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The Bay Lights Project will mount 25,000 individually controllable LEDs on the Bay Bridge’s suspension cables. You can see some BLP folks on the cables here, in an amazing video. Seems to be a massive undertaking and a potentially incredible art project. It should draw some pretty neat attention to one of the ‘other’ SF-area bridges.
The artist’s vision is to be able to control the individual LEDs to create a pulsing, mutating, living array of shapes, textures, and light.
The Bay Lights is an iconic light sculpture designed by internationally renowned artist Leo Villareal. This stunning fine arts experience will live for two years on the Bay Bridge West Span, starting with a Grand Lighting in late 2012.