Thunderous applause, euphoric guests and amazed clients. Never before the approximately 2500 viewers of the Wirtgen Mineral Technology Days, coming from all parts of the world to Mulheim, experienced their working equipment in such a way. For 20 minutes everything was in motion in the purpose-built show arena: Artists descended from the sky, fought on the 32 m high tower of an asphalt mixing plant, plunged to the ground, speeded towards the audience or raged with furious fire acrobatics around the machines conquering the show arena with an impressing choreography. The audience just went crazy as a giant truck drove in, loaded with a jet-like asphalt burner and accompanied by artists with flame throwers.
3.500 people from more than 100 countries came to the "Wirtgen Group Technology Days". LOBO has been in charge for the creative and technical master plan with a team of approx. 50 specialists on-site. The “Parade of Innovations” stages the most innovative products of the Wirtgen Group in a mystic and spectacular ambience in combination with 13 fire-artists, pyros, fire effetcs, light and laser effects in front of a 120m long huge seating gallery accommodating all visitors. Especially for the parade a dedicated, asphalted show arena with respectable dimensions of approx. 120 x 70 m was created.
For the inauguration of the world’s largest paper machine for corrugated boards, LOBO created an integrated overall artistic concept consisting of various show blocks inside the gala tent and a giant outdoor multimedia show staging the 2,7 km long facilities: A female artist rises in front of the spectators in the air. She gracefully sparks off the fire in the power plant. Symbolized by a dazzling bright laser beam, the energy is transferred onto the main facility which then comes to life. What initially looked like the regular glass façade, suddenly turns into a stage of unbelievable events. Last but not least, the entire scenery sinks into a frenzy of light and colors in form of three-dimensional laser sculptures.
At exactly 2 a.m more than 80,000 enthusiastic spectators along Liberty Boulevard long for the highlight of the „Noaptea Alba“. Then the show begins: Like holograms the central landmarks of the city seem to float right in front of the audience in mid-air. Laser flashes break through the night, suddenly the spectators are surrounded by colorful, harmoneously moving athmospheric beam effects. Just seconds later massive fire balls dart up to 13m high in the sky. With each further minute of the show the euphory of the masses grows. After 3 encores, the spectacle ends about 45 minutes later.
In ten years, LOBO sets unforgettable highlights at the Halloween festival of the Europa Park attracting up to 45.000 visitors per day. What started as a laser + dancers show, finally became one of the most sophisticated and most spectacular multimedia shows ever performed in European amusement parks with Water Screens, video projections, musical fountains, stage fire effects, fireworks and up to about hundred performers on stage.
At the eye-shaped „Hemispheric“ LOBO inaugrated Valencia’s City of Arts and Sciences, one of the most impressing architectural projects of the decades, created by Santiago Calatrava. The giant multimedia performance using large-scale video and laser projections, hundreds of moving lights, laser beam projectors and tons of fireworks is known as one of the most spectacular laser shows ever made.
Due to the fire hazard by extreme droughts in Europe, LOBO staged with just 2 days of preparation an overwhelming laser spectacular to replace of the traditional fireworks show below the Vaduz Castle. Synchronized Laser Projections on the Castle and on the arts museum, as well as beam effects from the castle fascinated crowds in the valley.
A lot of celebrities attend the breathtaking performance to inaugurate Germany’s largest hotel resort in the Europa Park. Embedded in a show with fireworks, large-scale projections and hundreds of artists, LOBO lasers create atmospheric beam sculptures and abstract laser effects on the giant fountains in the center of the Roman-themed hotel.
With its “Summernights” weekends every year the Holiday Park provides unique show acts to its visitors, crowned by a giant multimedia show at the magnificent set of the Aqua Stadium. After experiences with other laser companies, the Holiday Park now relies for the third time in a row on LOBO as its partner for the multi-awarded and most spectacular laser performance of the German summer.
A project expanding physical limits. Question: “Is it possible to create giant projection on table mountain, the central landmark of Cape Town?” LOBO said “Yes” using as the first company in the world multiple high-end DPSS lasers of the new Coherent “VIPER” series.
It was the Polish version of Woodstock with a total of 400.000 spectators in front of the ruins of the Olszyn fortress. LOBO uses the world’s largest mobile show laser system and additional satellite laser systems to create dazzling atmospheric beam effects and hologram-like projections on a Jet Water Screen above the main stage. And as the lasers really have put their spell on the masses, LOBO is booked again two years later for a similar event on an airfileld with 500.000 spectators
Right in the heart of the Norwegian City of Bergen LOBO staged in cooperation with the Spanish multimedia artist Albert Ripoll I Coca a magnificent multimedia show with Spanish flair.
As the show took place on an artificial lake floating stages and catwalks have been installed for artists and equipment. Over distances of approx 300 meters a 57W Laser Truck® system created ultra-bright atmospheric beam effects or projections on a 30 x 15m Jet Water Screen® in combination with video projections and large-scale fireworks displays.