Lightwave International | Roger Waters
Lightwave International is a multi-talented production company specializing in dazzling laser light shows and laser special effects for the touring concert industry, festival, movies, television, corporate theater, marketing, and large-scale civic events. Sale and turnkey rental of laser projectors, laser accessories, cryo equipment, FogScreens, water screens, and other special effects is also offered.
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Roger Waters Mexico City and Desert Trip

About This Project

When Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters performed a series of concerts in Mexico City and at the all-star Desert Trip in October 2016, Lightwave International provided a show finale recreation of the iconic Dark Side of the Moon prism.


The former Pink Floyd member prepared for next year’s Us + Them tour and new album with a series visually spectacular shows including video projection on a recreation of the Battersea Power Station from Floyd’s Animals album cover and the iconic flying pig. The 2 1/2 hour set came to a climax with the song Eclipse from the classic Dark Side of the Moon album. Working closely with Water’s creative team, Lightwave designed a laser special effect re-creating the memorable album cover. Over 1000 watts of laser light beamed over the audience in a spectacular prismatic spectrum, highlighted by Jet Engine Fog Machines. The technology is based off Lightwave’s revolutionary Lixel fixtures, but on a much larger scale.


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