If you ever find yourself in Leesburg, Virginia–although I can’t imagine why–you might want to seek out the home of Brandon Bullis. Using a computer-controlled 2,500-channel display featuring 8,400 LEDs lights, he’s created this Halloween display set to Macklemore’s “Downtown.”
This isn’t just some sort of out-of-control hobby, though. Bullis works for Edwards Landing Lights, which, I assume does work for airports. The whole thing is a demo for what the company can do.
Two interesting notes:
(1) The lights are so efficient that the estimated electricity bill for the season will be under $50.
(2) You can’t hear the music unless you tune to a low-power FM signal. The neightbours can at least be grateful for that.
You can read more about the project at TIME.