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Luminato Light Balls - Toronto
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Big hanging light balls installation at Toronto's Dundas Square as part of Luminato festival in 2008. The balls have LED lights inside them which will change colour based on the music fed to them. People would bring their MP3 players and dance to the song and lights.

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