This is the first glimpse of a futuristic laser display that's being installed along Weymouth's historic seafront ahead of the Olympics. It was tested for the first time on Wednesday 4th April. Seven lasers will create a web of light stretching out across the bay. The project's costing nearly half a million pounds and is part of a major regeneration scheme of the seafront.
It's called 'Light Veils' and has been funded by the Arts Council and South West Regional Development Agency. It’s thought to be unique in the world. The artists, Vong Phaophanit and Claire Oboussier say they hope to create a 'resonant and significant' impact.
They also say it'll be very different from the disco laser displays of the past. The lasers circle the sweeping seafront and create a veil of light across the sea. Different patterns will play for six minutes every six minutes once it goes dark. The display is permanent and will run throughout the year. Watch the full report from Duncan Sleightholme: