The Las Vegas skyline has been dominated by a huge animated dome – billed as the world’s largest video screen – dwarfing surrounding high-rise hotels after going live with a 300ft eyeball looking down over the city. The show started with a welcome message, “Hello world”, followed by fireworks and stars and stripes animations, a moon in a night sky and an imposing Halloween pumpkin. The Sphere lights up the Las Vegas skyline for the first time on Fourth of July. This is definitely going to attract more UFOs pic.twitter.com/5Mfy6aQgE2 — Las Vegas Locally 🌴 (@LasVegasLocally) July 5, 2023Built to host concert events, the Las Vegas structure will have capacity for tens of thousands of people and is reported to have cost $2bn (£1.6bn) to construct. The MSG sphere in Las Vegas lighting up for the first time saying "Hello World."