Empire State Building Displays LED Lights

The new LED lighting system on the Empire State Building allows customized lighting of more than 16 million colors.

Help the Empire State Building shine brighter when you vote for the color of the LED lights. The historic building is letting voters choose the official standard colors for its new LED tower lights.

Designed by Philips Color Kinetics, the new LED lighting system allows customized lighting from a palette of more than 16 million colors. And that’s not including the many special effects and animations.

Each night the Empire State Building will shine each of its sides in a different shade of the same color until January 20th. Colors will include red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, and pink – a total of 28 color choices.

The lights will be an amazing display of the power of LED, one of the most versatile and popular lighting technologies designed for energy efficiency.

Voting is open to everyone at the building’s official Facebook page. The final seven colors will be announced the week of January 21, 2013.

Source: Mashable

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