We're all about creating dynamic shows by mixing lights, music and
electrical control of almost anything and everything. Our customers
are very proud of their displays and have sent us videos. Watch them and get some great ideas!
Click any image to watch their submitted video.
All videos are in a universal ,mp4 format so they should play on Macs, PCs
and smartphones. If videos are slow to open, it's because the entire
video is downloaded before playback begins. Adjust your browser
default program settings to start playing an .mp4 file while it is still
streaming to your device for a much better viewing experience. If you
are using Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 9, we suggest you goto:
Tools :: Internet Options :: Programs Tab :: Set Programs (near the bottom).
Now goto Set Program Access and Computer Defaults. Select Custom then
scroll down the list till you see "Choose a default media player." Click the
radio button next to Windows Media Player and you are good to go.
Lightasmic! Bakersfield, CA United States. This
10 minute holiday light show was created for Grand Prairie, TX. A
special theatre was built within a tent in a parking lot with
stadium seating for audience viewing. Story was written and produced
by Lightasmic! of Bakersfield, Ca. Features of show include: 500,000
lights, 320 channels, snow, gobos, beacons, and 10' tall by 12' wide
projection of custom animation. The show uses a combination of
animation and light to tell the story of Louis the elf who has lost
his way. http://www.lightasmic.com
Shadrack Productions Bristol, TN
United States. This
drive-through display covering more than 10 acres with a one mile
long vehicle trail features hundreds of thousands of LED lights! The
music selection was arranged, performed and recorded by Shadrack.
This display uses over 1600 Light-O-Rama channels spanning 4
networks. Among the hundreds of hand-crafted elements included in
this show are two particularly large items, a 70 foot tall Mega Tree
and a 70 foot tall Vertical Leaping Light. Located in Sevierville,
TN, this was one of four shows by Shadrack Productions in 2010.
Extreme Lightscapes Providence Village, TX
United States. Designed for the Household of Faith Church in New Orleans, this
display features more than 1500 red, green and warm white M5 LED
strands and is powered by 23 Light-O-Rama 1602W and a DC-MP3.
WowLights Productions Chino, CA United
States. WowLights Productions display video of Deck The Halls by Jeremy
Luzier. Features 940 Light-O-Rama channels on 16 houses with 5
WowLights Star Bursts, 6 Mega Trees, LED Flood Lights, Cascading
Tubes, 400 WowLights C9 Strobes, 12 WowLights Arches, and too many
lights to count. http://www.wowlights.com
Crooks, SD United States. Well,
in our 5th year, we sold our house and moved our display to a
commercial location. A mall
to be exact. It went over
pretty well and we had our second highest donation total ever at
over 27k for the season.
We've raised over 123K for make a wish in the last 5 years with this