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Aug 2018

LASERVISION Attractions Named in USA Today’s “10 Spectacular Laser and Light Shows”

USA Today has named two of LASERVISION’s largest spectaculars, ‘IMAGINE’ at Dubai Festival City and Hong Kong’s ‘A Symphony of Lights’, in their recent article featuring 10 of the world’s best “Laser and Light Shows Around the World.”

“We are thrilled for our spectacular creations to continue capturing a world-wide audience! To be the creators of the world’s largest spectaculars is an honour and having ‘IMAGINE’ and ‘A Symphony of Lights’ recognised as world-class attractions, year after year, is a strong testament to the significance of our installations and the longevity of their performances,” says LASERVISION’s Director of Marketing – Mr Matthew Tuey


Grand Opening of World Record-setting IMAGINE - Stardancer by Laservision

Grand Opening of World Record-setting IMAGINE – Stardancer by Laservision


LASERVISION’s latest attraction, ‘IMAGINE’, is a two-time Guinness World Record-setting attraction for “World’s Largest Permanent Projection Mapping” and “World’s Largest Water Screen Projection.” Launched in December of 2016, this amazing attraction continues to propel Dubai into the tourism spotlight with its spectacular immersive entertainment offerings.

Patrick Murphy, President of the International Laser Display Association (ILDA) contributes to the USA Today article saying of IMAGINE that, “Like most everything in Dubai, it’s over the top. It’s very new and draws throngs every night.”

‘A Symphony of Lights’, one of LASERVISION’s most successful creations, is “bigger and better than anything else,” Murphy says. Created in 2004 by LASERVISION and continuing to expand over the last 14 years, set a Guinness World Record for “World’s Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show” in 2006. The kaleidoscope of effects incorporated into ‘A Symphony of Lights’ include over 18,000 dynamic lighting fixtures and Stella-Ray Lasers producing thousands of high powered laser beams across Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour with popular viewing locations including ferries travelling to and from the city.


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