GoPro and Periscope change video broadcasts

GoPro and Periscope have changed the way videos are broadcast.  In the old days, large video cameras and monitors were used to shoot and broadcast videos, news, live events, and to film personal activities.  GoPro is a camera that altered the way photos and videos are taken as well as the person (or animal) doing the shooting.  With a GoPro, a baby can wear a camera and shoot a live broadcast from his/her view from atop a high chair; a dog or horse can wear a camera and broadcast the view from their morning runs.  Pairing GoPro and the Periscope together now furthers the opportunity for change in video recordings and broadcasts by merging the best qualities of each with a simple touch of a button.

The GoPro and Periscope features allow users to broadcast live directly from their GoPro camera.  Ten million Periscope users are able to utilize the camera from their iPhone along with the GoPro by the touch of an application button on the phone.  Using the phone screen as kind of ‘switchboard’ for users, one can tap between the iPhone camera and the Periscope app. 

The GoPro and Periscope video allows live broadcasting from any location by using a GoPro and iPhone.   Furthering the use of popular technology, GoPro HERO4 users with Periscope will have the ability to broadcast their videos through live stream apps from Twitter.  GoPro and Periscope are changing how videos are broadcast by broadcasting live from anywhere, doing anything, simply by utilizing this new technology!

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