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Ideal SIgns Round Rock, TX
United States. Deck
the lawn presents the fab four from the North Pole, "the Kringles".
Singing and performing animatronics with over 25,000 led lights.
Michael Jones Cibolo, TX
United States. This
is My 3rd year using LOR, I have 112 channels, 63,400 lights, & 4.5
miles of wire! I do it all myself, with the help of my 4 and 5 year
old children of course. My 5 year old loves to sit down and sequence
songs. He cannot read yet but he does a pretty good job putting a
song together. although He did not do this song he is learning
daddy's hobby! We also collect donations for Samaritans purse.
Donny Carter Ocean Springs, MS
United States. This
is our first year using Light-O-Rama. We are running 80 channels
with 25,000 lights. Our
display consists of a 15ft mega tree, 18 spiral trees with three
colors, some icicle lights, and a couple of arches. We transmit on
96.5 FM and have had a great crowd for 2010. http://www.carterchristmaslights.webs.com
Marty Belisle Cold Lake, AB
Canada. 64 channels Light-O-Rama controller, 1 CCR. 45k
lights, set up and operated in minus 25 degree C temps.
Bruce Ainsworth Kingsville, TX
United States. This
is my second year using LOR.
I expanded to 80 channels, 16,000 lights this year.
Anthony LaCount Mesa, AZ United States. over 12,000 Christmas lights and 20 hand painted cartoons
characters. The light show is customized using Light-O-Rama also being
broadcasted to enable passersby to listen to the music as they view
the dancing lights
James Hans Vineland, NJ
United States. This
is my second year going from 16 to 96 channels.
Due to trees in front of my house the video angle is not too
good and you can't see some of the elements.
There is a small tree and a nativity to the left of the
garage, the driveway is lined on both sides by lights (half are
visible in the video) and one of the deer on the front lawn isn't
visible. The blow molds next
to the garage also don't show up too well in the video.
Due to the angle of taping, if you look carefully you see the
big tree in the front yard but behind it is a smaller tree and
behind that is another tree.
They look great in person but are on top of each other in the video.
The 4 mini trees on the lawn show up as white but are multi color.
I am 100% LED, including the spots.
I have 20,480 lights.
My theme for the house, bushes and trees are two color schemes;
blue/white and red/green. On
most songs, the lawn elements keep the beat or are percussion.
The house and the mega tree are alternately either the rhythm
or melody. The mega tree is
20' tall, 3 color (RGB) and has 20 LED strobes in it.
Mega has 7250 lights.
Last year's show had minimal
traffic but this year traffic is great.
It started slow with about 15-25 cars a night but word of
mouth has increased it to where I am getting 75-100 cars a night
with no publicity. I
broadcast on an FM transmitter in the basement and the radio sign is
not visible on the video. I
am proud of my work this year and hope you enjoy it.
I am already planning for next year (need a lot more
controllers!). All my videos
can be found at www.vimeo.com/jimhans but here is one of the crowd
favorites... Christmas Everyday. http://www.vimeo.com/jimhans
Robert Burton Fayetteville, GA
United States. I am
actually a middle school band director by trade. So I decided to see
what my kids thought of some songs I was considering sequencing to.
This was actually one of two "Joy To The World" 's I was
considering. This one got the
most votes and also seems to be the most liked by people that have
visited my website. I have
128 channels and 28,000 lights. I am using 15 channels in the RGB
mode. I have 2 Rainbow Floods and 6 Rainbow Spots. This is my 2 year
of doing a animated light show using Light-O-Rama products.
Canada. This year presented some unique challenges again, due to domestic problems i
had to find another place to do the light display, and right up till
about the first of November i didn't know what lights i would have
to use in the display, So this was all put up and programmed in
approx. 1 month. needless to say i spent long hrs in November to
make this happen, This year i have 96 channels and i believe around
7000 lights. I tried several times to videotape this song but
every time cars kept getting in the way.
Stephen Chapman Huntsville, AL
United States. I have
always enjoyed listening to the Boston Pops and as a child remember
Sleigh Ride and the images it conjured in my head.
