Light Show

Last updated: 12/23/2018


We put together the annual CSE Winter Light Show: a display of over 250,000 lights individually sequenced to music every December in the Civil Engineering Courtyard. It hosts a huge variety of light features, including a snowman band, a 22’ tall lit tree, and a 12’ by 4’ LED matrix. We build and program the control boards, build the light features, and individually sequence each light to music. The show has become an annual campus tradition, as well as a Teslaworks tradition. We are looking to recruit as many as people as possible to work on the project. No experience is needed, and students from all types of majors contribute to the light show. If you love lights, consider helping out with this amazing event! In addition to the Winter Light Show, we put on smaller light displays in the spring, like the spring jam letters and letters for Battle of the Bands. Helping out at these events is a great way to get involved with Light Show in the spring.

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General Focus Areas

Programming, soldering, electrical engineering, event coordination, woodworking, design, building, CAD


If you want to learn more about the project, come to one of our project meetings or contact Ashmita Sarma ([email protected]).