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    Default Halloween show

    I did a Halloween show at my house last night for the trick or treaters. I took and king sized sheet and tacked it over my garage door and projected and 12 min show with sound effects on the back of the sheet so the image was visible on the other side. It worked great, here are some pics.











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    NICE.

    I consider that show to be enough treats for the kids. If I had been there I would not have asked for candy
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    SWEET!!! Nice shots!!! What type of modulation is that? TTL?
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    Yeah, it looks like TTL to me .
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    Quote Originally Posted by allthatwhichis
    SWEET!!! Nice shots!!! What type of modulation is that? TTL?
    The green is TTL the red and blue are analog. The green will be soon.
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    Wow, Fred! Awesome!

    I think I'm going to give that "sheet trick" a shot the next time I set my projector up. It sure looked great! (Color mixing looked really good too.) I'm sure the neighborhood kids were impressed.

    Adam

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    Cool, looks good..I too did a Haloween laser show for the 145 kids on my street. Shot beams out over the Neighbourhood and had graphics on the grage across the street... I could hear kids all night " WOW, You should see the laser house its the best!!!""

    Interewsting though, after about 2.5 hrs of show over and over, my green laser went to about 1/2 power.... Seems to be back at full power now... Not very hot either.. Hmmm.. Wonder what was up with that?? Any Speculations? Ideas?
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    Astroguy,

    Cool show! We just did our Halloween show in our garage again this year. We did it 3 years in a row, then took a 2 year break. After the show, we cloased the garage and did a couple beam shows for whoever was still around. It really does grab people's attention! My old neighbor in Clermont says that Halloween just isn't the same without the laser shows anymore! Just curious, what software are you using?

    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by DZurcher
    Astroguy,

    Cool show! We just did our Halloween show in our garage again this year. We did it 3 years in a row, then took a 2 year break. After the show, we cloased the garage and did a couple beam shows for whoever was still around. It really does grab people's attention! My old neighbor in Clermont says that Halloween just isn't the same without the laser shows anymore! Just curious, what software are you using?

    David
    I use Mamba Black
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    Did you draw the frames yourself or where did you get them?

    Jim

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