LUNCHBOX LASER SHOWS
By Mike Gould
Photograph by Mike Gould
Back in the 1970s, my friend Wayne Gillis and I used to do light shows at science fiction conventions. We had the usual panoply of overhead, slide, and custom-made projectors, and a single, very expensive, helium-neon laser from Edmund Scientific. Calling ourselves Light Opera, and later, Illuminatus, we performed at ConFusion conventions in Ann Arbor, Mich., and at the World Science Fiction Convention in 1976, where Robert Heinlein was guest of honor.
Flash forward 30 years, and I get a call from David Bloom, a web marketing/connection guy and awesome keyboardist. ...