Mount Shasta tech company helps world to watch Bay Bridge light show

Mount Shasta tech company helps world to watch Bay Bridge light show

It is the world’s biggest LED light sculpture. And thanks to a Mount Shasta tech company Acme Computer, the show is being streamed live on the internet each night to a worldwide audience. Elana Yonah, the MediaOne Services executive director, recently told that they rose above and beyond the occasion to ensure the world could experience the grand lights of The Bay Lights.

The US$ 8 million Bay Lights program was made by a well known artist Leo Villareal and it features 25000 LED energy efficient lights that are installed on the vertical suspension cables of Bay Bridge. The beautiful light show is on exhibit nightly from dusk to 2 am in the morning through March 2015. The show can bee seen online - thebaylights.org.

Cael Weston, the 1982 Enterprise High School graduate and now the chief executive officer at Acme Computers, told that here are people smack in the middle of the Silicon Valley. They could have selected any tech firm and they choose a goofy little firm based in Mount Shasta, California.

Cael believes that his company played a small, but crucial role. But he believes that the organizers selecting his company is a testament to his employees as well as his company’s reputation in the industry. Acme Computers joined the bridge program in the middle of February via recommendations from their technology partner - Moonblink Communications, and by Axis Communications, video camera manufacturer