The Geo-E-Site, an important hydroelectric power station located 62 miles northwest of Tokyo that provides most of the energy needs to the surrounding areas and plays host to a number of tourists daily, has just become home to a number of Clay Paky lights and projectors. A subterranean open-space environment about 984 feet below the power station was created as part of a plan for revaluing the Geo-E Site area. The purpose is to illustrate all the steps that lead to the production of ...

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