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Watch projection-mapped lights bring Vegas neon signs back to life

The Las Vegas boneyard of discarded neon signs got a brilliant makeover this month thanks to projection-mapped images that made the still-broken signs look like they were working again. The project was a benefit for The Neon Museum. (more…)
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