The Bureau of Lectures presents Laser Science
Back by popular demand, last year’s most popular show, Laser Science. The presenter will teach the students concepts such as persistence of vision, momentum, and inertia and more complicated subjects such as energy conversion and stimulated emission to audiences in high school and beyond…and then comes the fun part! A professionally choreographed music and laser display caps off the assembly, bringing the concepts together with the oohs and ahhs of students and staff alike.
The concepts explored are:
- Persistence of Vision – how our eyes make laser shows possible.
- Momentum/Inertia – even light has it.
- Energy Conversion – how energy turns into light.
- Stimulated Emission – how lasers work, Einstein’s ideas, and the importance of science, engineering, and art.
This show was AWESOME! The presenter was phenomenal. All of our staff and students thoroughly enjoyed the show and I would recommend this show in a heartbeat. Well worth the $$!
The entire audience, comprised of pre-k through 6th grade, faculty, staff, and community officials were mesmerized. I have already recommended this program to my fellow principals. Again, an outstanding program, thank you for the opportunity.
My daughter (age 8) said it was the best assembly she had ever seen and my son (age12) actually admitted that he enjoyed it too! Quite a feat! Thank you.
The show was excellent. Zachary was an excellent presenter, giving students solid information that was interesting and age appropriate. An incredible learning experience and very engaging!
Our students have all seen a laser show in the past, but this time we learned how it was done. The students also learned how elements of math, science, and fine arts are needed to create a laser light show. Excellent!
Great show for all ages! Music enhanced the visual parts of the show and there was a great message given to the students at the end to tie everything together. One student even stated, 'This show was better than a snow day!' Another student commented, 'this was the most amazing-est show ever!'