2014 signalled the Brit Awards’ biggest show in its 37-year history, so it needed a suitably large laser show to boot! ER Productions supplied 23 high-powered OPSL systems, giving the ceremony a massive 497 watts in laser power.
Three artists requested lasers for their performances, so ER Productions worked closely with the show’s lighting director, Dave Davey, to ensure each effect was on the money and adhered to stringent safety regulations.
Brit Awards openers, the Arctic Monkeys, used white and yellow laser systems to accompany their track, R U Mine.
Perhaps the most dramatic performance of the night came courtesy of international pop sensation Katy Perry, who danced in front of a giant, white laser-lit recreation of the Brit Awards statue – constructed using mapping techniques.