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XyloBands are LED wristbands with LIVE control

New Jersey, Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The SUPERBOWL GAME 2014 and events around the game are featuring new technology LED wristbands that each guest wears on their wrist. XyloBands are radio-controlled LED wristbands with LIVE control. Xylobands are bringing new excitement to special events and shows of all kinds, they light up with synchronized lighting, connecting the audience! 



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Surprising impact; Superbowl events lit up with the wristbands, as TLC Creative is bringing a new type of show technology to events. The audience is not just watching, they are part of the show. Immersed in the show. XyloBands feature bright state-of-the-art LEDs that light up the whole venue. Synchronized light effects makes the audience go wild!

A unique experience and new interactive technology that lit up 4 million COLDPLAY fans around the world is now available for all kinds of shows. See the visual excitement that XyloBands create at Coldplay, and all types of events from corporate and motivational events to NBA openers and the huge Electric Daisy Carnival. Here's a VIDEO of XyloBands in action! http://www.XyloBandsUSA.com/video/index.html

British rockers Coldplay revolutionized live shows with electronic glowing wristbands called XYLOBANDS, remotely activated to light up in sync with the music. The sight of thousands of glowbands going off all at once is spectacular. The audience is part of the show!

Immersive experiences,
a new experience for audiences connecting with light and immersed in the show. XyloBands are taking guest interaction to a new level, making each guest part of the show itself, as lighting designers can now include every person as a light in the show.

XyloBands are award-winning interactive technology for special events of all sizes. Decide when XyloBands light up, or flash, at messages or performer cues, a launch or reveal, motivational meetings, concerts, celebrations or special events. LED bracelets, lanyards, and other new radio-controlled products are creating new experiences at special events.

LED wristbands are the future of live entertainment, now available from XyloBands USA / TLC Creative. TLC created impact at the SUPERBOWL HALFTIME in San Diego a few years back, elevating Shania Twain UP above an LED stage, the first time that effect was done.

TLC Creative brings XYLOBANDS to corporate and private events, as well as public events of all kinds. T-MOBILE recently hosted a free public event in New York City with Shakira and thousands of XyloBands given out to the crowds, creating a thrilling view from above as everyone flashed in sync with the bright XyloBands.

TLC Creative is North America's most experienced live special effects company, providing lasers, pyrotechnics, and all types of new technology impact for special events. Laser beams, laser aerials, laser effects by TLC have lit up dozens of live TV shows, music videos, films and more. From Usher's breakthrough hit 'Yeah' to Jennifer Lopez's lasers in the jungle for 'Waiting For Tonight' Hollywood icon makers have often turned to TLC Creative for the most effective and artistic uses of lasers imaginable. For more information on live special effects, lasers, fog effects, and reveals, visit http://TLCisCreative.com

Special events have a new motivational tool; upon entry to the event, every guest gets a high-tech wristband, which will light up during key moments and music. The first cue for XYLOBANDS is always a stunning moment that lifts the spirits of everyone in the room, paving the way for further eye candy by way of laser lights, and live special effects.

Experience this new interactive trick up close and personal — a wristband with an LED light worn by everyone in the crowd which lights up during the show. XyloBands flash (brightly) to live controlled signals.

Coldplay have replaced the rock tradition of illuminating the stadium with lighters and mobile phones during big anthems by handing out radio-controlled glow bands. The band gave out the multi-coloured wrist bands to the audience. They performed while the innovative new bands lit up and flashed in time to the music. It looked absolutely amazing to see everyone wearing them and the whole stadium lit up.

XyloBands are the same high-quality LED product first used by Coldplay, now available from TLC Creative. Beware of imitations.

XYLOBANDS FEATURE:
Very bright led lights, bright enough to light up a stadium
Radio transmitters, far superior to weak infra-red control.
High-power batteries with up to 8 hours active control.
Up to 8 unique, simultaneously controllable zones.

Visit the website at http://www.XyloBandsUSA.com

To view this video on YouTube, please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsDxPmXnkI4

Media Contact: Scott Anderson, TLC Creative, 310-822-6790, [email protected]

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