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Wired has a round up of impressive uses of LEDs in architecture, pictured here the Crown Fountains at Chicago’s Millennium Park – “Light-emitting diodes, or LEDs, are reinventing the look and feel of skylines, bridges, facades and other architectural surfaces around the globe. The light bulb is being unscrewed by energy-efficient LEDs that are both environmentally friendly and cost-effective. The $10.2 billion industry is growing to provide new design options for architects and planners.”Link.