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Electronic Zoo – Snakes with Lasers!

2016 marked the 17th year of the famous Electric Zoo here in the United States. Approximately 100,000 fans gathered together on the ‘Wild Island’, aka Randall’s Island Park, to experience the electric urban jungle that overtakes New York City. The festival rang true to its promise of “new stage designs inspired by larger-than-life animals and the thrill of...

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QS 3.0

QuickShow 3.0 – The World’s Easiest Laser Show Software

QuickShow has been the world’s leading laser show software for several years, providing thousands of clients around the world with extremely powerful, yet easy to use laser control. With the release of QuickShow 3.0 (which is a FREE update for all Pangolin clients), we have further expanded the program’s functionality, while still retaining the...

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Microsoft Windows 10 Logo

The creation of the new Windows 10 Hero Desktop Image incorporated blasting lasers, billowing fog, and falling crystal dust to develop the stunning look that you will see rolling out soon, with all new Windows 10 based PC’s that are sold. When Microsoft decided they needed a radical new desktop image for the Windows 10 operating system they enlisted...

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Salt Mine Heilbronn

The Mining Museum in Heilbronn, Germany wanted to create a multimedia show inside of their mine, to present their “old drifts” in a new and artistic way. So the team at HB-Laser was brought in to implement the entire project. Being that this salt mine is located underground and lacks a lot of the conventional electrical infrastructure needed to create a...

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LASORB BLUE data sheet

Laser Projectors need LASORB

Ever wonder why your laser projector or modules fail short of their estimated lifespan? One of the main causes of premature death of your laser equipment is likely electrostatic discharge (ESD) or a power surge. Check out this video, which discusses LASORB – a very small, affordable component, that your laser projector manufacturer can build into the...

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