The amazing closing ceremony of London Olympics 2012. The Digital graphics company Crystal CG created animations on a 360 degree screen including 70,500 paddles held by the audience at the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics last night. In the opening ceremony, boards of nine colored LEDs by each seat in the stadium made up images for 27 sequences, containing sound waves reverberating around the arena to accompany Queen and the swirling backdrop to a psychedelic 1960s disco. The ceremony was a showcase of British music and ended with the quenching of Thomas Heatherwick’s Olympic Cauldron, the petals of which will be taken home by participating countries. It was directed by Kim Gavin with a set designed by Es Devlin. Check it out!
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