2002 ILDA Awards

Presented November 26 at the 2002 ILDA Conference in Orlando, Florida, hosted by Lighting Systems Design Inc., Pangolin Laser Systems & Walt Disney World

Members of the International Laser Display Association (ILDA) honored the best and brightest in their industry with awards for outstanding technological and artistic achievement during the association's annual conference Nov. 24-26 in Orlando, Fla.

Companies from America, Australia, Belgium, Germany and Italy received the industry's equivalent of Hollywood's "Oscars" for shows that included huge outdoor festivals, corporate productions, theme park installations and special events. LOBO electronic of Aalen, Germany, took the most awards of any company, garnering seven awards, including first place for its "Cosmonautica" beam and graphics show and another first place for its "Seven Wonders" graphics-only show.

Lightspeed Design Group of Bellevue, Wash., USA, challenged LOBO with a total of five awards, including a first place for its "One More Time" abstract show and another first place in the ISP computer animation category.

Other shows that received awards included a huge outdoor production by Belgium's Laser System Europe for the Moscow 2002 Sports Games, a thrilling laser-lit roller-coaster ride by Australia's Laservision Macro-Media, and a computer-generated virtual laser host created by Lighting Systems Design, Inc. of Orlando.


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