Fremont Street – Las Vegas, Nevada – Part 2

Jim says:

A few Blog entries ago, I wrote about our daylight visit to Fremont Street…the old “strip” of Las Vegas. Last Night Mary and I attended the famous light show known as the Fremont Street Experience on the 1,500 foot projection screen. It was quite short yet quite a show!

Hare are some facts about this light show…
* The average Viva Vision light show is six minutes long.
* Viva Vision’s projection surface is currently the largest screen in the world, spanning 1,500 feet in length (That’s the size of five football fields)
* The screen contains 12.5 million synchronized LED lamps, including 180 strobes and eight robotic mirrors per block.
* The lamp life of the bulbs is 50,000 hours.
* Average daily attendance at the Fremont Street Experience is more than 25,000.
* Last year, nearly 19 million people visited downtown Las Vegas

Hare are some photos that I took…


Here’s a brief video I made of a portion of the experience. Turn up your volume and then click this link…

Here’s the official Fremont Street Experience website link…

Here’s the official Vegas Travel website link about the Fremont Street Experience…

Here’s a Wikipedia link that will tell you everything you could want to know about the Fremont Street experience…

All original material Copyright – Jim Jaillet 2011
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