Laser Lights and Strobe Lights at Guitar Center:
If you’re looking for the fastest way to take your venue from run of the mill to running the table, laser effects and strobe lights are your ticket. From single color laser beams to multicolor 3D artworks, today’s laser effect technology makes just about anything possible, and it’s never been easier to use. Automated light fixtures, also known as moving head fixtures, are designed to replace multiple lights manned by lighting technicians. When pre-programmed as part of a complete music or theatre show, moving head fixtures provide a flawless, repeatable and perfectly coordinated display.
While moving head fixtures can be controlled in many different ways, the most common is Digital Multiplex, or DMX. To control the venue’s lighting, each fixture is assigned a block of DMX channels. Read More...
A central brain then transmits data on these channels, which the intelligent lighting fixture interprets as value settings for one of its many variables. These variables include color, pattern, focus, prism, pan (horizontal swing), tilt (vertical swing), rotation speed, and animation. Some lighting software provides a rendered preview of the output produced by the lighting rig, once fixtures are connected to the program or console. This allows programmers to work on the show without needing access to the arena, theater or stage.
To get the most out of your laser or strobe aerial effects, consider adding one or more fog machines. Fog machines suspend a water-based mixture into the air, creating the perfect canvas for colored lasers, intelligent lighting and strobes. Close