Mirrors

Lasers and mirrors have a very intimate relationship. Laser light has a very small diffraction rate per distance which enables its refraction with mirrors. Mirrors are positioned in such way that the first mirror reflects the beam into second mirror and so on. As a result, you get a spectacular web of laser beams throughout the area. Besides reflective mirrors, that reflect the beam unchanged, Prolight offers its clients special mirrors which disperse laser light in different modes. So called grating effect enables a refraction of one beam into many beams that spread around the room in different directions or spread many beams in one line.

Mirrors can be included in almost any type of laser show and are mostly used in music beam and live shows. Mirrors play an important role in creating spectacular multimedia shows.