So, what to do with the huge 1970s concrete abomination of architecture that is the Galleria Mall in Seoul? Cover it up, naturally. But with what? Well, with 4,340 mounted frosted-glass discs with an internet accessible programmable 16-million color LED array-type display system capable of 20 updates per second. Naturally. And what would you have done?
The winner of our Engadget in Public contest (Ray D.) had the impossibly-classic analog version, but who are we to stop progress? 256 characters, 6 messages, 9 speeds, 9 brightness levels… it’s on now, yo. Side-by-side with the search engine belt buckle; bits and bling, 2getha 4eva.