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It's not fake. The guy posted somewhere on how he did it, using something like 88 different light controllers!

 

I still think this kicks ass. I'm so inspired by this, I'm going out and buying a bunch of light-up penguins and am going to do something like this using Opeth's "Black Rose Immortal"...

 

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Since I didnt see this thread...Ill copy my post here.

 

This thing has flown around the internet faster than Paris Hiltons sex tape.

 

 

Music: Wizards of Winter by Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

House Owner: Carson Williams of Mason Ohio.

Number lights: 16,000

Number of LOR Channels: 88 (used to sync lights)

 

Software Used: Light-O-Rama

 

 

The music is broadcast over a low-power FM frequency so when you drive by and see the house theres a sign that gives you the frequency. So you can stop your car, tune in and enjoy the show.

 

(Saw this a few days ago and scowered the internet for info)

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Here's a part 2 here

 

EDIT...nevermind... someone posted the link already.

 

Seriously, this person has too much time on their hands or they took multiple shots and did frame-by frame animation (which I could even do of my house if I had some spare time and felt like taking shots of just certain sections of lights.

 

As a matter of fact, I know it's not real because on the part 2, the pic kinda shakes back and forth between each frame as though the picture wasn't aligned exactly with the last one.

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Dude...did you read my post? Its completely real. You can go check out his house. Its actually really easy.

 

It consists of hooking up your lights to LOR's (Light-O-Rama Channels) and then relaying them back to a computer.

 

The LOR program then can be configured like any stage show lighting. You can time all the lights to do anything and to music. The music is played via a low-power FM frequency.

 

 

Its very real. I found the guys address and everything.

http://www.snopes.com/photos/arts/xmaslights.asp

 

Heres how to do it:

http://www.wonderlandchristmas.com/wizardsofwinter.php

 

 

They were on MSN Video on the Today Show. TELL me its not real

http://video.msn.com/v/us/v.htm?g=ab5246e5-7858-4130-a16f-715edb504cc2

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