Hakkasan Nightclub to Get Multi-Million Dollar Light Installation

Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand is about to get some new eye candy in the form of a multi-million dollar light installation dubbed the “Hakkasan Grid.”

The new kinetic display will be made up of 57 triangles that can be manipulated by 169 winches into a virtually unlimited number of shapes and colors.

Hakkasan Grid

Spectacle, with a side of oontz.

The Hakkasan Grid is touted as being the largest kinetic light installation in the country.

The Hakkasan Grid will debut during EDC (Electric Daisy Carnival) week. The EDC music festival happens May 17-19, 2019.

Hakkasan Grid

Our top Las Vegas nightclub tip: Be an attractive young woman. It’s not rocket science.

Per a news release, “Each triangle was custom designed and 3-D printed with premium materials from the brand Kinetic Lights located in Berlin, Germany and features pixel mapping and color-mixing technologies, making the grid the only structure of its kind that allows fully-customized images and patterns to flow seamlessly across all of the triangles both individually and collectively.”

We don’t have to understand it to think it sounds awesome.

Here’s a video with a similar light installation that might provide some idea of what’s in store at Hakkasan. But better, because Las Vegas.

While we are not necessarily a nightclub person, we’re fascinated by them and love shiny new things. The Hakkasan Grid certainly qualifies.

We can’t wait to see it in action. Let us know what you think if you get there first.

3 thoughts on “Hakkasan Nightclub to Get Multi-Million Dollar Light Installation

  1. Jack Tarasar

    I watched a video on YouTube on this “Hakkasan Nightclub to Get Multi-Million Dollar Light Installation”.
    What a LAME ASS contraption that is. A bunch of triangles hung on cables moving around slowly changing configurations, while changing colors. LAME!!!!! Reminded me a little of the original arcade/bar game of PONG. LOL! Really LAME. MGM got taken to the proverbial cleaners if they paid more than $100K for that. Even than it is LAME!

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