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    Cool Deadmau5 - Cthulhu Sleeps (Live From Brixton) Anyone see this in person?

    http://www.internetdj.com/video/77293



    A very nice visual set up for Deadmau5.

    Sick comes to mind... reminds me of DAFT back in early 90's

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    Sweet..... visuals very nice... love the red. Wish I had seen him.
    Wiki:The first visible wavelength laser diode was demonstrated by Nick Holonyak, Jr. in 1962.



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    Looks almost identical to when I saw him play at Creamfields.
    Was mighty good
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    oh creamfields..... back in 2002 i had my fair share of fun there

    lucky you uk people...
    "its called character briggs..."

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    yea he had the video cube and the led curtain at a gig i did lasers at over the summer(global dance fest redrocks Denver) so i got a close look at all the gear as it was loaded in and installed (they had lots of trouble with them) the curtain had to be brought all the way down due to wind and the cube kept bugging out so one of his guys had to go over and hit certain panels to get them to come back on (you know a little fonzi tap)
    unfortunately he did not want lasers for his set

    but we ran during infected mushroom and Paul Vandyke Kaskade and a bunch of others that i cant think of now and even with 2 X 40w laserscopes they were still hard to see at times because of all the leds and lighting and the fact that the air is too clean in denver plus high winds kept taking all the smoke out of the arena

    deadmau
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LkTM...eature=related

    Kaskade lasers dont kick in for a while
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xnm93...eature=related

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    Quote Originally Posted by VJ AIWAZ View Post
    even with 2 X 40w laserscopes they were still hard to see at times because of all the leds and lighting and the fact that the air is too clean in denver plus high winds kept taking all the smoke out of the arena

    Kaskade lasers dont kick in for a while
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xnm93...eature=related
    Good ol' LSCP's in action - me likes.
    Collimation looks pretty tidy on them *thumbs up*
    What did you get the divergence down to?
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    i dont know the specs on those 2 as they were subrented from another company

    it wasn't worth bring mine across the country (i would have had to rent a truck and then drive) so i flew out there

    but they were built for the guy i rented them from by dean of nightlite laser

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    Most excellent.

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