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Hi all,

Yesterday, I went to meet to client whom using laser.
He use the Lasergraph DSP.

I saw his system, connecting was good.
Laser visualization is working on LC.

However, he had a issue.
Recentry case of laser show is using with projection mapping.
LC laser visualization, the beam is beautiful, but the graphic when projected is very rough.
Recently, laser lines are often drawn on the edge of the building by laser, and if the projected line is thick, it is difficult to simulate.

Perhaps, I think the preview of Lasergraph DSP is being drawn on the LC. So, the line is rough.

Considering that laser will be used for projection in the future, thinking about the fineness of the projection line will become more important.

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K


Tue Sep 11, 2018 3:37 am
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Hi K, that is possible incorrect calibrated thickness.
Could you please make a test database for me to explore?
Thanks!

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Hi,

Thanks for your understanding.
However, it is difficult for me to get the Database folder from the customer.

This customer has just started LC, and uses scene like the attached image.
Applying the photo as a texture to the plane and irradiating the laser.
It was very simple.
In attached image I made similar to what the customer made, I assumed a building of about 15 m.

The customer seems to do a laser show in more bigger building.

As an example....
The following link is the movie of Vivid Sydney this year.

https://youtu.be/THXSVjQlR_M

From around 50 seconds, the laser will be irradiated to the building in the middle.
It would be nice to have the laser fineness for doing such a simulation of laser show.

Best regards,
K


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