Laserscape Kassel 2007
The "Laserscape Kassel" was the world's first permanent laser light sculpture in public urban space.
For the first time in 1979, the light artist H. Baumann realized this project in cooperation with Ing. P. Hertha.
At that time, an Argon and a Krypton laser were installed, which required a comprehensive cooling system and an extra power supply.
As part of the 30th anniversary of the "documenta" in 2007 the project "Laserscape" was revived by H. Baumann.
We have supported the project by providing the required laser equipment. → More about 'Laserscape'
Photos © digitalfoto-welt.de
Installed laser systems: 2 BLITZ laser projectors 532 nm (5 W and 10 W) integrated in convenient outdoor boxes