From what I've seen to date, Lightline has been reduced to a mere decorative strip in pretty much a single colour approximating the lurid violet that is used as a backdrop in the Calvin at street level (admittedly sometimes seeming almost white depending on the intensity of the light and the distance of the viewer).
The patterns I've seen so far are delivered mostly in a jarring and choppy manner and at a frantic and disquieting pace, reminiscent of when the CN Tower first got its LEDs and wanted to "show off." Thank god the CN toned that down on the whole (though it still has its moments). This isn't Vegas. I'm hopeful they'll work it out in the short term.
For those of us that remember the initial tests, the variety of colours and the overlapping of stunning images and/or patterns which could be seen with crystal clarity from a great distance (the intense snowflake pattern comes to mind at this time of year, which would have been perfect for skaters in NPS), the present version seems to be a safe "For Sale" sign, not the complete work of the artist who made it such an interesting project. Hopefully new owners will unleash the many variants Snow and his team worked to create.
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