Laserworld show laser systems in Bird's Nest in Beijing, gigantic laser show and multimedia show

Laserworld supplied laser systems for "Attraction" temporary multimedia show in Bird's Nest in Beijing, the former Olympic stadium. High power systems of RTI have been used with overall 158 W laser power
Bird's Nest "Attraction" multimedia show
Bird's Nest "Attraction" multimedia show
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Oct. 18, 2012 - PRLog -- The „Bird’s Nest” stadium has been the central symbol of the Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008. After the Olympic Games the general concept was changed from a sports stadium to a venue of versatile use.

This year the Chinese government decided to implement a temporary multimedia show, that uses the whole interior space as huge stage.  On 21st September 2012 the large scale show, called “Attraction” was staged at the Bird’s Nest. Six months of preparation were necessary to coordinate audio, video, LED, water effects, fire effects, pyrotechnics and lasers to a fantastic, emotional show.

The show incorporates Chinese as well as international influences. Not only spectacular effects make this show extraordinary but also the many actors and participants that enrich the story.

As the show generally aims for international visitors mainly, the organizers and directors relied on high end laser technology from Ray Technologies (RTI), a subsidiary of Laserworld AG. The precise laser systems emphase the emotions in the very scenes and integrate the spectators in the show by giving 3D-like impressions.

The challenge of such large scale project is to sustain the beam precision over the long projection distances to create the necessary effect, as these types of effects cannot be generated with conventional lighting solutions. Several 22 Watt NANO AT4 RYGB and two 35W NANO AT 6 RYGCB were used in the whole stadium and did atmospheric as well as graphics projections.

Software control has been done with Pangolin LD-2000 show controller systems. (

The project was managed by Beijing New Space on the laser end.

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