I attempted to bring those excitement and joy of Sleigh Ride
to life from the subtle sleigh bells, the crack of the whip and the
whinny of the horse. I try to
incorporate each instrument as best I can without making things to
Saratoga Springs, NY United States. This
is our third year using LOR, hopefully everyone made it to Saratoga
to see the display. Currently we are at 112 channels and 1 CCR = 124
channels. One unique feature of our display is the falling snowflake
Miles Watanabe Ewa Beach, HI
United States. 128
Channels of Light-o-Rama. 98.9% LED Lights. Holdman's
Star, 20ft Mega Tree w/ 3D Star, Leaping Arches, Transmitting on
106.5 FM, http://daohanachristmaslightshow.com
Kapolei, HI United States. This
year we are running 112 channels.
We got an 18' spiral mega tree, two 10' mega trees, four
"rain" poles, 25 strobes, a falling star, four leaping arches now,
about 20,000 lights total. I
think it came out pretty good for our second attempt.
I hope you like it, ENJOY
Pensacola, FL United States. The
musical sequence is Carol of the Bells by David Foster.
Our display uses approximately 25,000 lights and 80 channels
of Light-O-Rama Controllers and Light-O-Rama software.
Elizabeth City, nc United States. 128
Channels, over 20,000 Lights...Located at 904 Berea Church rd.
Elizabeth City NC 27909....Our 4th year of animation!!!
Brunswick, GA United States. 80
Channel Light-O-Rama display across two yards.
Over 25,000 lights. 2 colors of roof lights and 2 colors of
icicle lights on the house make up 16 channels. 10ft megatree is 16
channels. Triangular forest of spiral trees is 16 channels.
Many of the decorations are hand painted plywood (some of
which was also hand drawn).
Craig Kramer La Vista, NE
United States. I have
had a Frosty the Snowman lighted figure but hadn't ever incorporated
him into the Light-O-Rama show until this year.
Finally found the perfect rendition of Frosty the Snowman
that was both classic and contemporary. Seemed to be a favorite this
year. The show is using four Light-O-Rama controllers (two in the Christmas
tree, one for the arch, and 8-channels on the 4th controller to
control the rest) and seven 16-pixel RGB strings. (I counted those
as the equivalent of 3 CCR's). The video camera I used did not have
a line-in jack so you can hear the cold north wind blowing as I
recorded the show. I am
looking forward to adding some CCR's to the display next year.
19019 Sweden Ct., Spring United States. This
is my first year to animate my display and I used all Light-O-Rama equipment
and software. I bought a
couple of controllers in 2009, but I ended up being transferred
mid-year 0f '09, and then moving the family at Christmas that year,
so I did not get a chance to even put up a strand of lights.
I bought a few more controllers and 4 CCR's this past year,
and set about working on my sequencing and projects ~mid year.
The arches out front were created using 4 CCR's (each CCR
creates 2 arches). I
initially was going to cut the CCR's in half and then connect the
halves with wires, but as I was laying out the display in October, I
realized that since the ends of the arches (midpoint on each of the
ribbons) were close enough together, I could just 'not program' the
segment (2 pixels) connecting the arches and save the CCR's! http://vimeo.com/clarkgriswald
Lubbock, TX United States. This
is our second year of using Light-O-Rama computerized lighting.
Last year we had 48 channels and this year we added four more
controllers bringing our channel count up to 112.
We added music videos, made a singing Christmas tree and two
of Santa's elves that sang back up, a 32 channel mega tree, made
seven snowflakes for the roof, twenty four mini trees ranging in
height from 32 inches to 6 feet, several blowmolds, and five leaping
United States. This
is our third year syncing our lights to music.
Our display goes across two houses.
Luckily my brother lives next door.
We have 80 channels, 3 shooting stars, 1 mega tree and 4
arches. We have around 14,000
OAKLAND, TN United States. THIS
IS OUR THIRD YEAR USING Light-O-Rama WE ARE UP TO 96 CHANNELS AND
ABOUT 12,000 LIGHTS. THE SHOW IS IN OAKLAND TN. ANY QUESTIONS SEND
ME AN E-MAIL TO MULLENLIGHTSHOW@AOL.COM THANKS FOR LOOKING!!!!!
