This Halloween Light Display Set to The Fox Is Strangely Mesmerizing

Try not to be hypnotized.

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It hasn’t quite reached Gangnam Style status or anything, but The Fox, by Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis, is still widely popular and gimmicky enough to inspire an over-the-top and really quite impressive luminescent spectacle. A family in Leesburg, VA, used more than 8,500 lights and around 1066 channels of computer animation to make this happen.

Oh, and if you’re wondering how their neighbors could possibly be remotely okay with hearing The Fox blasting at all hours, worry not. Spectators simply pull up in their cars and tune in on their FM radio to hear the music. The family estimates that their electric bill for the display will run between $25-35 to keep it going through the Halloween season. That doesn’t seem too bad, but either way, can you really put a price on this complex work of art?

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2 comments
MarcRBarnes
MarcRBarnes

1066 channels? That is $20,000+ in controllers for 8500 lights.

JoeSmith6
JoeSmith6

That is flippin awesome.  If I had ten dollars extra I would gladly do the same thing.  You rock dude!