Lights on Williamsburg

Sun - Thur 5:30pm to 10pm

Fri - Sat 5:30pm to 11pm

Tune radio to 107.1 FM to hear music. Speakers also play music for those walking by.

The display is made up entirely of RGB pixels which are color changing lights. Each light you see actually has 3 individual LEDs inside colored red, green, and blue. Varying the intensity of each of those LEDs separately allows for millions of colors to be visible. This is done fairly easily with specially made lighting controllers together with computer software. The computer generates information for the controller to interpret which then communicates with each individual pixel to tell it what intensity each of those LEDs need to be. This data is generated multiple times per second to allow for smooth transitions. The computer software has come a long way in making it easy to generate desired effects in a relatively short amount of time. I use xLights to sequence all the lights to music.

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Display Information

Just over 12000 RGB pixels

Falcon F16 controllers, Kulp Lights K-8, K-40D Controllers

Falcon Remote Receivers

Raspberry Pi micro-computer

Soundblaster Play 3 USB sound card

Pyle Audio amplifier

Rangestar FS CZH-05B FM Transmitter


House Outlines




Pixel Tree

Mini Trees

Candy Canes


Flood Lights