This is the kinetic chandelier installed at the Leningrad Center in St. Petersburg, Russia. It consists of 1,089 individually controlled wires and color-controllable LED bulbs. Man, I would love to stare up at something like this while I fall asleep at night. Instead I have to watch the plaster rain down from the ceiling because the couple upstairs are into apartment-shaking sex romps. One time the foot of their bed actually came through the ceiling. One day it's gonna be the whole bed. It's how I'm going to die, I know it.
Keep going for the whole video, but skip to 1:30 unless you're just dying to know how many Russians it takes to screw in 1,089 lightbulbs.
Thanks to Stephanie A, who has one of those machines that projects the stars on your ceiling at night. Dang, I've always wanted one of those and a fog machine.