Free Brooklyn event lets you control the color of World Trade Center’s spire


In honor of the US National Park Service’s 100th birthday, public parks around the country are throwing their own celebrations to get people outdoors. In Brooklyn, you’ll have the opportunity to play some interactive games to change the color of the World Trade Center’s spire. Held at the Brooklyn Bridge Park, look for the Edison Floor Installation for three mini-games you can play to change the spire’s colors. All three games are inspired by Thomas Edison, the pioneer in electric light bulb design, and lets participants move around a digital floor to trigger different colors. For example, in “Edison’s Light Bulb,”…

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