Sorry, Laser Zeppelin, This German Light Show Is Way Cooler Than You

Whoa. It's happened. Laser-Zeppelin has met its match. The crazy creative folks at Urbanscreen have transformed the cavernous interior of the Gasometer in Oberhausen, Germany, into a wild light show that looks all kinds of trippy. So long, Stairway.

Sorry, Laser Zeppelin, This German Light Show Is Way Cooler Than You

The sights and sounds here run in a continuous 22-minute loop and appear to completely change the space based on the projections. Considering that they look overwhelmingly cool just checking them out on my teensy 11" laptop screen, I can only imagine what it would feel like to experience the multi-sensory mash-up in real life.

Plus, the venue itself is incredible: a 100-meter-high gas holder that's been standing since 1929, survived a few bombs in WWII, was decommissioned in 1988, and now hosts exhibitions and installations. Neato.

Sorry, Laser Zeppelin, This German Light Show Is Way Cooler Than You

The whole thing reminded me of these neon inter-dimensional portals that recently went up in Madison Square Park (which I also didn't get to see in person…).

Sorry, Laser Zeppelin, This German Light Show Is Way Cooler Than You

Urbanscreen's 320° LICHT spatial experience will be up through the end of this year; if anyone has gone or goes between now and then, report back! I'd love to hear how it felt. [designboom]