Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche presented in his keynote on the occasion of the CES consumer electronics trade show Mercedes’ future vision of an autonomously diving car with a spectacular prototype, called „F 015 - Luxury in Motion“. LOBO developed especially for this show car a miniaturized laser projector, which has been integrated into the Mercedes star and which is capable of projecting a huge variety of information onto the road ahead of the car, as for example distance information and warnings to pedestrians or to other cars.
When it comes to large projections, be it on a giant building or even on a mountain, there is no alternative to lasers. LOBO lasers are currently used for high-impact advertisement all around the world, as for example in Egypt, Bahrain, Germany, Bangkok or China. LOBO Laser Billboards can easily mix pre-programmed content with permanently updated information (such as e.g. time, temperature,…) and can be fed with new information by multiple ways – even by SMS messages sent by mobile phones. Touring systems basing on the Laser Truck® series make even most demanding campaigns come true.
Built into a satellite flying below the ceiling, a fiber-fed projector highlights the position and status of cars and services on a giant map of the city center of Munich. This custom-made exhibit has been running day by day, 10 hours a day, for almost 15 years without any technical failure. Thanks to its fully automated concept, including the control of lasers and cooling, even laser tubes reached a typical lifetime of above 10.000 hours.
LOBO designed for BMW a trade show exhibit about the “F.I.R.S.T.” safety concept. Above a open real-size model of the 3-series a laser projection robot on a linear drive highlighted by means of laser light in a spectacular way the respective parts at the car which have been explained in parallel on a video screen. The exhibit was present at all big auto shows, including Frankfurt, Detroit, Turin and Paris.
At the visitor center of the world market leader in wood tooling systems, LOBO created a multimedia spectacular about the company’s history and innovations basing on lasers and panoramic slide projections. A LACON control system allows for a fully automated operation
In the main auditorium of the Schwäbisch Hall visitor center a laser projection robot can be lowered out of the ceiling projecting laser animations of their mascot at any point of the room and also on a panoramic ultra-wide video screen in front of the spectators