In Las Vegas lately, it’s lights, cameras and more lights
early 80 years after the first casino blinked to life along the stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard now known as the Strip, the re-illumination of Las Vegas is nearly complete.
Call it the end of the neon era or the beginning of the LED epoch.
Either way, in the next two years, numerous hotels, casinos and other attractions, eager to boost tourism after several relatively flat years, are unveiling new buildings and upgrades that depend heavily on brighter displays, finer resolution, bigger screens, more motion and LED technology.
Meanwhile, along the five-block canopy-covered area in downtown known as the Fremont Street Experience, management on New Year’s Eve unveiled a $32-million lighting system upgrade said to be seven times brighter, with four times better resolution than it had, meaning tourists can look up and see the images and videos on the underside of the canopy even in daylight.
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