EL PASO – For the past seven years, a “must see” destination for El Paso-area holiday lighting buffs is the home of business executive Fred Loya. Stretching nearly a city block in length, Loya’s residence becomes something akin to a major tourist attraction. Elation staff member Esteban De Torre, also credited with the much-noted lighting design for Elation's booth at LDI this year, created the holiday light display, pixel mapping the entire Loya home and programming the timecode sequences with Elation’s Compu Live DMX lighting software.
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EL PASO – For the past seven years, just about everyone who lives in El Paso (or anywhere near this West Texas city) has put at least one stop on their “must see” holiday attraction list: the home of business executive Fred Loya. Stretching nearly a city block in length, Loya’s residence features a holiday light show worthy of a major tourist attraction.
The thousands of colored LEDs in the display dance and dart nimbly to a spirited selection of holiday music, transforming the entire street into a Christmas wonderland. Elation staff member Esteban De Torre, who designed the company’s award winning 2012 LDI light show, created the holiday light display, pixel mapping the entire Loya home and creating the intricate time codes with Elation’s Compu Live DMX lighting software.
“The programming that Esteban did for the El Paso Christmas Light Show was stunning,” said Eric Loader, Director of Sales at Elation Professional. “This impressive holiday light show demonstrates what a talented designer can accomplish with our control and programming products. The Compu Live software is a powerful tool that can be used to create and generate scenes, cues, chases and shows easily. It synchronizes lighting scenes or cues to music, using a time line format.”
The show also uses 36 ELAR Tri Floods lighting the house, plus 12 Platinum Beam 5Rs and hundreds of Elation dimmer packs.
To view a video of the El Paso Christmas Light Show click here