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   Undertoad  Sunday Jun 3 10:43 AM

June 3, 2012: 100000 LED-lit globes on a Japanese river



Quote:
Two weeks ago, during the inaugural Tokyo Hotaru festival, 100,000 little balls with LEDs were released in the Sumida River. The impressive installation was made to resemble fireflies (hotaru) and looked like a blur on the river when viewed from a distance. The spheres were 100% powered by solar energy and lighted up upon contact with water. After floating through central Tokyo, the LED’s were caught by a large net.
from demilked.com

Click the link and see the other pics - photographers of course realized they could get different effects from different exposures, and it's all quite beautiful. Click on the images to see them in larger format - worth the effort.


CaliforniaMama  Sunday Jun 3 11:56 AM

Beautiful!

The creativity of the photographers is amazing and it is great fun seeing their different takes on the same subject matter.



glatt  Monday Jun 4 08:09 AM

They are a lot larger than I was expecting from the first couple pictures.

Pretty! I wish we did more stuff like that here.



monster  Monday Jun 4 08:45 AM

I want some of these balls! I need these balls! Where can I get balls?



infinite monkey  Monday Jun 4 10:20 AM

There's a joke here somewhere, about led balls.



newtimer  Monday Jun 4 10:48 AM

"...the LED’s were caught by a large net."

Yeah? And then what? Tossed back into the river? Buried in a landfill? Sold as souvenirs? Where are they now?



ZenGum  Tuesday Jun 5 05:46 AM

Taken to a ball park and set free.



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SPUCK  Thursday Jun 7 05:55 AM

It's all a hoax.

LED doesn't phloat.



infinite monkey  Thursday Jun 7 10:18 AM

You would not believe at all
If ten million fire balls
Lit up the world as I fell asleep



BigV  Thursday Jun 7 11:05 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by SPUCK View Post
It's all a hoax.

LED doesn't phloat.
But what about on the moon?


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