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MIAMI, January 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The world’s tallest New Year’s countdown digital clock; the world’s largest electronic champagne geyser; and the world’s largest animated fireworks display lights up the South Florida skyline this holiday weekend, at the 60-story Paramount Miami Worldcenter skyscraper in downtown Miami.
New Year’s Tower lighting
New Year’s Eve; At the stroke of midnight, the superstructure switched on its state-of-the-art animation lighting system, marking the start of the year 2022.
A digital display of a colossal 60-second countdown appears on the 100-foot-high by 300-foot-wide rooftop crown of Paramount Miami Worldcenter.
In the dying moments of 2021, the clock began scrolling through the final seconds of the year, as an electronic geyser of champagne bubbles began to spit vertically upward through the building’s central column.
When the clock hit zero at midnight, a set of gigantic LED digits triggered the digits “2022” followed by the words “Happy New Year”.
The building’s lighting system then transformed into a huge virtual firework display – illuminating the ‘Magic City’ skyline.
The world’s most advanced animation lighting system
Ultra-futuristic Paramount is the iconic, 27-acre, $ 4 billion Miami Worldcenter skyscraper.
It is currently the largest urban core construction project in the country and the second largest real estate development in the United States, dubbed “The City within the City of the Future.”
Paramount’s lighting system consists of 16,000 light emitting diodes embedded in 10,000 high impact glass panels.
The $ 3 million lighting system, which took a total of 12 technicians to build, can create a combination of 16.2 million colors.
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“The spectacular lighting of the New Years Eve weekend tower at Paramount Miami Worldcenter is a beacon of joy and best wishes to all – as a difficult year ends and a new year begins; and with it, the prospects for a better future, ”said Paramount Miami Worldcenter CEO Daniel Kodsi (Cod-See).
Lighting for the tower began at midnight on New Years Eve and will continue nightly until January 3, 2022.
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