Nutcracker-synced Lights Raise $25,000 for Perth Kids Hospital

Nutcracker-synced Lights Raise $25,000 for Perth Kids Hospital

Perth lights displayAn Australian entrepreneur, Kym Illman, launched his latest Christmas lights extravaganza, this year synching his and his neighbors lights to music — two homes pulsing in time to the “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy”. And the six hours Illman and his team spent working to erect the display is also for a good cause—he’s hoping to outdo his annual donations to the Perth’s children’s hospital with $30,000 this year.

The show won the city of Perth’s “Best Lights in Dec 2010” and an International award for best synchronized show in March 2010.

Kym’s sensational Christmas lights display features 65,000 LEDs, 7kilometres of cable, 200 individual light channels all synchronized a musical soundtrack.

Donate to the PMH, Perth’s children’s hospital by clicking here – www.pmhfoundation.com.

(Watch the video below, or see a video NEWS REPORT here)

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