The forth picture on the Sync Beatz website (http://www.syncbeatz.com/) has a caption:
Fans of Kapi•Bara•San, the cute, or Kawaii (as known in Japanese culture) fan favorite, showcased their unique interpretations of the popular brand at the Animé Expo Los Angeles Fashion Show yesterday (July 1st), with two of the models wearing full Kapi•Bara•San kigurumi (character costumes).On the Animé Expo Los Angeles website there is an exhibitor list (http://www.anime-exp...-expo/exhibits/) which lists Bandai America, Inc. There is also a Bandai Visual, but I don't think they are related. Sync Beatz is not part of the exhibitor list.
EDIT: Also note that the SyncBeatz website under Press Release you have this statement:
Among the key drivers supporting the brand launch will be a range of digital media, including apps and Webisodes, providing a whole new level of interactivity and social media connection for Tamagotchi fans all over the world. The agency is reviewing several prospective apps including role-playing, strategy puzzle and other genres of casual games based on the characters of the original Tamagotchi property. It is also looking at multiple genres for its Webisodes, including live action and animation, which will provide a unique focus on fashion, lifestyle and cultural trends relevant to consumers.Other
Hmm, hmm... Well, those all seem unrelated. None of them really have to do with each other... BanDai makes plenty of other animes, so that doesn't mean it's related to Tamagotchi.
Though, i remember hearing about webisodes and the like.. I really do wonder what those would be about. Personally of course, I'm hoping for it to be the anime release in the form of online episodes. But that doesn't seem likely, considering that this brand is focusing on the vintage era apparently. Although, the costumed mametchi is from the anime series.)