Bliss 50 Laser Starfield Projector
Sale price $1300 from MSRP of $1445
One small box delivers the amazing effects of an animated "STARRY NIGHT SKY" to dark rooms, performance halls, homes and more! Thousands of brilliant green star-like beams glide gently in different directions across the walls, ceiling, and floor, while the textured blue cloud field appears windblown across a sky. White walls and ceilings illuminated by these laser lights become windows to space, watch surfaces disappear with these effects! The Bliss 50 is the most powerful projector of BlissLights' entire series! To purchase this projector add to your cart below. Also available as a rental.
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The Bliss 50 is the projector that started a magical series of Starfield projectors which are becoming famous for projecting a Starry Night Sky for homes and events across the nation. Generating an enormous universe of stars over a blue nebula cloud field, this laser light wows spectators. Popular with DJs, Night Clubs, event producers, wedding planners, landscape architects and home owners, the Bliss 50 laser display produces an amazing effect! This is the most powerful unit we offer outside of custom-made laser projectors. Aimed toward a forest or garden landscape, moving beams appear to be fireflies dancing through the leaves and branches of trees and shrubs, creating a magical effect that is out of this world!
Beams radiate at 160 degrees from the lens on a Bliss 50 laser projector, covering all surfaces from immediately in front of the unit to hundreds of feet away. Cloudfield effects project at about 45 degrees from the lens so an will cover a 12-foot round area when projected from the floor onto an 8-foot ceiling. The farther the distance is between lens and projection surface, the wider the circle of cloudfield will be, with effects reaching 40 to 60 feet away before distinct cloud definition fades. Ambient lighting diminishes laser lighting effects! Use your projector in dark areas for the best results. Bliss 50 laser projectors are equipped with newly developed laser and LED lighting elements and feature Multiphase High Resolution Holographic Optical elements on synchronous motors. Patented and carefully tested, units are CDRH/FDA approved for safe viewing of laser beams for up to a few inches from lens. No variance or permits are needed for use in public settings.
Compare Laser Starfield Projectors:
~ The Bliss 50 Laser Starfield Projector is the most powerful model and has more complex dual optic lens so it generates more bright laser starbeams in the most complex random patterns over an adjustable windblown blue nebula cloudfield.
~ The Bliss 15 is very similar but with less complex single optics and less laser starbeams, where the geometric patterns are more obvious at times. The coverage is similar to the Bliss 50 but with less saturated with beams.
~BlissBlue Laser Starfield Projector uses a Blue Laser to create thousands of blue laser beams over a blue cloudfield.
~ Laser Stars Laser Twilight Starfield Projector is the least powerful or complex one of the series. Pattern has a brighter central north star that all of the star beams move around. Projects at a 90 degree spread from the lens and covers about 20 foot circle of starbeams with a central blue cloudfield of about 8', when projected from a floor to an 8 foot ceiling. Uses a cooling fan so you can hear it in operation. 4 hour auto shut-off.
~BlissLights SKY is the newest product from BlissLights and features moving beams, moving cloud, quiet operation and one year warranty. Starfield and Cloudfield intensity are both adjustable.
~ Spright outdoor Starfield Projector uses the same optics and power of laser as the Bliss 15 but the beams are not moving.
~ LS20G outdoor Starfield Projector uses the same optics and power of laser as the Bliss 15 and the beams are moving like the Bliss 15.
~ Laser Wand - Laser Starfield Projector uses the same optics as the Bliss 15 with a smaller power output but still shoots beams up to 200'.
Battery Power option - These projectors are becoming more and more popular for use at festivals like Burning Man, EarthDance, Faerieworlds and others where ac power is not always available. For those of you planning to use your lights away from an AC power connection, you will need an ac power generator or an inverter that delivers a pure sine wave, not a quasi sine wave or modified sine wave. SeeTrue Sine Wave Inverters HERE that run off a cigarette lighter connection for use in remote locations.Model PST-15S-12A 150 Watt/surge to 300 Watt.
- Power consumption - Less than 30 watts, 110 volt AC; uses less electricity than a small incandescent light bulb.
- Dimensions include mounting bracket - 6.5 in. wide x 5.5 in. tall x 10 in. deep
- Laser diode power 50 mW
- Laser Classification 3R is safe for any use
- Maximum Laser Power -Single Beam- Less than 5 mw
- Laser Wavelength 532 nm - Bright Green beams
- Laser expected lifetime - more than 7000 hours
- Laser Optics - most complex dual holographic diffractive optical elements
- Laser operation cooling time - The Bliss Light projectors are silent with internal self cooling operation so they can run 24 hours a day without the need for a typical laser cool down time.
- LED Blue Nebula Cloudfield - 1 Watt - is fully adjustable by rheostat dial on the back from off to full power.
- LED Wavelength 455 nm - Royal Blue Cloudfield
- LED expected lifetime More than 100,000 hours
- Operating Temperature must be less than 86 degrees F and if below 60 degrees, the laser needs to warm up.
- Projection Coverage =160 degrees = 2.5 ft. of coverage for every 1 ft. of throw
- Maintenance free and serviceable
- UL Listed Yes
- Warranty 1 Year
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Here are photos from Burning Man big laser shows by the designer. This lighting projector design was created by our dear friend LaserRandy aka Randy Johnson after years of presenting big laser shows at Burning Man and other festivals. He designed the Starfield Projector as a night light for his daughter. When friends saw them he was encouraged to go into production in 2006 and make them for all! The enthusiasm has been building along with the product line ever since. Besides the models you see at lasersandlights.com, Randy is designing custom computer interfacing systems for big theme parks around the globe. If you have ever attended Burning Man you will remember seeing huge laser beams that shot from Emerald City in 2001 and Church of WOW in 2003. Beams are visible for miles projecting over the head of the Man in the center of the Playa. Now more and more of our lighting effects are being used at this enormous art festival each Labor Day in Northern Nevada.
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 16 February, 2007.