Loyola Marymount University's annual commencement ceremony uses Cyclone launchers to send its new graduates into the world in grand style.
Cyclone is a self-contained, high-volume, continuous flow Confetti launcher for pros. Each second, it shoots a pound of confetti 30 feet into the air. The dynamic, ongoing wind keeps sending the confetti higher and higher, so the cloud stays airborne for several minutes.
The Cyclone runs on compressed air. For those outside of the Los Angeles area, you will want to rent or purchase CO2 in your area, or use an industrial air compressor.
The effect is spectacular. It's appropriate for large, boisterous settings where noise adds to the celebration.