I bet it was..
And yeah, that sure is cool. Would be cool having sth like that..
That's just.. weird :confused:. How the hell can someone create something like that? It's very cool though, wish I had it :naughty:.
Sweet. Never seen anything like it.
I'm spending a year dead for tax reasons.
15th December 2002
Mast3rofPuppetsDoes anyone know how it works? The technical aspect of it that is. There must be a computer hooked to all those "light zones" and then someone programmed them to blink in a specific order so it seems like it follows the music, or some shizzle like that. Anyhow it must be a biatch so set up.
I'm guessing it will be a similar if not the same system to that used for Pyrotechnic shows and for concerts. A computer will play the music and sync the pre-designated patters. The way it's done is someone will sit on a computer and then at a certain point in the timeline down a song place "this light on" or "this light off" for example. I'm no expert though.
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or maybe certain areas if light are affected by the frequency of the music?
Trekkers got the idea. That whole show was pretty advanced and most likely preprogrammed using a big lightboard / lightmixer and a computer. or a much smaller
46 and 2, are just ahead of me
23rd September 2004
Yeah, its probably cool seeing that the first and maybe second times, but could you imagine having those lights flashing outside your window every night, all night. I think I would have to call the cops on him if I was in that position.
Snipes With Artillery
22nd March 2005
I still think that for holiday warmth and cheer, you can't beat setting your house on fire.
Ex-MøđęRāŧǿr ø₣ Geňęrāł Gāmíňĝ
31st January 2004
that was truly, truly awesome. I'd hate to live anywhere in a 5 mile radius of that house, bet you can see the house from way off.
The cake is a lie.There is no cake.
13th November 2004
Wowzers!...again, again again!!