Advanced Laser Show Designer's Workshop
LVR Limited are pleased to introduce a unique hands-on practical workshop for designers
and operators of laser effects wanting to produce effects that create safe exposure levels for audience illumination.
The one-day session is designed to follow on from the knowledge gained from the
successful Professional Laser Operators Course, for those who are keen to present effects
such as safe audience scanning to their clients. The workshop explores a variety of
techniques for achieving exciting safe laser effects, with participants gaining direct hands
on experience of designing effects, taking measurements, and evaluating exposure safety.
The workshop considers the use and assessment of a range of different types of laser effects, ranging from traditional galvanometer-scanned effects, diffraction gratings and using Pangolin Safety Scan lenses. In each case, participants are given the opportunity to test and evaluate the laser exposure of such devices; and using some of the latest available techniques - including Pangolin Beyond and the LVR scAn software, and ways to make laser effects safer are tested.
Audience Scanning for Laser Show Designer's Workshop
Next Course date : Please contact us for further information
Hunton Park Hotel, Nr Watford, Hertfordshire (close to M25 Junction 19/20 and the M1)
During the workshop, we combine theory with practical examples of many of the topics; this approach allows you to gain valuable knowledge and insight into what is necessary to perform safe and enjoyable laser displays. The workshop is designed and presented by James Stewart, recognised as a leader in assessing and evaluating laser effect emissions in the entertainment industry.
Key topics of the workshop
- Review of Laser Units and MPE Fundamentals
- Discussion of the different types of MPE that must be considered
- Projector & Laser Effect Characteristics
- Scan-fail Detectors
- Measurement Devices
- Measuring Laser Effects
- Review of the day
Who should Attend
The workshop is designed for people that already have some previous knowledge and experience in laser shows. The workshop takes steps further than any other laser safety course offered, so for participants to gain the most from it, all attendees must have first attended the standard Laser Display Safety Training Day. This prerequisite ensures that everyone is equipped with the knowledge required to develop the necessary skills further during the workshop.
You do not need to own or bring a laser power meter, you will be shown how to use the meters and other instrumentation that is available during the workshop. If you have your own meter however, you will be welcome to bring it along to learn how to maximise its potential.
£395 (+VAT) per person.
The price Includes a printed workshop manual and a certificate of attendance.
The course runs from 09:30hrs through to 16:30hrs, with welcome tea/coffee, lunch and refreshment throughout the day.
Email us today to register your interest on this advanced workshop training event.