What 4.5 million LEDs looks like

Over in Japan, 4.5 millions LEDs have been lit up for a holiday fantasia that runs through March 8. To see all these LEDs color cycling must be amazing to see in person.

As a matter of fact, I'll probably be out in Japan next year, but not early enough to catch this.

An estimated 4.5 million light-emitting diodes offer an amazing spectacle at the Nabana no Sato theme park in Kuwana, Mie Prefecture, on Saturday. The annual winter light show is scheduled to run until March 8. Kyodo. This year’s theme is flowers. The water illumination is out of this world. Here the beautiful sound of the river with vivid color changing-the-art LED technology enables a production of 64 billion colors. The rapidly changing colors actually look more like the flow of the river in front of our eyes. The pond is located in the heart of the Village but can be seen from all over the place.

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sharlston8 years ago
they are cool
ferrari4848 years ago
Wow. Now, put them in 1 pile.
Hahaha "hey guys, ....i smell burning..."
Magic ~~smoke~~ mushroom cloud!
lol Yea
wow, if each had to have their own resistor, that would increase the cost by %50, that would be a LOT of money... but i don't think they would, i think they just had the same power source that would match their voltage...
Cthulu8 years ago
Just wow.
Plasmana9 years ago
I wish I was there...
So I could steal some LED's for my project... :-)

And where the hell did they get all of those LED's!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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