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Daniel wrote:

I read on the Light-O-Rama website that they have sold to a casino! Does anyone know wich one?



--Daniel L


I don't know if they sell stuff directly to them, but the computerized equipment CAN be used for stuff like that...casino lights ....my 2 cents

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Our controllers are used for Christmas lights, signs, casino lights, trade show displays or any moving light display!



that is from the LOR site. Yes, I guess it is a sugestion and not a fact.



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Daniel wrote:

Our controllers are used for Christmas lights, signs, casino lights, trade show displays or any moving light display!

We have sold controllers for each of the categories listed above.... (Depending on how you interpret "any moving light display" we have not sold to every possible type of moving light display)... The specifics of who our customers are is not public. :)
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Except for the LOR afflicted bunch on this chat group. Not only can you get thier names, you can get thier mug shots, Pictures of thier houses (if you can find them behind the Christmas lights), TV clips, maps to thier houses, pictures of the wife who beats them when they buy another controller, ......

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casinos! yeah, i bet light-o-rama would be good for something like that.

anybody else out there ever use LOR for something other than yard displays?

I first found planet christmas and light-o-rama while searching the web for a lighting effect i saw in Paris over the holidays (they had what looked like a ton of strobes hung up in a cluster of trees in a small park near Notre Dame - still not sure what they used, and i'm kicking myself for not getting a closer look. but it was really neat...)

Anyway, I was searching for a similar lighting effect to use on a temporary art exhibit out near Austin and ended up with 48 channels of LOR and lots of mini-lights, flood lights, and strobes, and whatnot!

The display will be up in a month or so, i'll be sure and post pictures. :smile:

(of course this project has been the gateway drug; now i've GOT to do my parent's yard for Christmas!)

-joules

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I actually accidentally stumbled along here too, I was looking to put a musical water fountain up, and ta-da....animated lighting came up

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