These Christmas lights dance to the tune of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra
It is a tradition honored across the ages - people would decorate the outside of their houses and front lawns to celebrate the coming of the happiest time of the year. Even in those warmer regions, where snow is a thing of fiction, people would scatter fake snow to bring the Christmas spirit closer.
As time passed, technology became more available and even more affordable, people would go way out of their way to create the most elaborate yard decorations. Hollywood has made a fortune out of movies on this subject!
The earliest known viral video of holiday lights on display was uploaded by Carson Williams in 2005, synchronized to the song “Wizards in Winter” by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. The American progressive rock band has released four Christmas-themed albums and it would seem that they are inspiration for many Christmas-decorating fanatics.
In this video, a guy in Connecticut has decorated his home with an array of 112 channels which control over 30,500 LED lights through Light-O-Rama software! It is a mouthful to pronounce, but it it still an amazing visual performance to marvel at! We could watch this all day.