Thanks to the power of technology, it’s now easier than ever to have your own TV show broadcasting on the internet. Well if the concept of having to transfer a video from your camera to the computer before you can upload it turns you off, Cerevo has come up with a solution to the problem. Called the Live Shell, all you have to do is attach it to your camera (via HDMI or composite video) connect it to the internet (via WiFi, Ethernet or a mobile router) and you’re good to go.
Videos you film can be instantly streamed to the internet via Ustream, essentially giving you the ability to shoot live video. The Live Shell has a battery life of 3 hours and runs on three double A batteries. It will go on sale on February 1st and has a price tag of $299 (camera and internet connection not included). Check out a video demonstration of Live Shell in action:
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