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Speedy1 - first go at controlled lights - mega tree with 500 RGB Pixels.

Discussion in 'Show Off Arena' started by speedy1, Dec 6, 2011.

  1. speedy1

    speedy1 New Elf

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    Hi there ACL,
    I found some time to take sample videos tonight.
    Here are the links. Hope you enjoy, the kids in the street seem to like the displays. The mate across the street has also done a very nice static display. Always looks better for real.
    speedy1's - xmas lights 2011 complete house view
    speedy1's - xmas lights 2011 complete house view

    speedy1's - xmas lights 2011 mega tree from street
    speedy1's - xmas lights 2011 mega tree from street

    speedy1's - xmas lights 2011 static santa and home made excel driven message board.
    speedy1's - xmas lights 2011 static santa and home made excel driven message board.

    speedy1's - xmas lights - mega tree and santa from street.
    speedy1's - xmas lights - mega tree and santa from street.

    speedy1's - xmas lights - mega tree close up.
    speedy1's - xmas lights - mega tree close up.
     
  2. Boof63

    Boof63 Senior Elf Generous Elf

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    nice mega and display. wish my yard was bigger :-[
     
  3. fasteddy

    fasteddy I have C.L.A.P Global Moderator Generous Elf

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    Great work with the tree speedy and i love those Kangaroos. Im sure your very happy with the result and your neighbour across the road is very jealous of your tree
     
  4. Bird

    Bird Proud LOR user

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    Very nice diplay.
    Santa and Kangaroos ... bigger feet = better traction in snow?
     

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