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    Default Richard Goulet (Laserist, Special Projects, R&D Laser Images) 7/28/1951-8/9/2019

    Rest in peace...
    "There are painters who transform the sun into a yellow spot, but there are others who, with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into the sun." Pablo Picasso

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserist View Post
    Rest in peace...
    Sir, I did not meet you, but I had heard of your work, Requiescat in Pace.

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    Default I'll miss you, Richard

    Richard was a wonderful problem solver at Laser Images. He solved many of my projector issues when they came up and provided quick solutions to issues that had to be solved in a very short time lest I lose shows. For those out there who are lumia fans, Richard innovated many of the looks that are considered standard today. I still treasure many of the lumia wheels that he designed and cast in the LII shop. His wry sense of humor will be sorely missed.

    Ron Hipschman


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    Quote Originally Posted by ronhip View Post
    Richard was a wonderful problem solver at Laser Images. He solved many of my projector issues when they came up and provided quick solutions to issues that had to be solved in a very short time lest I lose shows. For those out there who are lumia fans, Richard innovated many of the looks that are considered standard today. I still treasure many of the lumia wheels that he designed and cast in the LII shop. His wry sense of humor will be sorely missed.

    Ron Hipschman


    I just found a very modern photo of Richard. This is a production shot from "Laserium: the Gods of Light" that many Laserium laserists appeared in (will appear in?) produced by Bjorn Schaller.

    https://www.laseriumthegodsoflight.com
    https://www.instagram.com/laseriumdocumentary/

    He's standing in the old Laserium studio in front of the racks of film that Ivan shot of Laserium.

    Still missing you, Richard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronhip View Post
    I just found a very modern photo of Richard. This is a production shot from "Laserium: the Gods of Light" that many Laserium laserists appeared in (will appear in?) produced by Bjorn Schaller.

    https://www.laseriumthegodsoflight.com
    https://www.instagram.com/laseriumdocumentary/

    He's standing in the old Laserium studio in front of the racks of film that Ivan shot of Laserium.

    Still missing you, Richard.

    Ron
    If the doc is completed since may, is it for sale anywhere or are they trying to sell broadcast rights?v
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    I'm told there were plans to show it at the ILDA meeting where Glenn Thomas got the Career Achievement Award, but got pulled for some reason. I saw a cut on a site that's since been password protected. I liked it. Bjorn said Richard suggested I tell the story about nailing Scott Anderson and Darryl Davis in Studio A way back when. I insisted I was just a helpful minion in that operation, but it was classic...

    I hope his daughter's GoFundMe page hits it's goal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polishedball View Post
    If the doc is completed since may, is it for sale anywhere or are they trying to sell broadcast rights?v
    Bjorn is looking for a distribution deal. If anyone has a pointer for him, PM me and I'll pass it along. It's a great documentary about Laserium that deserves to be seen. Richard appears in it. My apologies for inserting commercialism into this tribute thread.

    Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserist View Post
    I'm told there were plans to show it at the ILDA meeting where Glenn Thomas got the Career Achievement Award, but got pulled for some reason. I saw a cut on a site that's since been password protected. I liked it. Bjorn said Richard suggested I tell the story about nailing Scoot Anderson and Darryl Davis in Studio A way back when. I insisted I was just a helpful minion in that operation, but it was classic...

    I hope his daughter's GoFundMe page hits it's goal.

    I believe that there are plans to show it at ILDA in November.

    Ron

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