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Animated display in Sweden


niklas-tgs
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Hi everyone!

Here comes christmas greetings from Sweden!

I just want to show you my lightshow for 2008. Its my second year with Light-O-Rama, but this is the first year doing a lightshow syncronized to music transmitted on an FM-transmitter.

The show is 8 minutes long and contains 7 songs. The display has almost 16000 lights and LED's, on 149 lightstrings. I can rotate the colors between white, red and blue. The display draws around 3 kW per hour and with all lights on it takes 28 Amps.
This year I also tried to make the "leaping arches" which I have seen on some sites here is US, I got a great result I think. I used 800 goldcolored LED's.

See the lightshow here: http://www.vimeo.com/2445407

My website has more info and pictures: http://www.juleljus.se


2008_1.jpg

2008_5.jpg

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Wonderful!

Would you mind sharing how the icicle lights on the gutter work? I like that effect.

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The icicles is readymade, they have a chaser which controlls the snowing effect. There must be icicles like that overseas in US. :)

Here is some pictures of the LOR install:

2008_build14.jpg

2008_build1.jpg

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Was wondering on the arches are on the same channel 1 and 3, 2 and 4. I was really wanting 4 but am only going to have enough channels for 2. Then the following year get another box and separate them.

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The arches are controlled in pairs, so 8 channels control the arches.

Arch 1 & 3 = Channel 1,2,3,4

Arch 2 & 4 = Channel 5,6,7,8

That makes me able to save channels, but still be able to make alot of things with them.

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It looks fantastic. You are so lucky to have snow as an effect as well. Just adds that extra bit more to your display.
Nicely done!

-Evan

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Good job! I like the arches with the candy canes. You've made me want more arches in my display.

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