SEATTLE — T-Mobile New Year’s at the Needle rang in 2022 in a whole new way.
Fireworks were back for the first time in two years — with a twist. Audiences had opportunity to witness the first-ever firework-augmented reality show broadcast live on KING 5, KONG, KING5.com or the KING 5 mobile app.
Due to COVID-19, crowds weren’t allowed to gather at the Seattle Center, and no public viewing was available on the Seattle Center grounds to watch the show. But that’s OK, the special effects could only be seen on TV or streaming online.
On the broadcast, viewers got to see exclusive special effects, digital animation and visuals that took the firework show to an all-new dimension. The fireworks and light show spectacular was choreographed to music simulcast on HITS 106.1.
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