Were they scanning the audience?
Either way cool find.
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Good eBay link chloderic --very interesting. A lot of good items at reasonable prices. Thanks for sharing that German eBay page.This company is known to me from EBAY, while rummaging through I stop over their used and new equipment, there is also a lot of interesting things and you will know for sure that you get what you pay for.
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But something here LPS-Bax 28K RGB (28000mW RGB - LPS Lasersysteme) for EUR 23,800.00 is of course another league.
I'm not really familiar with laser shows in general, but it just seems like there would be miles of red tape to crawl through to be able to do something like that.I went to a concert back in the late 1970s where they used an argon laser to scan the audience. The beams were about 4 inches in diameter and very eye safe. It was a great effect back then, but it was done in 488nm only. My point is audience scanning shows have been around for a long time and are nothing to eek about.
Yes, it looks like even the camera took a few direct hits, as well as people in the audience being visually illuminated by the laser show.Were they scanning the audience?