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NYC’s Halloween LED Light Show

Halloween may be over, but I’ll be celebrating until my candy runs out! (Which should be soon…) The Empire State Building in New York City put on a nine-minute Halloween light show using 15,000 channels of LED lighting. I continue to be amazed by all of the things we can do with LEDs—even if I’ve been a lighting expert for ages!

From the video’s description:

 On October 31, 2013, the Empire State Building’s world-famous LED tower lights were synchronized to Halloween-themed music that was broadcasted on Clear Channel’s powerhouse radio stations Z100 and 103.5 KTU. Internationally-acclaimed lighting designer Marc Brickman choreographed the show and the reveal of the building’s new antenna LED lights — which will add over 200 feet of new lights to NYC’s skyline.

 

 

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