CuteCircuit has designed a brand new spectacular Mask for dj Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, aka the Bloody Beetroots.
Respecting the original Mask shape, the new high tech Mask lights up adding more adrenaline to the show and even more strength to the music.
The Mask features the latest advances in wearable technology design; the new skintight and ultrathin Mask’s fabric includes LEDs Eyes able to glow in multiple patterns matching the electro house dance punk dj eclectic performance.
The new Mask was inspired by the need of the Bloody Beetroots to interact with their audience in a more direct way.
The Mask is controlled wirelessly using CuteCircuit’s Q Software.
The Mask features hundreds of LEDs that flash and sparkle following the rhythm of the music in a futuristic live performance that is captivating fans all around the world.
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