LASER IMAGES, INC.
Laser Images, Inc. is universally recognized as the pioneer of the laser entertainment industry. Its trade name LASERIUM® is known worldwide, where LASERIUM has played to over 20 million people in 45 cities on five continents - LASERIUM is synonymous with laser entertainment and has become a cultural icon, appearing in diverse popular media such as Spiderman Comics, The Simpsons, David Letterman's Late Show, the Tonite Show and People Magazine.
The list of celebrities who have experienced and enjoyed LASERIUM Shows is pages long and includes Cher, Bruce Springsteen, Robin Williams, Steven Spielberg, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, etc., etc. Regular LASERIUM patrons have run the gamut from kindergartners to pensioners and everyone in between. The unique combination of good music and dazzling laser imagery has strong appeal for all demographics, and easily crosses cultural and language barriers.
Laser Images, Inc., was incorporated in the State of California on February 23, 1971. Corporate headquarters are located in Van Nuys, California, 22 miles north of Los Angeles International Airport and overlooking the Van Nuys Airport facility. The company leases 8,000 square feet of offices and manufacturing space.
In addition to the world-famous LASERIUM Laser Shows and manufacture of laser projection systems for worldwide clients, Laser Images provides laser special effects for television and motion pictures, trade shows and conventions, touring companies, theme parks, and other special event productions. The founder and president of the company, Ivan Dryer, was the first two-term president of the International Laser Display Association of which Laser Images is an active member. He is currently serving on the Board of Directors of ILDA and was the first recipient of its Career Achievement Award. Laser Images played host to the 1991 ILDA General meeting in November of that year. Also, as part of its continued interest in dome theaters and large format film projections, Laser Images is an active corporate member in the International Space Theater Consortium and the International Planetarium Society.
Currently in development are innovations that will mark the next generation of multimedia display technology and position LASERIUM at the forefront of immersive entertainment in the Third Millennium. This affords Laser Images a broad overview of cutting-edge display technology and renders it uniquely qualified to serve in all capacities required for any display application.
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