For years now, projectors have been using lasers to generate light and create some of the best big screen images possible. Beyond picture quality, lasers last longer than traditional projector lamps, aren’t as fragile, and offer nearly instant on/off. With these benefits, lasers will probably be the future of front projection.
Projectors provide the biggest, most immersive images you can see. However, as awesomely futuristic as they sound, laser projectors aren’t that much different from traditional projectors. With all projectors, something creates light, and that light is then manipulated to create the image on the screen. The only thing changes with laser projectors is what is creating the light.
Now think about how amazing it would be, to have a laser projector for the holiday season, enabling you to project light and images on the exterior of your home. No tangled lights, no burnt out bulbs, no problem. Of course you need to do some research before you commit to buying a Christmas laser light projector. We’ve got that started for you. Some of our favorite products are reviewed below.
Gobos Garden Lamp Lighting
This laser light projector makes it effortless to decorate and redecorate your home every holiday season. It comes with 12 slides, making it a great choice to be your pick for a landscape decoration projector. Some of the slides are snowflake, bird, Christmas tree, butterfly and star. This Christmas laser light projector is suitable for use on your exterior walls as well as indoors at parties or gatherings. You are also able to toggle between slow moving pictures to rapidly moving ones. Finally, it is weather resistant so you can use it outdoors without worry.
AMSU Laser Christmas Star Projector
This unique product is solar powered. If you’re looking to have no increase in your electricity bill over winter, then this is the Christmas laser light projector for you. We know that laser projectors consume a fraction of the energy traditional bulbs do. This AMSU projector eliminates even that. It comes with a 5W solar panel, and will charge even when the sunlight is weak. It requires charging for 6 hours, and after that can project images through the night.
When it comes to choosing the right product for you, it’s important to look at the big picture. Ask yourself what you want, what you’ll use it for and how often. Christmas laser light projectors come in all shapes and sizes, with different features and at a variety of prices. With a bit of research and a checklist, you’ll be able to find the best one for you.