Lincolnton, NC United States. I
strive to have a lot of different things going on at the same time
and to have a variety of designs to entertain not only the children
but also the adults too. There are five large Bradford trees in
front that are dancing and ramping to the music. There is also an 8
foot tall snowman mounted high up that waves and throws lighted snow
balls 70 feet with the snow balls spattering across the lawn. There
is a working train, complete with fog coming out of the smoke stack
that moves back and forth on a track and red fire truck, with
working lights, that is a replica of the fire truck at our local
fire station and a large water fountain with colored spot lights in
motion. There are two pole trees, one in front that is 15 feet high,
and a larger one in back that is 21 feet in height. Along the side
street there are nine Leland trees that are also animated and on the
front lawn are what I call my grid lights that consist of 10 rows of
lights directed at the house and 5 rows of lights running across
that create a ground moving affect. Everything in the front and back
yard is animated to 13 different songs, ranging in speed to be able
to have something different animated at different times during the
Ryan Winterbourne Santa Clara, CA United States. This
is my first year doing an animated display and it has been a fun
learning process. I started with the intent of having just 32
channels to begin with and before I knew it I had 4 Light-O-Rama PC
controllers, one Light-O-Rama DC controller and 2 CCR's. My first year
display features 17,000 lights (13,000 LED/4,000 Incandescent) and
12 musical sequences with the highlights being the two CCR's, which
I made into 4 small arches, and the 18 foot tall mega tree. My
entry for this years contest is Joy to the World by Mannheim
Steamroller. I worked a lot with the chase tool in the S2 software
on this piece to get a lot of effects on the CCR's. I also
transitioned through many colors at different points during the
sequence and the RGB colors on the garage mimic those on the CCR's
at various points. The videos of my display were also posted
on youtube and can be viewed on my website at http://www.winterholidayhouse.com/videos.html
if for some reason the windows media download does not work. My
second favorite there would be Winter Wonderland by Alexia Phillips.
Chance Reecher Waynesboro, PA United States. This
is my second year doing a computerized light show. I began in 2009
with two Light-O-Rama controllers and added another four for 2010.
This year's display consisted of almost 30,000 mini lights
controlled by 96 channels. The display took most of November to set
up and troubleshoot, and most of October to sequence. (I should
probably mention that I'm only 16, too, and do this almost entirely
on my own.) (Sorry, but my video is on Youtube. I
prefer Vimeo as well, but their "one-HD-video-a-week" policy
prevented me from uploading it there in all its 1080p glory.)
Mechanicsville , MD United States. 112
channels of Light-O-Rama using about 20,000 lights. New this year is
almost 4000 LED's on the house and a 20' mega tree with about 11,000
Morristown, NJ United States. For
2010 I wanted to feature the song "I Want A Hippopotamus For
Christmas" by Gayla Peevey since I had obtained a number of light up
hippos in 2009.
Chesapeake, VA United States. This
was my first year with Light-O-Rama and originally was going to go with just
32 channels until I started planning everything I wanted and then
knew I had to jump to 80 channels.
I had a blast with it and really enjoyed the new software
which made it pretty easy to pick up.
I have about 30,000 led lights and about 49 inflatables.
Next year I am already planning on adding a mega tree and
more color to the mini tree's.
Whether I win or not I had a great time with my first year
and am looking forward to many more to come. Thanks. Allen Holt http://www.holtfamilylights.com
Bryan Greenwood Monterey Park, CA United States. Paloverde Dreamlights 2010 presents a tribute to the fountains of
Bellagio in this year's show entitled "AGUA, ARCOS, Y ANGELES"
("Water, Arches, and Angels"). We have completely different looks
and themes each year. I was asked to make 2010's display "simple &
serious". This is the result. Our display uses 112 channels of
Light-O-Rama and only LED lights. The 12 17' "Bellagio Poles" set up in a semi
circle 5' feet apart use 5 channels each and are made out of
electrical conduit. I folded the 60 white LED strings in 3 equal
segments that overlapped (4-2-1) and then overlapped each string by 2
segments over the next string. The method results in a softer
dimming transition and required fewer channels. I felt this method
best replicated the sense of drops of water. The 6 arches use 7
channels each. Only 3 channels were used to do the color fountains.
The remaining 7 channels controlled the Mega Tree and strobes. We
hope you enjoy it.
Caguas, Puerto Rico United States. This
is my third year participating and enjoying the light show. And
enjoying Christmas in Puerto Rico that are long. 96 channels
were using this year and the song is a Christian who says God is
powerful and I like that.
Edmond, OK United States. 15,000
LED Christmas Lights, a 15 ft Video Screen, and amazing arrangements
by Trent Austin and Lifechurch.tv all brought our house to life
during the 2010 Christmas Season. Located in Edmond, Oklahoma and
featuring controllers and software from Light-O-Rama.
