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2012 NBA ALL-STAR Game

To really encapsulate the excitement surrounding the 2012 NBA All-Star game, PITTBULL along with the event coordinators of the Orlando Amway Arena obtained the help of veteran laser light show company Laser Production Network (LaserNet) to produce synchronized laser effects to match the energy PITTBULL was trying to create for the event’s halftime show. The team at LaserNet used their new, state of the art, 22W RGB ScannerPRO system along with their 10W RGB ScannerPRO’s to light up the 800,000 square feet Amway Arena, home to the local Orlando Magic basketball team. The laser effects were created by LaserNet programmer David Walker using Pangolin’s award winning LD2000/BEYOND software run via a Pangolin TC2000 SMPTE timecode reader. This was the first time LaserNet used their 22W RGB ScannerPRO’s with a Pangolin Systemon a nationally televised event, and the results were
spectacular.

Following the All-Star game, LaserNet President; Tom Harman was interviewed and quoted saying “This show was a real challenge with all of the video and other lighting on stage, but our systems clicked perfectly and punched thru to product the desired effect. I loved the gasp from the audience when the lasers kicked in!”

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The team at LaserNet used their new, state of the art, 22W RGB ScannerPRO system along with their 10W RGB ScannerPRO’s to light up the 800,000 square feet Amway Arena, home to the local Orlando Magic basketball team. The laser effects were created by LaserNet programmer David Walker using Pangolin’s award winning LD2000/BEYOND software run via a Pangolin TC2000 SMPTE timecode reader.

Laser Production Netowork (www.lasernet.com)


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