April 7, 2016 AT 10:59 pm
NEW GUIDE: Pixie CyberWig – WiFi wearable for performances
What would happen if our
Cyber Falls wig and Lightship LED widgets were involved in a teleporter mishap? You might end up with the Pixie CyberWig, an LED-festooned costume piece that uses WiFi to sync up with projected visuals.
All your LED costume pieces in sync with each other. All of them listening and responding to the music around you. Your hand-made hat, wig, poi, and jacket all pulsing to the sound and visuals running on your laptop – with no extra coding required.
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