At the 60-story Paramount Miami Worldcenter skyscraper in downtown Miami, the world’s tallest digital “Happy Valentine’s Day” greeting, largest L.E.D. kissing lips, largest electronic hearts, and largest flying cupids are lighting up the South Florida skyline.
The world’s tallest digital “Happy Valentine’s Day” greeting, largest L.E.D. kissing lips, largest electronic hearts, and largest flying cupids are lighting up the South Florida skyline at the 60-story Paramount Miami Worldcenter skyscraper in downtown Miami.
According to Daniel Kodsi (Cod-See), CEO of the real estate development firm Royal Palm Companies, the vibrant Valentine’s Day tower lighting at the Paramount Miami World Center is a heart-pounding digital beacon of love and romance. We all require a little bit of love during these trying times; Moreover, we are delivering a significant portion of it at the Paramount Miami Worldcenter.
Digital Dimensional Details
The words “Happy Valentine’s Day” are illuminated on the Paramount Miami Worldcenter skyscraper.
Kodsi explained that the digital display transforms into an L.E.D. mosaic of enormous kissing lips that cover the 700-foot-tall by 300-foot-wide rooftop crown of Paramount Miami Worldcenter. A flurry of floating hearts appears through the building’s 60-story center column. These hearts transform into white silhouettes of Cupid, the mythical archer-boy GOD of love.
The Most Advanced Lighting System In The World
The most technologically advanced Color Kinetics Lighting System in the world can be found in Paramount.
It has 13,400 light-emitting diodes (LEDs) embedded in 10,000 panes of high-impact-resistant glass connected by five miles of wires.
The unit has a total operating power of 13,400 watts and 111.6 amps.
The total lumen, or the quantity of light produced each second, is 402,000.
The estimated nightly power bill is $34.
Based on the tower being illuminated for eight hours, an estimated 160 minutes.
The lighting system is $3 million in price.
The lighting system, which is capable of generating 16.7 million color combinations, was designed and installed by 12 technicians over the course of three years.
If stacked vertically, the Valentine’s Day display is as tall as two and a half football fields.
L.E.D. Smith, Inc., based in West Palm Beach, Florida, is in charge of the design and installation of the lighting system.
The Empire State Building is one of the landmarks, bridges, and skyscrapers that the company has built around the world.
Paramount and Miami Worldcenter
The signature skyscraper of the $4 billion, 27-acre Miami Worldcenter is the Paramount Miami Worldcenter. It is currently the largest urban core construction project in the country and America’s second-largest real estate development.
The city’s new residential, retail, hospitality, entertainment, and transportation complex is Miami Worldcenter. The most amenity-rich residential skyscraper in the United States is Paramount Miami Worldcenter.
Royal Palm Companies, the developer, describes it as “a vertical country club.” There are pools, spas, lounges, a conservatory, a fitness center, a boxing ring, indoor basketball, squash, pickle ball, and soccer courts in the resort-style building. Its rooftop pool is designed to be used as a Skyport for a Flying Car of the Jetsons in the future.
Over 530 high-rise residences and a dozen penthouses range in price from $750,000 to $10 million in the 60-story luxury condo tower. Miami Worldcenter is called “The City-within-the-City-of-the-Future” by Departures Magazine.
Valentine’s Day History
Valentine’s Day, also known as St. Valentine’s Day, is a holiday celebrated by lovers to show their love for one another by giving gifts and greetings. The Roman festival of Lupercalia, which was celebrated in the middle of February, has been suggested as the source of the holiday because of their similarity.
Fertility rituals and a lottery-based pairing of women and men were part of the festival to mark the start of spring. Lupercalia was banned by Pope Gelasius I at the end of the 5th century. It is sometimes said that he replaced it with St. Valentine’s Day, but the true origin of the holiday is at best hazy. Valentine’s Day didn’t become known as a day to celebrate love until around the 14th century.
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