Georgia is not only making improvements in their stadium space but has also revved up their old lighting infrastructure. The new LED Lights which succeded its predecessor metal halides are not just energy-efficient and brighter, they are smarter as well. They can be digitally adjusted and synchronized to music to produce special effects,

One of the most popular traditions by the University of Georgia fanbase is lighting up the Sanford Stadium at the end of the third quarter, while the Georgia Redcoat Band plays Krypton. The fans tune in to the mood by waving their arms up and down in the air with their cellphone flashlights. This time, the Sanford stadium had something new to add to the celebration: its new LED Lighting System, which was installed earlier this year.

The lights in action were captured by the video tweeted by the Georgia Football Twitter account.