Types of Laser Fountains
A wide variety of effects can be achieved using laser fountains. Varying the placement of the lasers relative to the fountains gives an unlimited number of visual and spatial designs.
Here are some of the fountain effects that Laser Spectacles, Inc. has experimented with:
"Stream" : a single point source of water pressure, holding together (not breaking up into drops). An unadorned garden hose is a stream source.
"Sheet" : a linear source of water. Rather than being simply a point, the source of water has the dimension of length so that the water emanates as a sheet, like a sheet of paper.
"Spray" : a point source of water in which the water is forced under pressure into some kind of nozzle that breaks it up into multiple drops or droplets.
"Fog" : a spray that is fine enough to float suspended in air.
"Flower" : multiple streams of water emanating at different angles from a central point.
"Tower" : a column of water shooting straight up. Heights can vary from a few inches to 100 feet.
"Waterfall" : streams and/or sheets of water cascading from a source down into a pool.
"Screen" : a 180? spray of water designed to be as thin as possible in order to allow laser or film projection to form a graphic image.
Water Screen with Laser Projectors
Item Code : CDI-WSLP
- Plug and Play
- Noise free operation
- Design for wall or ceiling installations
- RF remote control with in-line switch for convenience
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