LaserCube - World's Smallest Laser Show Projector
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LaserCube is the world's smallest and first battery-powered RGB laser projector. The 3 pound, 4-inch cube combines powerful RGB lasers with high-speed mirrors to display animations.

The super simple software offers powerful tools for creatives, musicians, gamers, makers, coders, and DJs. Its beam can be focused to engrave images or ignite things. It’s truly the laser vector display designed for the masses.

Starting from            $499
 



 

 
 

 
 
An absolutely legendary toy to bring out at a party
A truly amazing little device

3 hour battery
weighs 3 pounds
1w pure diode
33k analog color

for musicians

Play the LaserHarp,
connect your midi instrument and more.

for vjs

Fully compatible with MIDI controllers,
sync with BPM and more.

for gamers

Dozens of retro arcade games,
relive the days of Vectrex.

for makers

Etch any design with its powerful beam,
and engraving lens.

for artists

Create laser art masterpieces,
with a stylus.

for guitarists

Connect any electric guitar,
with the MiGiC plugin.

for professionals

Laser map on any type of surface.

for engravers

With a full watt of power, add your
design to any surface.

for djs

Use LaserHarp as a midi controller.

for creatives

Elevate your photoshoot with lasers.

Laser Synthesizer

Laser Synthesizer

Will work with Radiator.

Maxwell Synth

Compatible with Maxwell Synth.

Modulaser

Compatible with Modulaser.

LaserShowXpress

Compatible with LaserShowXpress.


































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Model: Basic Pro
Power: 800mW 1000mW
Battery: 10,000 mAh 14,000 mAh
Blue: 500mW 700mW
Green: 100mW
Red: 150mW
Modulation: Analog 33kHz
Scan speed: >30,000pps @ 8 deg
Max Scan Angle: >32 degrees
Size: 10 x 10 x 10 cm
Weight: 1.4 kg
Voltage: 100 - 240V
Warranty: 1 year
Software: LaserOS Included
Safety: Features key, interlock, beam block, indicator LED. Complies with latest safety standard IEC 60825-1


Q. What is the difference between LaserCube and LaserDock?

A. LaserCube is battery-powered and portable, whereas the LaserDock is larger and requires a power cable. There are no other differences in the laser hardware or software. The LaserDock has a larger heatsink and is more suitable for permanent fixtures.

Q: How long can I run the LaserCube, is there a duty cycle?

A: There is no duty cycle. There is a built-in temperature sensor which shuts off the laser at 40C to protect the LaserCube from overheating.

Q: Do I need fog?

A: Only if you need to see the beam in mid air, IE beam shows. Ambient smoke or fog will also work.


Q: How do I ship or fly with my laser?

A: We recommend the EVA case for everyday carry and the Flight Case for multiple units and/or luggage and shipping.


Q: Where do I download the LaserCube software?

A: Download here: Windows, MacOS, and Android.


Q: How do I connect LaserCube to my PC, Mac, or Android device?

A: Use the included cables to connect the LaserCube to a USB-A, USB-C, or Micro-USB port.


Q: Does it work with iPhone/iPad?

A: No, it does not work with iOS.


Q: What’s the difference between TTL and analog laser color?

A: Only 7 colors are possible for TTL compared to 1000s of colors for analog lasers. LaserCube is full analog color.


Q: What are some safety tips?

A: Do not shoot lasers at people.The very bottom of the laser projection should at least 3 meters above the floor, so there is clearance between someone's head and the lasers. Laterally, there should be 2.5 meter distance.

As with all lasers, never allow any laser beam to enter the sky. Laser beams striking aircraft can blind pilots and is considered a felony offense in most countries.

We highly do not recommend scanning the crowd unless there is explicit permission granted from your government. Check your local laws first before using a laser in public areas / outdoors.


Q. What laser power is needed for larger venues?

A. 1W is good for small clubs and discos. 2-5W suit large nightclubs, and mid-sized events. 5W and up are used at large events, music festivals, concerts.


Q. At what distance is it safe to run through the laser projection?

A. There is no general value available to determine the safe distance (MPE). There are many relevant factors relevant: Scan speed, scan angle, scanned pattern, beam divergence, beam diameter, output power etc.

The IEC 60825-1 Laser Safety Regulation applies internationally. Do not allow emission in a public area to exceed laser class 3R.


Q: Is the LaserCube legal in the USA?

A: The LaserCube includes all required safety features per international regulations. In the US, every laser operator is required to obtain a user variance from the FDA. We are currently working with distributors who may be able to offer the LaserCube to the US market. Click here to stay informed.


Q: Is there anyway to reduce the power of the LaserCube?

A: The optional 20% Safety Lens accessory will reduce output power by 80%. You can also limit laser power by adjusting the laser power in the LaserOS app and setup safety zones.


Q: What is the size of the projected laser image?

A: The image size will be a 1m square when the LaserCube is 2m away, 2m square image when the LaserCube is 4m away, and so on...
There is no maximum range, but the apparent brightness will be reduced the larger the projection. It is recommended to use the LaserCube at half-zoom or less for better image quality.


Q: Do I need laser safety goggles?

A: No, you do not need laser safety goggles to view laser animations. You need eye protection when using the engraving and balloon popping features. Dark sunglasses would be effective at blocking out most of the light. An optional Safety Lens accessory will reduce laser output by 80%, this is useful for photography and videography.


Q: Do I need a laser dongle?

A: No dongle is needed for the LaserCube or LaserDock because the software is built-in.


Q. I cannot adjust the X / Y position of the laser projection.

A. It's not possible to adjust the X / Y position @ max zoom. Reduce zoom first.


Q. How can I use LaserOS software with my own laser projector?

A. If your laser projector has an ILDA input, you can purchase the LaserOS dongle here.


Q. Are there higher-spec laser projectors with LaserOS built-in available?

A. Yes, please check Magnum Lighting for more professional models.




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