This week’s blog post features our next installment of our specialized laser color blog posts, this time spotlighting the very unique purple laser! On the same level as the blue in terms of being a “newer” style laser the purple is probably the least common laser you’re bound to see at any style of event or concert.
Not being used up to its full potential we feel it’s finally time to start to blog regularly. Like the introduction blog stated we still plan to have lots of informational blogs about the different laser types, colors and strengths but we also feel it could be beneficial to give regular experience posts as well, posts on having to deal with different events and hands on time with different lighting.
Green lasers are the original when it comes to laser entertainment, they had been the first lasers developed and used in the entertainment scene and have grown quite the reputation since. When people think laser lights the first thing that naturally comes to mind is a green laser show, and there are reasons for it. Green laser shows can represent some of the best and most extreme laser shows in the world.
For the first specialized article introducing a particular style of lasers I felt blue would be the best start. Blue lasers are easily crowned the most prestige and rare color of all the lasers out there. They're a relatively new technology to hit the mainstream laser market and are blowing peoples minds thousands at a time.
Here's to introducing a new part of the site that will help in providing
information about lasers in matters such as the different kinds of laser lights
out there, comparing differences and advantages between them, and of course resources
to help you in deciding which laser might work best for you.