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Monthly Archives: November 2007
Thanks to reader Kc for giving us the link to a great article about the new LED version of the venerable Times Square New Years Eve ball. This year is the 100th anniversary of the New Years Eve ball and … Continue reading
There’s a phrase I never thought I’d be saying in my lifetime. 🙂 Thanks to reader Walt Jacquemin for pointing out yet another fun and interesting use of LED technology as accent lighting or in this case as sculpture. In … Continue reading
Finally! A really, really cool application of LEDs in architecture! Lately, everything has been “like wow, we replaced a bunch of light bulbs with LEDs…hooray!” or innovative LED illuminated windows on a very non-innovative cube building, or “look more facade … Continue reading