I agree. One thing that always strikes me about the US: they light and showcase buildings of note. I always thought they kicked our A$$es in this aspect, and never really understood the almost complete lack of lighting on heritage buildings in most cities in Canada. Overall, glad to see this, although we need more of it.Fantastic. We need to show of these beautiful historic buildings in any way we can. Bruce Bell is an entertaining and knowledgeable speaker. This is a step in the right direction.
Great link, the lighting looks terrific. I can't wait to get down there and see it in person. I'd like to see more buildings lit up like these.There are a few pictures from last night in this link.
Probably because LEDs are not yet as efficient as metal halide or other discharge lamps.how disappointing that they're not using LEDs. This will be the standard for anything of this nature within the next 5-10 years, so why they're not doing it now is mind-blowing.
because we'd waste more energy if we did it now....due to the current inefficiencies of LEDs.Why can't we just do it now and save the waste?