Canada’s CN Tower Beams Subliminal Photos

Canada’s CN Tower operations manager Tom Mellon is a prankster. How else do you explain going to the trouble — and expense — of setting up a slide show of photos that no one can see with the naked eye? 252 LED lights lining the elevator’s shaft beam only a two-pixel width of an image at a time, beaming out an entire image in 10 seconds. Avi Salem decided to capture those images.

“This is the first man to see it,” Mellon said of Salem who has set up his camera on the balcony of his condo and captured the frames of the show every few seconds. He is then painstakingly reconstructing the images from the slide show.

Read the story at: Toronto Star.

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