Ramble on down to the Clark Planetarium for an LED light show
Posted by Birddog Lighting on Apr 15th 2011
Clark Planetarium in Salt Lake City, Utah, recently opened its brand new cosmic light show simply titled "Led Zeppelin." Seventies rock fans are sure to go wild over the show that will feature all of the rock legend's greatest hits and some cutting-edge lighting technology such as lasers, LED lights and 3D graphics, according to Utah's Daily Herald.
Today's laser light shows have improved drastically, and LED decorative fixtures are a top improvement. The lights shift between varying hues with the flick of a switch, making them perfect for an ever-changing set list that shifts between hard rock and blues tunes.
The planners have created an immersive environment that is aided by a 5.1 Dolby surround sound system that cranks out an incredible 15,000 watts of power.
"We want it to be like a concert experience as much as possible," Mike Murray, the planetarium's programs manager, told the news source.
Party planners can use the decorative potential of LED lighting to spruce up their next gathering. LED strip lights come in a variety of colors and can be affixed to any flat surface with the aid of their 3M adhesive strip.