A Tiny Scots company has been picked by Coldplay to help spice up the band’s world tour. Edinburgh-based Pufferfish - set up by two entrepreneurial students - specialise in the 3-D spherical TV screen globes called PufferSpheres.
Founders Will Cavendish and Ollie Collier came up with the idea for the inflatable display system while studying at Edinburgh University five years ago. Since they started up their business - which employs just seven staff - their PufferSphere has been used at functions for Google, Standard Life and London Science Museum.
But they have just been given their biggest gig yet - for Coldplay’s worldwide Viva La Vida tour. So far the giant TV screen globes have wowed crowds all over America but are set to return to their homeland when the band play a concert in Glasgow’s SECC next month.
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