Before signing off to enjoy the holiday season, it seemed appropriate to leave you all with a festive piece about a very angry holiday lights display. The Angry Birds craze is still going strong, so much so that Ric Turner, a former Disney Imagineer, created a playable version of the game on his house using Christmas lights. This isn’t the first time Turner has created an interactive light show; two years ago he made a similar Guitar Hero display.
This year’s show runs on two computers and 10 Light-o-rama 16-channel controllers. Audio for the game is broadcast on a radio station, 99.1FM, and even includes a game controller whose cord is long enough for visitors to play in their cars when driving up for a peek. This house-sized version of the game uses 20,000 lights, but it's more energy efficient than one would think. It uses less than 1 cent of electricity per game. Check out the video below for the full experience.