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Livestream App for Google Glass Turns Explorers Into Reporters
One of Google Glass’ most powerful features is its hands-free recording capabilities which let you share your world as you experience it. Up until now, Explorers have been able to take and share pictures and video or start a hangout with a select group of friends to let them in on the action. But the reach has been limited to the Explorers own network. A new app from Livestream is taking everything to the next level by turning Glass into a broadcast tool. In doing so it has the potential of turning the Explorer community into an army of reporters. 
Founded in 2007, Livestream has been on a mission to provide everyone with the tools they need to broadcast any event online. Over 40 million viewers watch live events on Livestream which is being created from more than 300,000 producers using its tools. 
To get started with Google Glass, Explorers need to install the app and then pair Glass to an event by scanning a QR code with the device. Once the setup is complete live broadcasting can start with just one tap on Glass’ tap bar. 

As Glass sits about eye-level with the producer, the Livestream app gives viewers a unique perspective of the event that is being broadcasted. And with no need to hold a tablet or smartphone, the producer is free to enjoy the event they are broadcasting while streaming it. 
Having a video camera on you at all times ready to stream what you are seeing from your perspective to the world is a powerful tool which could add massive fuel to an already growing fire of citizen-reporting. Expect to see reports from Glass show up soon on your local news or as part of a live event like a sports game or concert.  
Image Source: Livestream

designersofthings:

Livestream App for Google Glass Turns Explorers Into Reporters

One of Google Glass’ most powerful features is its hands-free recording capabilities which let you share your world as you experience it. Up until now, Explorers have been able to take and share pictures and video or start a hangout with a select group of friends to let them in on the action. But the reach has been limited to the Explorers own network. A new app from Livestream is taking everything to the next level by turning Glass into a broadcast tool. In doing so it has the potential of turning the Explorer community into an army of reporters. 

Founded in 2007, Livestream has been on a mission to provide everyone with the tools they need to broadcast any event online. Over 40 million viewers watch live events on Livestream which is being created from more than 300,000 producers using its tools. 

To get started with Google Glass, Explorers need to install the app and then pair Glass to an event by scanning a QR code with the device. Once the setup is complete live broadcasting can start with just one tap on Glass’ tap bar. 

As Glass sits about eye-level with the producer, the Livestream app gives viewers a unique perspective of the event that is being broadcasted. And with no need to hold a tablet or smartphone, the producer is free to enjoy the event they are broadcasting while streaming it. 

Having a video camera on you at all times ready to stream what you are seeing from your perspective to the world is a powerful tool which could add massive fuel to an already growing fire of citizen-reporting. Expect to see reports from Glass show up soon on your local news or as part of a live event like a sports game or concert.  

Image Source: Livestream