with haze or fog it's best to keep the room as dark as possible. Doing so will make your laser display pop and be super vibrant. Any excess unwanted light will only dilute the vibrancy of your lasers, especially if you're using 3R projectors.
With haze or fog you should position the lasers
It's also advised that you position your stage lighting lasers behind the stage to ensure that the room will always be visually in focus that way. For maximum effect when using lasers together with haze or fog you should position the lasers to be at the opposite side of the audience viewing the display. Here's an example of a fog machine that also has its own LED controllable lights