It comes furnished with public and private sharing features. We are talking about the Fullscreen BEAM. This happens to be the first YouTube app for Google Glass that takes class and comfort both into consideration.
Anybody using Google Glass would have the hidden desire in his or her heart to share a video from YouTube with others via the amazing wearable facility. But up until now everybody who used this feature would get a blank response since such technology didn’t exist in the features of Google Glass. Not so anymore! An alternative has come on the scene and it goes by the name of Fullscreen BEAM. It operates as a Sharing Contact Device. Just list the contact and activate the machine. Fullscreen will let you download videos from YouTube as well as send tweets to fellow citizens.
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Fullscreen, Inc. has officially announced the news on its blog and also via twitter feed. "With Fullscreen BEAM, simply record a video with Google Glass then use Fullscreen BEAM to upload it onto your YouTube channel. You can also choose to upload your video privately, or automatically share the video on Twitter."
The beauty of this tech-mechanical is that it whirrs like a flywheel. The time of downloading gets recorded with alacrity. It is the coolest, classiest and most comfortable way of group video viewing. Now the glasses you wear in place of the computer will lead you into places you wouldn’t have dreamt of in earlier days. Drew Baumann, the Head Engineer and founder of this facility was quoted as saying “Our team loves building better experiences for digital video creators every day.” Google Glass has got a hold on the future of technology. The researchers and associates at Google Headquarters are willing to sharpen their creative chops by putting their nose to the grindstone.
With technology that can be put on the bridge of your nose and slung over the ears (like a pair of spectacles) the immediate next step was to feature YouTube on it. Now that this is a fact and not mere wishful thinking, there are other worlds waiting to be built. The show must go on and there is no rest for the trim reapers of smart technology. Fullscreen, in the capacity of a media firm, was founded just two years ago. It virtually revolved around YouTube as its main target. Today after having created a seamless experience it is unwilling to take things for granted. The thirst for knowledge and lust for creativity will take the company along with the rest of humanity into a new world of limitless horizons.