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Author Topic: Taking lights to the extreme  (Read 2508 times)

Josh

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Taking lights to the extreme
« on: December 24, 2007, 12:14:18 PM »
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While some of his neighbors were decorating their houses with multicolored lights and illuminated Santas, Tony Hansen was building an assault on the senses. Using $10,000 worth of professional lighting and sound equipment that he borrowed from his job as a lighting designer, Hansen's 25,000-light display is synchronized to five songs, which he broadcasts over an FM-radio frequency so passers-by can pick it up in their cars.

When "Snoopy's Christmas" plays, strobe lights timed to gunfire in the song flash, and at the end, when a champagne cork pops to signal the "holiday toast" between Snoopy and the Red Baron, half of Hansen's lights cut out as if they've been hit by the flying cork.

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Re: Taking lights to the extreme
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2007, 01:00:18 PM »
A too much light for my taste.  I don't think anyone has ever beaten this one from last year (from Sarajevo?).  http://www.youtube.c.../watch?v=rmgf60CI_ks
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