CrowdOptic Broadcasting Google Glass Product


CrowdOptic's Kovach Discusses Google Glass Debut
Eddie White talks with CrowdOptic VP of Business Development Jim Kovach about the use of Google Glass at Pacers games.

CrowdOptic at Stanford Football Stanford Football
CrowdOptic broadcasts to the jumbotron at Stanford Stadium.

NFL Greats Create Hangout On Air with a Stare NFL Greats
Dwight Clark, Roger Craig, Jim Plunkett and Ronnie Lott "hangout" with Google Glass.

In the News

CrowdOptic Announces Google Glass Broadcasting Software Platform; Technology Powers Popular Glass Cams at Live Events
Marketwire - April 8, 2014

"Broadcasting live from multiple Glass units simultaneously in high-density Wi-Fi environments is very challenging, and CrowdOptic is pioneering the effort"

Rob Laycock, Vice President of Marketing
Pacers Sports & Entertainment
Google Glass Continues Sunday
Indiana Pacers - April 9, 2014

Since the first night of Google Glass on March 26 during the Pacers victory over the Miami Heat, Pacers fans have experienced never-before-seen, first-person views. Pacers Public Address Announcer Michael Grady has received the majority of positive feedback as he's view has provided a unique take on key moments of several games. ...more