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Downloaded more than 3,000 times since the beta version debuted in April, Livestream for Glass is available today for all Glass owners via Google’s MyGlass — the official Glassware app store.
For the first time, users can now stream live to millions of viewers on any device, from conferences to live surgeries to concerts; the next step in our efforts to democratize live video, connect people and live events around the world.
To stream live from a Glass camera to Livestream’s Platform, users need only install and say “ok glass, start broadcasting.” With Livestream for Glass, users can read and verbally respond to real-time chat messages from their audience, right in their Glass viewfinder.
To install the Livestream app open your MyGlass app.
For more information visit livestream.com/glass.
Wireless Multi-Camera Live Production
In addition to Glass, Livestream offers mobile live streaming apps for Android, iPhone, and iPad, as well as a dedicated camera-mounted hardware product, Broadcaster.
All of these devices—including Glass—also function as roaming WiFi cameras, connected directly to Livestream’s multi-camera live production software, Studio. Livestream Studio™ is traditionally used for higher-end productions involving graphics and multiple HD cameras, with output to venue screens as well as Livestream. The addition of a remote camera on Glass opens up innovative production possibilities, enabling producers to incorporate the perspective of a performer, athlete, or an audience member.
Watch a Live Surgery via Glass and Livestream
Warning: Explicit content may be shocking to some viewers