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Blinkenlights is back (stereoscope)

Some of you might remember the famous blinkenlights installations of the CCC in Berlin at Alexanderplatz some years back. Basically
they used a matrix of windows on a building for a low-resolution display to
play pong and display all kinds of animations and text.

After a long break, they’re back, even bigger with blinkenlights stereoscope,
a massive installation spanning 960 windows of Toronto City Hall. The entire backend technology
has been re-implemented based on OpenBeacon.

, specifically the WMCU and the WDIM units.



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