This was our first year using controllers.
We used 59 channels and two CCR's.
I also had the privilege of playing keyboards, guitar, and
chimes the videos we used in our display this year.
Be sure and watch the last minute of this video.
Kendall Park, NJ United States. This
specific show uses approx. 120 channels, although other shows we run
may use more. Every display in this sequence is home-made.
Ron Vinyard Body Cover Design Grants Pass, OR United
kids love the computerized shows,
so last year we bought the stuff to decorate at our work
since our house is on a cul-de-sac and on a flag lot, so it can't be
seen. and instead of spending money on advertising we hope to spend
that money to put on a show for people in town to enjoy. 5 16
channel controllers up 2 from last year, using the home built
Light-O-Rama kits. and 16,500 lights. Tried to find an unusual song, that didn't
have an easy to follow beat and we love this song. the building
never gets dark since the restaurant next door is well light all
night but it still shows well. Hard to decorate a big rectangle with
a creek on one side, but we tried our best. Hope you like it.
Minneola, FL United States. I am
using 118 channels in my light show. I design, build, program, setup
and even shoot the videos myself. There are 4 speakers in the yard
and I also use a modulator so the viewers can tune to 99.9 FM to
listen in their cars. Approximately 80% of the lights are LED. I
will always have some incandescent lights because the mixture of
both look amazing together. There are 30 arches surrounding the
display which are made of electrical PVC and wrapped with garland
and lights. The 3 arches in the center of the front yard are leaping
arches with blue LED's and white incandescents. I used blue lights
because everyone seems to use white for leapin arches. My viewers
love them because it looks like water dancing in the yard. The large
arch over the driveway is also leaping with red/green mini lights.
The rest of the arches surrounding the yard also have red/green mini
lights. I setup 7 LED snowflakes (blue/white) that chase on top of
the fence. The megatree is 20 feet tall with 16 strands of LED's
(white/multicolor) topped with an LED star. I limited the number of
strands on this to keep the tree transparent so the lights behind it
are visible. This created a nice effect. There are over 400 C9 bulbs
on the upper and lower roofs. I attached the C9 strings to 1x2
boards which making setting up and taking down much easier. There
are also 5 LED stars on the roof. Santa and deer (all LED's) are
proudly displayed on the very top of the second story roof with
Rudolph's nose "glowing oh so bright" (one red C9 bulb). The 3
dolphins, palm tree and surrounding water are all LED's. Some people
didn't think the dolphins fit into Christmas so I placed Santa hats
on them. They are now Christmas dolphins. Next year of course the
hats will light up with red/white LED's. The 4 oak trees having
"chasing trunks". I used 5 channels for the red/white LED's which
are also tied to the 5 snowflakes on the pillar next to the front
porch. You will find blue LED's everywhere in my show because blue
is my favorite color and they look incredible! I used them to
outline the yard, driveway, fence and the boarders of the roofs.
Well that pretty much sums it up. I also put on a crazy Halloween
show. I would like to see Light-o-Rama start hosting a Halloween
contest (just a thought).
Scottsdale, AZ United States. Our
display contains roughly 40,000 LED lights and 60 Blowmolds/Figurines/Christmas
yard art. This year we
upgraded and used 96 channels (I Didn't have time to sequence in the
16 extra) but it was our best show yet.
We ended up on the news a couple times and was able to share
our passion and dedication to the city of Scottsdale.
We we're able to touch some hearts and brighten the lives of
many and it was a true blessing.
This year was especially difficult for the display because we
had to set it all up over Thanksgiving. I was away at school playing
baseball in Michigan so that weekend was a blur.
Overall I am very pleased and thank Light-O-Rama for all their hard
work and dedication to Christmas.
God Bless! http://www.rubinochristmas.com
KB Productions Orangevale, CA United States. Computerized light show on Dovewood Court in Orangevale, California
using 21,400 mini lights and 80 separate lighting channels. Height
is 16 feet, length is 45 feet, made from small metal conduit and
metal strut. Thirty two piano keys, 16 presents and 16 happy faces.
