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2014 Videos Are Now Posted

Friday, December 19th, 2014

You can see all the 2014 videos by checking out this Facebook post. Have a Merry Christmas. Post by Carney Christmas.

2013 Videos

Saturday, December 21st, 2013

All the videos from this year are now posted on www.facebook.com/CarneyChristmas  Please like the page while you are there to keep up with the show in the future.  

Testing for 2012 is Almost Complete

Saturday, October 6th, 2012

I have almost finished testing all the boards before I start setting up for Halloween.

2011 Is Ready To Light

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

We are ready to go. Everything will start Thanksgiving night at 5:30pm. This year we are collecting donations for Infant Crisis Services of Oklahoma City. With an additional 10,000 lights from last year we are hoping for a great turn out.

We Are Live!!!

Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

After some minor issues and rerouting some channels we finally went live December 2nd.

Arch Test

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Testing the stability of the arch.

3D Star for Megatree

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

I just finished the 3D star for the top of the megatree.  It is made from metal tubing, rope lights and lots of zip ties.  Each color is on its own channel. Each half is doubled over to leave the possibility of separating the star into two pieces so next year I can control each [...]

Light Production 2010

Saturday, August 14th, 2010

This year our light show will have about 15,000 lights divided into 160 channels for independent control of  brightness.  I will be running four Renard SS16 boards and four Renard SS24 boards.  To communicate with the computer controller I will use a Ren-W, one inside and one outside to make the connection wireless.  Included in the [...]

Getting Supplies Home

Friday, August 13th, 2010

Sometimes you have to be creative getting supplies home from the store.  I needed 20 foot pieces of PVC for the arches and the only way to transport them was to loop the PVC outside the vans driver side window and back in the passenger window.  Our seven year old son said he was embarrassed as we drove away from the store!