Laser Show Recreates Ray Lewis Celebration Dance
Image Engineering displays Ray Lewis' "Squirrel Dance" laser show on Baltimore Marriott to celebrate AFC Championship game

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January 18, 2013 By Jessica Camerato

How do you create the ultimate football celebration?

Image Engineering is doing it with lasers.

The Baltimore, MD.-based company has created a series of laser shows to be displayed on three Marriott properties in anticipation of the Baltimore Ravens AFC Championship game against the New England Patriots on Sunday. Image Engineering used their 40-watt Light Vector Laser, manufactured in Baltimore.

The Marriott Waterfront Hotel debuted their tribute to Ray Lewis and his signature “Squirrel Dance” with images that spanned 16 stories high (160’) and eight stories wide (96’). The project took 15 hours to create and less than one hour to set up in front of the hotel.

On Friday evening, the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards and the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel will also unveil their own laser shows. The trio of shows will be performed at the same time across the city.


For a comparison, the video below shows Lewis doing the “Squirrel Dance” before Baltimore’s home crowd a couple weeks ago:

 

 

 

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