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Earlier this year

phone lights synchronized ?

watching some college and nba games - everyone holds their phone up with the torch on and the lights flash in time. I take it is an app that the team / stadium / venue runs ? anyone know ?

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Fryz  
Earlier this year

I copy and pasted your title into Google and it answered your question.

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dial tone  
Earlier this year

why are we not onto this here ?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

I copy and pasted the title into Google and one of the top search results was this thread, which failed to answer the question

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UseTaHoop  
Earlier this year

dial tone

Sounds like you're using an analogue phone (or pulse dialing landline phone). No matter what the app is, you won’t be able to download it to your old analogue brick!

On a serious tone, you can even get domestic home and pool lights that synchronise to music beats.

Wonder how much the app would cost to set up for venues though, and could it be used as an up-sell, or a bonus extra with season tickets perhaps.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

they actually dont use there phone... most of the time at the doors when you scan your ticket you are given a braclet to wear.. the lights in it are controlled by the arena so they go on/off together as one. Below is an image of one

https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/vy4AAOSwfZ1WZSgu/s-l300.jpg

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Australia sucks at entertainment compared to the US. That's why we don't do it.

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dial tone  
Earlier this year

looked like phones they were holding up at duke v carolina game

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Can be phones or bracelets. Cost is pretty massive, probably the biggest factor in Oz not using them.

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Steve  
Earlier this year

Definitely an app guys, experienced it first hand at a UNC game. You download the app, then hold the phone up when instructed and the light does what they want it to do.

Haven't seen the bracelet though.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Purdue.
https://www.wthr.com/article/boilerball-lights-phone-app-lights-up-purdue-pregame

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

It's just an app yet all too hard for Aussie bball to implement.

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