|By PR Newswire||
|January 29, 2014 11:26 AM EST||
SEATTLE, Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Seattle digital agency, Digital Kitchen, created Tinytron, a live viewing experience designed to unite all Seahawks fans during the Big Game. For those fans not at MetLife Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday, Tinytron connects fans to the joy, super superstitions and edge-of-your-seat moments of Super Bowl XLVIII. Simply visit Tinytron.tv from any iPad or laptop browser and set it next to your T.V. to experience the real-time excitement of a stadium-quality Jumbotron in your living room.
Tinytron will react to all aspects of the Big Game, halftime show, and commercials. Fans will see energizing animations for first downs, touchdowns, big plays, and penalties, while also viewing relevant social media content from around the world.
Tinytron was developed by Digital Kitchen's team of developers, designers and technologists as a way to show their support for the Seahawks. Digital Kitchen and its employees have no affiliation with the NFL, Seahawks or Denver Broncos. They are just very passionate Seahawks fans who needed to design an interactive experience to express their love of the game.
ABOUT DIGITAL KITCHEN
Digital Kitchen is an independent digital agency with offices in Seattle, Chicago and Los Angeles. The agency's unique approach of blending digital, film, experiential design and rich brand storytelling provides creative business solutions for a roster of clients including Brooks Running, AT&T, Microsoft, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Whole Foods Market and Los Angeles World Airports. For more information, visit www.thisisdk.com.
Video with caption: "Tinytron is a live viewing experience designed to unite all Seattle fans during the Big Game. Simply visit Tinytron.tv from any iPad or laptop browser and set it next to your TV on Feb 2nd. Experience real-time excitement of a stadium jumbo screen in your living room. Tinytron was developed by Digital Kitchen's team of developers, designers and technologists as a way to show their support for Seattle this Sunday. thisisdk.com [email protected]." Video available at: http://origin-qps.onstreammedia.com/origin/multivu_archive/PRNA/ENR/FX-MM54557-20140129-1.mp4
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