SPECIAL EFFECTS Section One Audio Visual differs from the competition by offering a full array of Special Effects for your Event. These are more commonly utilized at social Events, but for Corporate Events, they are typically applicable only to Galas or Motivational Seminars. We use the same professional equipment as major touring music concerts and professional Theater.

 

Low Fog This is an amazing Special Effect, commonly used for a whimsical effect during a Bride and Groom's first dance at their Wedding Reception, for a creepy Halloween Theme, or for a Heavenly or general Special Effect on a Stage. For venues with sensitive smoke alarms, it is important to note that it is operable in such spaces, as the fog remains and dissipates at a level very close to the floor. Cryogenics This is an exciting, dramatic Special Effect. Common applications are firing it onto a dance floor full of dancers, or firing multiples into the air as a visual effect. In the first instance, it will not only stimulate the dancers, but will also cool them down.

 

Confetti Cannon This was designed as a Special Effect for a climactic point of a Special Event, such as when a winner is announced, and when the clock strikes midnight on New Year's Eve. We can provide single or multiple cannons, detonated simultaneously or independently, single shot or multiple re-loads, with a wide selection of colors and styles of confetti materials. As opposed to the quick shot of the Confetti Cannon, the Confetti Storm is a continuous propulsion of confetti. Common uses for this effect are: an extended climax for a celebration (i.e. NFL Superbowl and major parades in major cities) and to simulate an effect such as Snow.

Confetti Storm This was designed as a Special Effect for an extended climactic point of a Special Event. As opposed to the quick shot of the Confetti Cannon, the Confetti Storm is a continuous propulsion of confetti that may last several minutes. Common uses for this effect are: an extended climax for a celebration (i.e. NFL Superbowl and parades in major cities) or alternatively to simulate an effect such as Snow.