Took about 30 hours to program using Light-O-Rama software and
hardware (5 controllers of 16 channels each). Custom design by Ken
Benedict and installed with the help of the homeowners David and
Diana. Was viewed by thousands of people during Christmas of 2010,
who also saw other houses on the same court and their wonderful
lighting displays. This has been a tradition on Dovewood Court for
30 years and this is the first year for this piano-themed lighting
Columbus, OH United States. My
2010 Light-O-Rama Computer Christmas Display.
Live in Columbus, OH.
This is my 2nd year of doing a computer display.
112 Channels and around 23 thousand lights.
Yes, my display is small, but I'm learning and adding new
elements each year.
Naperville, IL United States. 80
Channel, Light-O-Rama display, Approximately 17,000 lights. Display
and website designed and implemented by 16 year old.
Parents helped with setup and funding.
This is our 2nd year of our Light-O-Rama display and we are very proud
of it. http://www.themagicalhouseonhuntercircle.com/
Canada . 80 channels
controlled by Light-O-Rama.
We run mostly incandescents as they are cheaper to buy.
This is our second year of computerized displays.
We ran just shy of 14000 lights.
The total amperage is 76 amps. We had a donation box
set up and raised $1262.50 for our charity.
Owens Cross Roads, AL United States. Our
4th year doing a Light-O-Rama display.
Only one of 3 animated shows in the city.
TX United States. This is video is Celine Dion's version of So This is
Christmas. The display highlight in this video is our Merry
Christmas sign we built for the roof. It is 2' tall and 28' long and
lit with C9 lights. Each letter is individually Light-O-Rama controlled and
there is a special holiday message displayed on the sign (Hint: The
reason for the season). We live 10 miles outside of Huntsville and
have always joked the only people that see our display is Santa
Claus and low flying aircraft. This year word got out and we had
more people come to see our display than ever before. This is also
our first year to have video and the opportunity to share our
display. The video highlights 80 channels of Light-O-Rama control and several
static elements. We hope you enjoy our display and forgive the
amateurish videography and editing.
Mason, MI United States. This
is our 2nd year using Light-O-Rama and we have over 50,000 lights consisting
of 9 – 6foot trees with 800 RGW minis of each color, 26’ tall mega
tree with 32 strands of RGW minis, 14 snow flakes, 10 mini-trees,
roof outlined in 1700 minis of RGW and not to mention all of the
other items. We broadcast on
107.1 FM using a Ramsey 30B.
Our show runs the day after Thanksgiving to Jan 2nd each year.
There is more information about our show on our website
including “How To” section. http://www.brownchristmaslightshow.com
Jamestown, NY United States. Everything in this display except for the controllers was "home
brew" and I even assembled some of them too.
I started building snowflakes in August and completed
installation and programming in time for the weekend after
Thanksgiving. I wanted to do
something more than just flash lights in time with the music so
there are some features not often seen in typical light shows
including a little humor here and there if you watch closely.
Huntsville, AL United States. This
is my 3rd year working with in computer controlled Christmas light
displays. 1st year, 16
channels, 2nd year, 48 channels, 3rd year, 96 channels, and next
year, unknown. Probably start
developing some animatronic displays.
It's been a pleasure working with the Light-O-Rama software and
Wilmington, NC United States. I am
using 5 CTB16PC controllers all run from the DC-MP3 controller. The
display includes just over 24,000 lights and features a 20'
Mega-Tree, 3 leaping arches, 32 candy canes, and a 3 channel
Bethlehem star. http://www.wilmingtonchristmaslights.com
El Paso, TX United States. All
original design and sequencing. Homemade Wreath, Tree, Arches,
Star and Rays,... I've added features from year to year, while
trying to keep the look and feel of a Christmas postcard.
Xenia, OH United States. 80
Schaumburg, IL United States. Our
display consists of over 18,000 lights, including 10 spotlights.
The lights are separated into 95 different channels.
Our display is different from others in that we try to hide
all wires and cords, so we do not use mega-trees or the smaller
trees that are just made of wound up light cords.
All the lights on the house are mounted on frames and the
wires are carefully wrapped to limit their visibility. We try to
take a different approach and try not to have the "Griswold look" in
our front yard. http://www.christmasontiffany.com
Mechanicsville, MD United States. . My 2nd year
animating with LOR, I have 112 channels and about 20,000 lights,
about 4500 of those are LED's. The MEGA tree is 20' tall and has
about 11,000 lights on it.
Acworth, GA United States. Used
Light-O-Rama program using 83 channels.
Display consists of a combination of mini lights, rope
lights, figurines and strobe lights.
