Impressive home Christmas light displays are pretty common these days in most parts of the United States, but this year I encountered a first right here in Oklahoma City: A synchronized light display with music provided via a low-power FM transmitter in the homeowner’s garage! People drive by and tune their car stereos to 97.7 FM to experience the full, multimedia light show.

Christmas 2011

I recorded a one minute, 43 second video in front of the house last week.

Learn more on the house’s light display official website, Christmas on Rosewood. According to the website FAQ, the owners use software and controllers from Light-o-Rama. Talk about high tech! Wow.


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