At the 2010 Winter Olympics, over 8,000,000 watts of energy were generated less than a week into the games thanks to Sustainable Dance Floor, a special floor that produces energy as people dance on it. Sustainable Dance Floor is a product of Sustainable Dance Club (SDC), a Rotterdam-based company that enables clubs, festivals, and events to become more sustainable by combining creative approaches with innovative technologies. SDC recently released Sustainable Dance Floor XL, a short video that visualizes how dancers’ movements can create energy on a stadium-sized floor (which lights up just like the floor in Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” video). If this floor is realized, it would be the largest LED screen in the world, fully powered by human energy. Pretty cool, no? Watch the video below.