Many houses were donning the holiday spirit with twinkling lights and joyous decorations. But none could compare to one student’s vast display of creativity and vision.
Jonathon Reinhart, an electrical and computer engineering major at the University of Dayton, decided to create a holiday light show aimed to entertain his fellow students in 2009. Turned out, his creation captured the attention of tens of thousands on YouTube; creating a sensation that is in high demand on campus. Below is his inaugural light show from that year:
Below is shows that his project had vastly expanded. Hid design covered two houses, utilized 13,500 lights and had 96 channels of computer control deming. Watch the video below of his display:
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