Christopher Popowich and Cindy Limauro honor Randy Pausch and The Last Lecture with color-changing LEDs
Christopher Popowich and Cindy Limauro of C&C Lighting, LLC, used 7,000 color-changing LEDs in lighting The Pausch Bridge on the Carnegie Mellon University campus in Pittsburgh. Pausch—who was a professor of computer science at CMU—gave a popular talk called “The Last Lecture,” followed by a book of the same name, when he knew he was dying of pancreatic cancer (he passed away in 2008). “The lighting looks for The Pausch Bridge are inspired from visual metaphors in Randy’s book,” says ...
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