When you’re willing to set up a home holiday display that uses 502,165 bulbs and sets a world record, it may seem hard to top yourself next year, but that’s what a Canberra, Australia man has done.
After deciding to take his light decorating skills to a community center mall, David Richards has managed to pull off a serious feat in the use of LED lighting.
“…he fashioned 1.2 million bulbs into the shape of three gifts, in what Guinness World Records has confirmed is the largest LED display in the world. If laid down on the ground, the lights would stretch on for a jaw-dropping 75 miles.”
The remarkable display of LEDs is certainly stunning, open to the public, and built to serve charitable causes, including sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) research and Kids ACT charities.
How long will it be before someone breaks this record and we see an even more extensive use of LEDs?