Laser Spectacles, Inc. has received over 34 international laser display awards since its inception.

Awards presented to Laser Spectacles, Inc:

*Career Achievement Award – International Laser Display Association (ILDA) – ILDA’s highest award – presented in 2014 to Laser Spectacles’ President Tim Walsh for his outstanding work and dedication to laser light shows and ILDA

*Third Place – Live Laser Jockey Competition, ILDA’s 2016 Awards, for Tim Walsh’s live performance at the LaseOff in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

* “Vendor of the Year – 2015” – Texas Festivals and Events Association (TFEA)

*First Place – Live Laser Jockey Competition, ILDA’s 2015 Awards, for Tim Walsh’s live performance at the LaseOff in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

*First Place – Live Laser Jockey Competition, ILDA’s 2014 Awards, for Tim Walsh’s liver performance at the LaseOff in Las Vegas, NV

*Second Place – Nightclub/Disco/Festival Category, ILDA’s 2014 Awards, for our performance at the Sun City Music Festival, El Paso, TX in August 2013

*First Place – Live Laser Jockey Competition, ILDA’s 2013 Awards, for Tim Walsh’s live performance at the LaseOff in Aalen, Germany

*First Place – Abstract Category,  ILDA’s 2012 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “Seeing Sound”, music by George Cisneros,  created for Luminaria Night of Arts, San Antonio, TX

*Second Place –  Nightclub/Disco/Festival Category,  ILDA’s 2012 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “Zoolu 18” – lasers for an annual Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans

*Second Place Laser Jockey Category, ILDA’s 2012 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for  Tim Walsh’s live performance in the competition at the 2012 ILDA Conference Lase-Off

*Third Place – Abstract Category, ILDA’s 2012 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “El Carrapicho”, music by Charlie Cajares, created for McAllen, Texas New Year’s Eve celebration

* First Place – Abstract Category, ILDA’s 2011 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “Waka, Waka” done for McAllen, Texas New Year’s Eve celebration

* Honorable Mention – ILDA’s 2011 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “The Happy Elf” holiday show, Beams and Screen Show category, withRico Morales, artist

* Second Place – ILDA’s 2009 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “La Feria de Mexico 2008” a piece for graphics and beams, performed daily in Aguascalientes, Mexico for “La Feria de San Marcos”

* Second Place – ILDA’s 2003 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “Walking Stick”, a piece for graphics combined with beams, and true synaesthesia style music.

* Third Place – ILDA’s 2003 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “Wyrms w/Bowties”, a piece for graphics combined with beams, and true synaesthesia style music.

* Second Place – ILDA’s 2003 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, “Special Application” Category, for “Taps”, a piece for tenor saxophonist, graphics combined with beams, and true synaesthesia style music.

* Second Place – ILDA’s 2002 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “Throbber”, a piece for graphics combined with beams, and true synaesthesia style music.

* Third Place – ILDA’s 2002 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “Sidewinder”, a piece for graphics combined with beams, and true synaesthesia style music.

* Honorable Mention – ILDA’s 2001 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “MicroManiac”, a piece for stereoscopic 3D graphics combined with beams, in remembrance of Robert Burns, a mentor to many Central Texas computer whiz kids, nicknamed the MicroManiac.

* Second Place – ILDA’s 2000 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “Toshiba 3D”, a piece for stereoscopic 3D graphics combined with beams, for the Toshiba Corp.

* Second Place – ILDA’s 1999 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “Ray of Light”, a piece for beams and graphics combined.

* Honorable Mention – ILDA’s 1998 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “MC303 Beams”, a beam piece directly controlled by a MIDI “Groovebox” sequencer.

* Second Place – 1998 Brewster Awards, for “Sound is Laser”, a piece for laser graphics, and true synaesthesia style music.

* Second Place – ILDA’s 1997 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “Laser Jam”, a jam session featuring musicians and laser.

* Second Place – ILDA’s 1996 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “Sheets ‘n Waves, an original atmospheric beam piece.

* Second Place – ILDA’s 1996 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for the laser-charged environment we created for the Waco, TX “Brazos Nights Festival”.

* Third Place – ILDA’s 1996 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “Flight of the Bumblebee”, created in Stereoscopic 3D for a client in Japan.

* Third Place – ILDA’s 1996 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for “Powerful Flight”, an original stereoscopic 3D piece.

* First Place – Special Events Category – International Festival Association, in conjunction with the City of Waco, TX and Pangolin Laser Software, for our production of “The World’s Largest Video Game” Interactive laser display at Waco’s ‘Brazos Nights’ summer entertainment series.

* “Best Laser Show – Laser Show of the Year” – Lighting Dimensions International ’95, Miami, USA

* Second Place – Pangolin Laser Software’s 1994 Pangolin Prize, for our original production of “The Ballad of Dorie Miller” for the City af Waco’s Brazos Nights.

* Second Place – Mixed Category – International Laser Display Association’s 1994 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for Tim Walsh’s performance on the Laser Harp, a unique and original visual musical instrument.

* Honorable Mention – Beam/Atmospheric Category – International Laser Display Association’s 1994 Awards for Outstanding Laser Display, for our original music & beam showpiece, “Drumbeams” (we were the only American company to receive an award).

* “Best Laser Show” – Lighting Dimensions International ’94 Exposition in Reno, Nevada, for our original stereoscopic 3D production of “Carol of the Bells” at our booth.