This is our third year using the program and it's getting
easier to use every year.
MAGICAL HOLIDAY MOMENTS FAIRFIELD, CA United
States. Magical Holiday Moments started out as just a simple static
Christmas lights display until the 'Animation Bug' bit us. Our
Display is a Christmas lights tribute to Disneyland in Fairfield,
Calif. making it a premier destination in Northern California to
view a Christmas lights display.
Our light show is computer controlled animation synchronized
to music broadcasted on 88.3fm so you can listen to the music and
enjoy the show in your car. This year our show will feature freshly
introduced elements to the display making for a more exciting
experience with visually stunning lighting effects to dazzle your
senses. Also we have upgraded
more existing lights to the energy efficient, vibrantly colorful,
LED lights. http://MAGICALHOLIDAYMOMENTS.WEEBLY.COM
Friend, NE United States. Here
is BecklerLights 2010. The show has over 40,000 lights all LED. I am
a Freshman in college and put up this show over my 1 week
thanksgiving break. Before thanksgiving i planned everything out.
The dots on the roof are 4 foot snowflakes. the flag pole is 35
feet, the star is 40 feet high, and the entire display is 250 feet
wide. This is the 4th year of the display. There ate a total of 496
channels in this display (288 CCR) Have a wonderful year. Enjoy
Titusville, FL United States. This
is my Castle show that I set up on my campsite at Disney's Fort
Wilderness Campground. The castle stands 6 feet tall and is 3/4 in
thick and is flanked by 26 trees. I also use 2 Firefli units (soon
to be CCR's) for the Tinker Bell effect. The music is Wish upon a
Star and Wishes (Disney's Christmas show), edited into a 5 minute +
sequence. Thank you, Dave Lovett
Peter Reynolds Armonk, NY United States. I have
15,900 Christmas lights that I accumulated over the past 3 years. I
have 96 Channels programmed to 6 other songs. Everything can rotate
from red to green to clear. I have a 4ft Bethlehem star on my roof,
2000 C7 and C9 bulbs on my house itself, a 20 ft Mega tree and 2
arches on either side of my house. And more them half mile worth of
extension cords. I’m 18 years old and bought every thing on my own,
I hope to this for the next 2 years before I enlist into the army.
Enjoy; House on Christmas Street by Judy Pancoast,
Programmed by: Peter Reynolds
Coquitlam, British Columbia
Canada . Display
consists of 96 channels and approximately 95% of the 12,000 lights
are LEDs. http://www.mattsonlights.com
Alpharetta, GA United States. Mint
Julep Christmas Display. Residential Christmas Display at 311
Julep Ct, Alpharetta, GA 30009. Consisting of 43,000+ lights
synchronized to 20 songs lasting approximately 45 minutes with 128
different channels of Light-O-Rama controllers. It includes 1-20'
mega-tree, 2-10' spiral mega-trees, 4 Holdman Twig trees, 6
maxi-trees, 16 mini-trees, 6-10' leaping arches, mini-skating rink
display, and seven blow molds. Show runs Thanksgiving to New
Years. Sun-Thur 6pm-10pm. Fri-Sat 6pm-11pm. Watch the lights dance
and listen to the music on 88.3 FM radio in the comfort of your car.
Show is free but donations are graciously accepted and ALL funds go
to the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Sibley Heart Center. Bring
the kids and enjoy.
Martin, TN United States. Our
display is called Martin's Christmas Lights Spectacular and it is
located in Martin, TN. The display features over 55,000 lights, 112
channels of computerized control, 50 strobes lights, 22 ft MEGA TREE
with 7,200 lights, (4) 10ft arches, 4-8ft lighted poles and 18 Mutli-colored
Christmas trees. We collect canned goods for our local food bank at
our display. We collected over double what we got last year. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Martins-Christmas-Lights-Spectacular/163118120367722
Santa Ynez, CA United States. 128 Light-O-Rama channels with about 17,000 LEDs.
The megatree is 23 feet to the top of the star and has about
8,000 lights. The Ferris
Wheel is over 10 feet tall and has 30-inch Teddy Bears. http://www.swampoak.com
United States. Christmas On Yorkdale: This is my 2nd year
using LOR, with 64 Channels (CTB16PC) for traditional LED and
incandescent mini-lights along with 9 channels for Rainbow
Floods/Spots (RGB LED) using a CMB-16D-QC, for a total of 73
channels. Display includes
three 7-channel leaping arches, and a 3-color mega-tree (8ch white,
4ch red, 4 ch green). FM
Transmission of music using an EDM-LCD-RDS-EP transmitter, and
voiceovers by the Demented Elf.
