Laser Starfield Projector transforms a Cub Scout Arrow of Light ceremony
Posted on January 28 2013Photos and story from Lasers and Lights.com customer Robert Alexander I mostly use the bliss (Sprite) light for scouting. As I do a Cub Scout Arrow of Light ceremony's, which is the highest award in cub scouting. The lighting effects I need for a star filed campfire night time sky inside a building cannot be created any other way. I will be incorporating the new Bliss 15 I just bought from you into the dream sequence of this program, since it will be replacing my smaller less powerful laser star projector. If I can remember I will pass along a photo of that event. Because with a few other props. It does make it look like you are right in the outdoors. As a side story that I was told from another person at our party that I learned yesterday. When we set up the lights for our party we kept the main center lights on until most of the people had arrived, which mostly dimmed the starfield effect. A that point we dimmed all the main lighting so that the stars were slowly illuminated. The effect of doing that to the small children made it almost magical in their eyes. The oohs and awes and comments of the children , such as ...the stars are coming out! Were priceless. But I was too busy to notice the magic moment. Maybe next year.