I recently had the chance of watching Coldplay perform live in concert as a part of their A Head Full of Dreams tour at the FedExField in Maryland, USA.
Coldplay is known to give the attendees Xylobands, which is essentially a wristband containing lights that can be controlled by a software program, instructing it to light up or blink, for example. As per Wikipedia, “The first use of Xylobands on a large scale was on Coldplay’s 2012 Mylo Xyloto tour”. Needless to say, the Xyloband works wonders in a concert setting.
As a student of HCI, I wondered what effect…
Masters student of Human Computer Interaction at the University of Maryland, College Park.