Seahawk nerds will love Tinytron idea cooked up on E Pike

Screen Shot 2014-01-29 at 11.53.17 AMAs if burying your face in your phone for Twitter updates during Sunday’s big Seahawks Super Bowl appearance won’t be bad enough, you can also geek out for the game by deploying Capitol Hill-created Tinytron:

Seattle digital agency, Digital Kitchen, created Tinytron, a live viewing experience designed to unite all Seahawks fans during the Big Game. For those fans not at MetLife Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday, Tinytron connects fans to the joy, super superstitions and edge-of-your-seat moments of Super Bowl XLVIII. Simply visit from any iPad or laptop browser and set it next to your T.V. to experience the real-time excitement of a stadium-quality Jumbotron in your living room.

11th and Pike’s Digital Kitchen says “Tinytron will react to all aspects of the Big Game, halftime show, and commercials” while showing “animations for first downs, touchdowns, big plays, and penalties, while also viewing relevant social media content from around the world.” In other words, it’s like hanging out with your cousin Nathan.

Bring it along to your favorite Capitol Hill Super Bar.

Tinytron from DIGITAL KITCHEN on Vimeo.


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