Video: playable Angry Birds house takes holiday lights to next level

Angry Birds has reached into just about every corner of known society - and have even invaded the International Space Station. So, it stands to reason that someone, somewhere would create an Angry Birds themed holiday light display. If there is more than one (and we wouldn't be surprised), then Ric Turner, a former Disney Imagineer wins the prize for going the distance and making it playable

You read correctly. Ric Turner, his family, neighbors and friends can play Angry Birds on his house.

The display runs on two computers and 10 Light-O-Rama 16 channel controllers. It has more than 20,000 lights and amazingly uses less that one cent of electricity per game. Audio is broadcast on a local FM station and there is even a cord long enough for people to play from cars on the street.

Ric has some experience with interactive Christmas light displays having launched a Guitar Hero themed house in previous years.

Given that he's done this before we are assuming Ric and his family have some sort of sign up sheet or at the very least have become accustomed to strangers parking in front of their house.

Via Nerd Approved

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