Fireworks Made for HDTV

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Despite a triple-digit heat wave in Southern California, the show must go on. So Independence Day will be celebrated at Dodger Stadium and the Rose Bowl with an innovation: high-def fireworks. They're designed to dazzle at low altitudes with less debris, to avoid sparking a fire.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne.

Despite a triple-digit heat wave here in Southern California, the show must go on. So Independence Day will be celebrated at Dodger Stadium and the Rose Bowl with an innovation - high definition fireworks. They're designed to dazzle at low altitudes with less debris to avoid sparking a fire. The head of Pyro Spectaculars told the L.A. Times his new style fireworks with many more tiny stars also look good in high-def TV.

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