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Christmas Light Show 2002

Christmas Light Show 2003
with video download and pictures below

 

This years display, was different than others as I added two more Dasher units.
Now I have a total of 48 separate circuits with over 300 feet of Network Cable.
It took me 38 hours to set up the show, starting on November 9, 2003.
There are numerous feet of extension cords and over 13 hours of programming time.
I use two computers, 2 driveway sensors, 1 motion detector, a small FM station that I
built from a kit, lots of planning and designing.  I also have some X-10 controls for the
controlling of the start/stop of the show and for other applications.

The light show turns on when a vehicle drives in and the background music can be heard
through their radio or from one outside.

 

Video Downloads of this year's Light Show
Note: the volume is quite loud.

Approximately 4:53 minutes - Music was heard on their car radio
or on a radio playing outside.

Snowman throwing the snowball.

Snowman in the day.  There are 3 arms, but hard to see as the wires are green.
Also a close up of the pie tin tree.

Sign on Highway

Close up of reindeer in window.  The one on the right would move its head sideways

 

Pie tin tree at night

Pie tin tree in the day

 

Our tree, but not a very good picture. Close-up of children's Nativity in our wall unit.

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