Check out this Halloween light show set to “What Does the Fox Say?” Two of my favorite things: LED Lighting and Halloween!
According to the video’s details, the display uses over 8,500 lights (mostly LEDs) and roughly 1066 channels of computer animation. They estimate the electric bill to be $25-$35 to run the display for the Halloween season. A worthy investment to celebrate the spirit of Halloween!
The display is named “Edwards Landing Lights,” but the family insists that it’s only a hobby—not a business. Luckily for the neighbors, viewers have to listen to their car’s FM radio to hear the music that synchronizes with the lights. This way, no music is broadcast outside.
I, Dr. Bulb, would personally LOVE to be their neighbor!
You can find more videos at Edwards Landing Lights’ YouTube page.
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