642 LED Tubes illuminated the California Academy of Science Big Bang Gala

Congratulations to California Academy of Sciences for another successful fundraiser, supporting the museum’s conservation programs and sustainability efforts. A big thank you to our event partners Blueprint Studios & McCalls Catering for creating an explosively fun event!

This special evening celebrated the bright minds making remarkable contributions to the field of science education — a topic at the heart of the Academy’s mission to explore, explain, and sustain life.

Our custom LED Tube Chandelier uses 5768 linear feet of tube comprised of 642 multi-colored tubes.  It took a small army about 17 days to build this stunning tent centerpiece!!

California Academy of Sciences | Big Bang Gala 2017 | Got Light & Blueprint Studios | © Show Ready

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Anchor Brewing Company Grand Opening with Melons Catering!

Got Light was thrilled to be a part of Anchor Brewery’s grand opening as an event space featuring exclusive caterer, Melons Catering and Events! The space itself is among their iconic copper kettles and historic taproom. The perfect place to throw your next big event!

Special thanks to our partners Melons Catering and Events, Standard Party Rentals, Natalini Flowers, Trish Tunney Photography, and A-Town Booking on showcasing this awesome venue!

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Got Light Named In BizBash 10 Best Ideas of the Week

WOW! BizBash named Got Light’s Led Tube Chandelier one of the top 10 Best Ideas of the Week!

Our Led Tube Chandelier was custom made for the San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum Gala on March 2. An event, that celebrated the connection between art and technology, featuring our 96-foot-long LED tube chandelier. The multicolor installation was created with more than 200 tubes.

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Thank you to our photographer Irja Elisa from Show Ready for shooting our stunner of a chandelier.

Got Light Dazzles the Legion of Honor with Video and Light!

9 Projectors… 862 hours of content creation… 1 historic building… 1 very special night.

A month after their intimate wedding, one of our favorite couples decided it was time to really party down!   

The majestic and historic Legion of Honor, perched above Lincoln park in San Francisco, became the focal point for their masquerade themed event… and the backdrop for a dazzling light show. Working closely with the brilliant team at Shannon Leahy Event Planning & Design, the couple teamed up with Got Light to produce a surprise masterpiece for its guests.

This audio visual narrative involved a process known as video mapping or “projection mapping”.

Projection mapping is a video technology used to turn objects into a display surface for video projection. These objects may be complex industrial landscapes, such as buildings, small indoor objects or theatrical stages. In this case, the object was the 7000 cubic yards of concrete and million pounds of reinforcing bar that make up the famed Legion of Honor. By using specialized software, the facade’s surface was spatially mapped, allowing graphics and visuals to be intricately placed on key details of the architecture. 

After dinner inside a lavishly tented Court of Honor, guests were invited to the front lawn for the unveiling. Little did they know the entire facade of the gorgeously appointed French Pavilion would come alive with an audio-visual feast.

The entire party faded to black and the soundtrack for the couple’s story began to play under the crowd’s whispers. As the music began to build, an intricate animation unfolded onto the building, showcasing various elements of the couple’s personalities and life stories using a diverse range of graphics, visuals, characters, animations, atmospheric transitions, and more.

Got Light was proud to create this stunning video masterpiece. Huge thanks and congrats to our design partners Shannon Leahy Event Planning & Design, Lucid Creative, Componere Fine Catering, and Hensley Event Resources.

Photography and video footage captured by Show Ready Photo & Lucid Creative.

For the full video watch below


1409252103-Legion-of-Honor-Museum-ticketsThe majestic Legion of Honor (before)

Don’t be fooled. This isn’t a rendering, nor is there one single light bulb used in the photo above. Instead, the Legion of Honor was illuminated solely by video projection and video mapping technology.


Nine 30,000 Lumen projectors sit 1,500 feet away from the projection surface. Housed in weather proof shipping containers. Two fully operational audio and video tech booths operate the magic below.