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?
January 25th, 2005
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.