Wind farm light show in the Netherlands

Wind farm light show in the Netherlands

Roosegaarde and wind farm light exhibit

‘Windlicht’, which translated means ‘windlight’, is the latest artwork from the artist Roosegaarde being displayed at the Eneco wind farm in Netherlands.
The laser lights use a tracking software and technology to track the movements of the blades as they spin roughly 280 km an hour. The green light beams connect the blades so you can see the dynamic between light and movement.
Roosegarde said of his exhibit: “Windlicht creates the missing link between the Dutch and the beauty of our new landscape.”
He said he was inspired by Kinderdijk, and ‘Reconnecting with the landscape and creating a positive image around green energy’.
Visitors can watch the laser light show for free on the 18 and 19 of March from 8pm-11pm, and are advised to wear sturdy footwear and warm clothes if they wish to leave the comfort of their cars. Visitors will also be able to hear all about the light show if they tune in to radio canal Windlicht FM 105.3 FM.
The light show will take place near the intersection Molendijk/Annevosdijkseweg in St. Annaland, Zeeland, Netherlands, but will be viewable from further away.

Posted By Sally on March 17, 2016 | 0 Comment

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