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.