SINGAPORE: The Read Bridge at Clarke Quay on Friday (Dec 4) welcomed the festive season with a grand light-up.
Titled RIBbon, the interactive installation has more than 200 acrylic light tubes that encase the bridge in a human-like rib cage from Friday to Jan 3.
The lights will glow more intensely as pedestrian traffic along the bridge increases. (Photo: S Shiva)
Lined with motion sensors and microphones, the lights pulsate according to the festive music of the Singapore River, and glow as it detect pedestrian movement along the bridge.
A choir sings Christmas carols at the launch of the RIBbon light-up. (Photo: S Shiva)
The light-up installation by Singapore River One is in collaboration with Philips Lighting Singapore and Singapore University of Technology and Design.
Clarke Quay has also prepared a host of activities leading up to Christmas, including a free outdoor performance at the Fountain Square by Irish band, The Coronas, next week (Dec 9).
You can catch the light-up from now until Jan 3, 2016.