App Turns you Phone into Audience Light Source at Concerts

Dan Deacon Baltimore musician App Turns you Phone into Audience Light Source at Concerts

While concert season has been in full swing, it's evident how many people hold up their phones to capture the moment. Which got us thinking, how cool would to be to have all the phones synchronized for a light show, apparently somebody already had the same idea.

Which got us thinking, how cool would to be to have all the phones synchronized for a light show, apparently somebody already had the same idea.

After a quick search we came across Dan Deacon, a Baltimore musician who created a App with fans can download to their phones. Once loaded, the App Sync's to the live music and emits bright lights.

Dan developed an application that, without the use of WiFi or cellular data, turns each phone into a source of synchronized light and sound depending on your location within each venue. A device once thought of as a distraction now turns each show into an ecstatic act of empowerment by turning every concert into a collective one-of-a-kind immersive concert experience.

Check out the video, it's a pretty cool effect: