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Harbour lights are star of Sydney festival

Australia’s Sydney Harbour Bridge has been lit with more than one hundred thousand LEDs which are controlled by the public.

The Sydney-based lighting designer 32 Hundred Lighting created the installation onto the famous landmark’s western face, using 100,800 individual programmable LEDs. A software program with a touch screen interface let passers-by choose the bridge’s colours and lighting scenes.

The bridge was lit for the first time with LEDs for June’s festival of light and music Vivid Sydney (24-10 June).

You can watch a video of the Vivid Sydney festival below.

Highlights from Vivid Sydney 2013

 

 

 

 

 

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