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RGB LED Control – Superbowl XLV

Posted by JEC on February 7th, 2011

We were honored this year to work with costume designers of the halftime show.  Since most of the project relates to DMX recording & capture (and only almost included our 8-bit RGB nodes), a description has been posted elsewhere on our site.

Take a look… It was a lot of fun to work on these designs.

7 Responses to “RGB LED Control – Superbowl XLV”

  1. Jeff Says:

    The Category “2011 Project” makes me excited and wondering what else you have up your sleeve! Great Job!

  2. Lindy Allen Says:

    My fiance said you did an excellent job. I didn’t get to see the 1/2 time show. Ill be in SLC 2/24-3/5 staying at Homewood Suites in downtown. Coming out to teach at Boeing.

  3. Mrpackethead Says:

    plenty more trickery up the sleeves yet!

  4. DennyMo Says:

    Since I missed the halftime show, I’ll need to find video of it to watch. The folks at slate.com threw a little love your way:

    “Halftime: Despite the complex wiring required to make the Black Eyed Peas’ light-up costumes a reality, there’s not a single wardrobe malfunction. Mazel tov to the crew!”

    http://www.slate.com/id/2284035/pagenum/all/
    (Scroll down the italicized section above the “Third Quarter” heading.)

  5. RobertJohn Says:

    First SeaWorld and now the Superbowl…

  6. steven werner Says:

    ssoooo… where can i find the company that mad these??? b they are awesome

  7. JEC Says:

    To which ‘these’ are you referring?