Enjoy July 4 sound and light show technically


It’s customary in the U.S. to blow up fireworks on the Fourth of July. But to help you spare your house, your shrubbery, your neighborhood, your children, your fingers, and your pets, we’re supplying a video version for you to watch.

On his blog, videographer Jeremiah Warren shares DIY instructions for reproducing these special effects. But we advise you just to watch him do his thing. Play the video


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