GoPro HEROCast Live Video Streamer

Apr 23, 2015

Category: Tech

Pretty soon, everything will be on video. Everything. Every pickup basketball game, every grilled cheese sandwich, every moment in your boxers watching TV; it’ll all be streamed somewhere for someone to watch. Getting us one step closer to that future reality is GoPro’s new HEROCast, a micro-transmitter that promises to make streaming live video easier than ever.

Small, light, wearable, mountable, and designed to take a beating, HEROCast looks like a superb option for streaming sports, concerts, or, OK, even you making a grilled cheese in the kitchen. The transmitter can handle 1080p or 720p footage at 60 frames per second, and it’s already been used by ESPN in the 2015 X Games Aspen and the NHL for the 2015 All Star Weekend. [Purchase]

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