Gilbert, AZ United States. This
is my house from 2009. I
moved in 2010 and this is all the video I have
Animated Christmas Lights in Queen Creek, AZ. Music broadcasted over
93.9FM. Includes 6 ft Helium Balloon with Lights floating over the
house and 4 "Leaping Arches" over driveway.
Appleton, WI United States. 112
channels with close to 60,000 lights.
Strict use of Red, Green, and White insure the display has a
very festive, holiday look regardless of which strings of lights are
on at any time. Entire front
borders of lot are outlined with Red and Green striped peppermint
sticks and candy canes with large red bows.
These are placed every 5' and also have the three colors of
lights used in the display strung on them.
Currently the display is 25 to 30 percent LED's which include
the roof outline, Icicle lights (3 colors),peppermint sticks, Mega
Tree, and the fans under all four arches.
Ladera Ranch, CA United States. Nice mashup song, ACDC, I thought it was different.. http://perrychristmas.com
Lights on Old Charlotte is Located in Franklin, Tennessee.
2010 was our fifth year of doing a computerized Christmas
display. We had over 50,000
Lights, 96 Channels of Light-O-Rama Computer Control, and 27 Channels
of DMX Control. The show is
broadcasted over a Low-Power FM Transmitter that can be heard on
89.9FM. We are located on Old
Charlotte Pike in Franklin and our show runs Thanksgiving day
through Christmas Day. The
show runs from 4:30-10:30pm daily. http://www.franklinchristmas.us
Fort Walton Beach, FL United States. First
year in a new House, Approx. 15,000 Lights, Video is from story done
by local newpaper link. 128
Channels and looking to double it for 2011
Sheridan, IN United States. Lights
are done to Mannheim Steamroller's "Veni Veni" (Christmas Sweet
Memories album) There are 6 controllers, 20,000 lights and 2
Light-O-Rama Cosmic Color Ribbons (the two arches)
Shelbyville, IN United States. This
was the second year for the display, and my first year of college, 3
hours away. The display has
over 25,000 lights, controlled by 80 channels of CTB16PC
controllers. Last year, I
started with 16 channels, and only white lights. So this year, I
added red and green lights to most of the display, the three arches,
and ten new mini trees. The
Polar Express was one of four songs in the show.
Christmas Angels by Michael Smith, Nutrocker by TSO, and We
Wish You a Merry Christmas by Twin Sisters Productions were the
other songs in the show. I
also had voicers provided by The Demented Elf Productions.
This was my first year taking donations as well. I had always read
about others taking donations for organizations and raising hundreds
to thousands of dollars. I wanted to keep the donations local and
preferably wanted to take donations for children. I did research and
about a month before the display began an article ran in the local
paper about a 2-yr.-old boy with AML(Acute Myleoid Leukemia).
I contacted his parents to ask their permission to take
donations for him and with much appreciation they said yes.
I informed them that I would probably not raise over $1000
dollars, since it was my first year taking donations and that
spreading the word about donations would be difficult. However, when
all was said and done, I raised a total of $1541.95.
It may not seem like a huge amount but I was only expecting
$500 at the most, so I was blown away! I considered this years
display to be extremely successful. It would not have been possible
without the help of all of my family and friends. I enjoying putting
on the display for the community and hope to continue doing so as
long as I can.
Pleasanton, CA United States. TSO's
Christmas in Sarajevo synced to our front yard display comprised of
three mega trees 2- 10' and 1 - 15' trees.
24 Lighted 2' trees - hard to see in video ring the mega
trees. 8 - bows and various light sculptures and lights throughout
the yard. This is just the front, you should see the remaining 1/2
acre back yard displays. This
is our second year using Light-O-Rama products and we've found them to be a
great addition and anticipate expanding beyond the seven boxes we
currently have. Way to go Light-O-Rama - Very Nice Product http://www.widmer-world.com
Channahon, IL United States. Just
over 60,000 lights, Reflections of Earth. Displayed on Chicago
Channel 7 News. Light-O-Rama - 128 Channels http://www.weberslights.com