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 the past, a 13.5 by 9 foot rugby ball might have been made of stone or concrete or wire and flowers (think Rose Bowl float) or whatever. Now, thanks to LEDs we have a gigantic, fully animated rugby ball. How cool is that?!? This thing is covered with 2000 Barco LED light tiles that together along with sophisticated controllers and software combine to make what amounts to a Jumbotron rolled into a football shape (American football that is).
Fun stuff! Thanks Walt!
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