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Published on Mar 6, 2007
A computer-controlled display made out of 144 LEDs.
The idea came from germany, where the group "CCC" or Chaos Computer Club, created a matrix of lights in the "Haus des Lehrers" building at Alexanderplatz in Berlin. They installed computer controlled lights in 144 windows spanned over 8 floors (18 windows per floor). This was done first in 2001. You can look at their webpage at BlinkenLights.de.
The spinning star is playback of a ".blm" file found at blinkenlights.de. The games are perl-scripts playing from the computer, using my keyboard to play.