This is a sponsored post on behalf of the EDF Energy London Eye.
Remember we told you about Olympic Tweets deciding the colour of the EDF Energy London Eye? Well, now members of the public can control the lights on the London landmark with the EDF Energy of the Nation Mood Conductor.
Head down to the Southbank and you’ll find the Mission Control Interactive Hub at the base of the EDF Energy London Eye on Millennium Pier. At its centre is the Mood Conductor, which is controlled by state-of-the-art gestural control technology and your heart rate. It’s open to the public so go and have a look. Turn up between 9.30pm and 10pm, or 10.30pm-11.30pm before 12 August, and and you can control the lights on this iconic London Landmark.
To tempt you down there to take a look, and to celebrate London 2012, EDF Energy is offering 10 Londonist readers a pair of free tickets for the EDF Energy London Eye.
For you chance to win email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for entries is midnight on Friday 10 August 2012. Winners will be picked at random and notified by email. Full terms and conditions are available at: facebook.com/edfenergy
Mission Control is open to the public every day from 10am to midnight.