Last month, PixMob brought its technology from the 2014 Super Bowl Halftime Show to Las Vegas superclub Hakkasan for Tiësto’s live performance . The 2,500 club-goers attending the wore LED wristbands controlled by PixMob’s infrared, producing multicolor video effects across the crowd that was synchronized to the DJ's music, ultimately becoming a human video display screen, similar to the hats worn by audience members at the Super Bowl. PixMob’s technology uses ...

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