INDOOR LASER LIGHT PROJECTOR PHOTO GALLERY
Posted on July 03 2013
View spectacular examples below of BlissLights Laser Starfield Projectors below. Use the LasersandLights.com gallery for ideas on displaying projectors for your home, business, special venue or upcoming events! See our YouTube channel to watch laser projectors in action!
See how this single Bliss 15 projector completely transforms the walls and ceilings of this room into a view into infinite space. The laser starbeams are moving slowly in different directions with the wind blown blue nebula cloudfield gliding overhead as it gradually fades and thickens like real clouds. Like a movie screen, when you look at this projection on a white surface it disappears and you only see the depth of space due to the holographic lens creating this 3D effect.
Can you imagine how your next party will look when your ceiling is covered with slowly moving star beams?
Notice how a Bliss 15 or Bliss 50 covers this large room with laser beams, while the cloudfield shows up only on ceiling and walls. Turn your ceiling into space! LasersandLights.com offers the option to rent laser projectors for parties, weddings and special events. Check out our manual of suggestions for exhibiting laser light displays! Additional lighting was created by candlelight bulbs to prevent from drowning out the effect lighting. Any ambient lighting can wash out laser projector effects.
See how a Bliss 15 Laser Starfield illuminates the ceiling and walls but not the table and chairs. By mounting your projector on a wall or shelf facing the ceiling, and using foil tape you can control the spread of the beams.
The new Spright MOVE in Green or Blue Laser Starfields can make stunning indoor or outdoor displays.
See how any of the indoor or outdoor Laser Starfield Projectors can create this magical lighting effect in your home!
Experiment with mixing the 16 color Garden Accent Light with remote control to add colors over the Spright projectors for blended colors and effects.
Blending BlissLight Laser Starfield Projectors with BlissLights Cloudfield Projectors gives a variety of color that continues mixing as both projectors appear as "windblown" cloud fields overlapping. Also see Cloudfield Projectors and videos.
This enormous restaurant has a few Bliss 50 Laser Starfield Projectors evenly spaced to create a magical effect. In fact, it is much more spectacular in person than any camera can capture. Rentals start at $90+ plus shipping and Laser Twilight Laser Stars can be yours for only $159! Don't wait for your friends to show you what you are missing with these incredible projectors.
Notice how turning these chandeliers to a very low setting gives an orange glow which does not interfere with the Laser Starfield lighting effects.
BlissLights Laser Starfield lighting effects show clearly in this recessed portion of a ceiling where a BL50 projector is aimed. Lower portions of this room are dominated by a chandelier and other lighting sources.
See how an ordinary meeting room can be transformed with lighting alone!
Our largest and most complex Laser Starfield Projector, the Bliss 50, fills this hall.
Our Laser Starfield Projectors transform any space into an otherworldly environment.
A Starfield effect blankets the ceilings and walls to create an exciting backdrop to layers of special lighting and decoration.
BlissLights have been popular in theater settings and photography studios since they entered the scene.
Now the new Spright has become a popular indoor projector as well, even though it does not have the blue cloudfield effect.
Brides love the romantic touch of a starry sky effect for wedding ceremonies and receptions, especially for that first dance!!
The starry night sky across the ceiling of any nightclub and covering the dancers always transforms the experience.
Party goers find three dimensional laser light rays by using a hazer-type fog machine; creating endless amusement while trying to hold beams in place. 3-D rays of light are created when you add fog or haze to a room.
Special effects photos can be taken by adding fog, then using a flash or delayed exposure while the subject is in move
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