MEDFORD, Ore. — A San Francisco company could’ve called one of the hundreds of computer technicians in the city for its light show project. Instead, the company hired a Medford technician team. The show is called “Bay Lights.” It opened Tuesday. The show is made up of 25,000 LED lights on the Bay Bridge.
Medford company, ACME Computers, created the online streaming feature for the show. That means anyone can watch it online from anywhere in the world for the next two years. The team leader says his crew did six weeks worth of work in 60 hours.
“We slept very little between Saturday night and Tuesday when they went live. So we had conference calls at 2 a.m. and we drank a lot of coffee,” said ACME Computers CEO Cael Weston.
ACME Computers also has offices in Klamath Falls, Yreka, Mt. Shasta and Redding.
“Bay Lights” organizers were so happy with the work, they’re now asking the Medford company to work with them on a project in Dubai. The light show happens from dusk to 2 a.m. every night. Click here to see the live stream.