A spectacular laser show that amazed the spectators was presented by the Swiss company Laserworld in course of Marseille’s inauguration as European Capital of Culture 2013 which took place on January the 12th.
Six RTI high end laser systems were placed on Mont Julien / Massif d’Etoile next to the commune Cadolive, 25 km north-east of Marseille. Their six single beams were shot in different directions and became visible over a distance of more than 18 km. One beam focused on the church Notre Dame de la Garde in Marseille, one on the highest building of Marseille, the Tour CMA-CGM, and a third one straight over the city of Marseille. The other ones tended to the television transmitter L’Etoile in the Massif d’Etoile, to the commune Belcodène further north-east of Cadolive and a last one to a Metro station near Belcodène.
Laserworld applied laser systems out of the company’s well-appointed rental pool in Lengwil-Oberhofen, Switzerland, where the head office is situated. In use were four RTI NANO 6 RYGCB 35R systems, one RTI NANO G 72R and one RTI PIKO G 24R. Due to their high power, beam accuracy and their waterproof housings the RTI systems are particularly suitable for outdoor use and sky laser shows. As a rental system special emphasis should be placed on the RTI NANO G 72R: with its power of 72 watt, its excellent beam shape and divergence it is the perfect laser for every high end application.
Similar sky laser events were arranged by Laserworld in the past, for example two shows over Lake Constance in 2012 as well as others. Find furhter references here: http://www.laserworld.com/
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