Posts Tagged ‘projector’

[Lasershow] 100th Video Celebration: Parting Ways [HD]

Sunday, October 24th, 2010

Well, here it is – the long-overdue celebration thing!

The music is by my brother (steeeven1, on YouTube), and is the end of a longer song called “Parting Ways” (or, as he named it on YouTube, “Hairy Saliva“, although I refuse to call it that…). Despite the name, I don’t intend to disappear any time soon. ^^;

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The beam-show part and the graphic (text) part were recorded separately and overlaid in editing, because I didn’t want flickery beams. I used a sheet of organza fabric for the graphic part. This is the first laser show I’ve made. It took me 11 days. It’s being played on my own laser projector, which is why it looks so much worse than the previous laser show I uploaded (mine is nothing compared to Dnstje’s projector).

EDIT: YouTube’s darkened the entire video and made the blue text extremely hard to read. *Sigh* I made it blue in the first place because it was too bright otherwise… Very disappointed, but I’m in no mood to fix it now.

[Lasershow] Kotoko – Suppuration -core- (ThePDI) [HD]

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

This is a laser show created by ThePDI for Kotoko’s “Suppuration -core-”, played on Dnstje’s 40kpps RGB laser projector. We kind of overdid it with the smoke machine at one point (that thing is overkill for such a small room).

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The projector has a 400 mW red laser, 150 mW green laser and an 89 mW blue laser, although blue is barely used in this show. Having caused a lot of dead pixels on a previous camcorder of mine by having this projector shine directly onto its image sensor, I wasn’t going to risk it again. Therefore I recorded this show from slightly underneath the projector instead of directly in front of it (I was less than a metre away from it).

The song is from the I’ve Sound / Kotoko album “Re-sublimity”. I purposely did not overdub the song in high quality, so that people can’t use my video to rip the song from, because YouTube seems to be becoming more and more stringent.