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    Has anyone used or tried to use those LED wireless wristbands in their display? They appear to run via DMX so I would think that you could incorporate them into the sequence some how. But my searches haven't turned up much information.
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    Which wrist bands are you talking about? Where are you getting them from? There are several different technologies being used at locations like the Olympics, concerts, Disney, etc.
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    I was looking at this site, but havent really look at any other companies. Just saw a few videos for their products.
    https://www.rfbracelet.com/product-c...ll-categories/
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    One of the guys who attends the nj mini has talked about wristbands. He’s supposedly bringing some this weekend. I can see if he has any good info and pass it o.

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    There was a whole thread (several?) about wrist bands a while back. Do a search of the sites. A lot of good information was passed around.
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    Try RudolphSearch.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dkelly0802 View Post
    One of the guys who attends the nj mini has talked about wristbands. He’s supposedly bringing some this weekend. I can see if he has any good info and pass it o.
    That would be great, thank you
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    2019 - 80 LOR Channels - Expecting 15,000+ Lights - 6-8 Sequences Songs (Interactive)

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    There is someone in the xLights group that had a group buy and had wireless DMX wristbands made up. Read there was a lot of issues as they interfered with key fobs so a lot of neighbors and even people watching the show had problems locking/unlocking and even starting their cars. Probably have to go with the IR version to negate that.

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