We offer Laser Show Software and ILDA Interfaces for Windows & Mac OS X

RayComposer Animation Editor

Create beautiful laser graphics in a glimpse.

RayComposer Timeline Editor

Our timeline editor lets you create laser shows perfectly in sync with the music.

RayComposer USB

Our High Performance Laser Show Interface - The link to your laser projector.

What are Laser Wavelengths?

The wavelength of visible light is between 400nm and 700nm.
Spectrum of visible light.

Characteristic for many types of laser is, that they only emit single color light, also known as monochromatic light. Physically that means that the Laser only emits a single wavelenght. If the light is split into its spectral components using a prism, you will see sharp lines. This is also why these wavelengths are also called "laser lines". Lasers which emit only one wavelength are also called "single line lasers".

But there are also lasers which emit several different wavelenghts. These are called "multi line lasers".

In contrast to this the light of the sun, a light bulb or a candle always contains a mixture of many wavelenghts. When you look at the spectrum through a prism, you will not find single lines but a continuous spectrum.

Visible Laser Wavelengths

The following table contains the most often used visible laser wavelengths used for laser shows and the corresponding laser type.

  •  676.4nm  - Krypton Laser dark Red
  •  671nm  - DPSS Laser (dark-) Red
  •  652nm  - Laser Diodes used for reading/writing DVDs
  •  647.1nm  - Krypton Laser Red
  •  635nm  - Red Laser Diodes
  •  632.8nm  - Helium Neon Laser Rot
  •  578.2nm  - Copper Vapor Laser Yellow
  •  577nm  - OPSL Laser Yellow
  •  568.2nm  - Krypton Laser Yellow
  •  532nm  - DPSS Laser Green
  •  530.9nm  - Krypton Laser Green
  •  528.7nm  - Argon Laser Green
  •  520nm  - Green Laser Diodes
  •  514.5nm  - Argon Laser Green
  •  510.6nm  - Copper Vapor Laser Green
  •  496.5nm  - Argon Laser Green
  •  488nm  - Argon Laser Cyan
  •  476.4nm  - Argon Laser Blue
  •  476.2nm  - Krypton Laser Blue
  •  473nm  - DPSS Laser Blue
  •  457.9nm  - Argon Laser Violet
  •  440nm  - Nichia Violet Laser Diodes
  •  413.1nm  - Krypton Violet
  •  405nm  - Blu-Ray (Ultra-)Violet Laser Diodes


With the release of our new laser show DAC device called RayComposer NET, RayComposer now joins the Internet of things.

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Highlight of the newest Software Release

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We now have a vvvv Node for RayComposer DACs.

This allows you to access RayComposer DACs from your vvvv Patch.

vvvv is a graphical programming...

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