posted by NIN PR at 4:41 pm pst, from los angeles"</blockquote>
[[Image:Seattle2008.jpg|thumb|250px|Show in Seattle on July 26, 2008.]]
[[Image:Montreal2008.jpg|thumb|250px|Show in Montreal on November 12, 2008.]]
The production for the Lights In The Sky tour was the most ambitious
of any NIN tour to date. Trent Reznor and lighting designer Roy Bennett worked with a company called Moment Factory to create unique and groundbreaking visuals that were at times interactive with Trent and other members of the band. This was achieved with a set of "stealth screens" that would be raised or lowered during the set.
Among these effects were a static-like visual used for "[[Only (song)|Only]]", during which Reznor's movements could break the effect as if the lights were a physical barrier; a feed from a camera trained on Reznor during "[[The Greater Good]]" and "[[Closer]]" that created a surreal, almost 3D image of his face across the stage as he sang; and a large scale re-creation of a drum machine touch screen for Josh Freese to use during "[[Echoplex]]".