Some very animated Christmas lights

Just in time for the holidays, this light performance – there really isn’t any other word for it – from neighborhood resident Steven Hammond, who lives on south Montreal near Hampton and Clarendon.

“We wanted to give something to the community and hopefully make everyone smile,” says Hammond, who started planning the display in June, began putting it up in October, and had it working at the beginning of the month. The animated display, called Christmas in the OC, is synchronized to music and controlled through a computer, is quite impressive.

After the jump, Hammond’s YouTube clip of the lights:


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