Broadcast Live Video From Your Cell Phone Using Qik Software
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What if you could take the here-and-now aspect of live blogging an event and expand it to video? You might end up with something like Qik. This software has brought significant events from around the world onto the Internet as they've happened, with the help of cell phones acting as the broadcasting device. The possibilities are exciting.
Often technology gets a bad rap. Many claim it’s overly complicated, expensive and the cause of countless problems in our society, but what about the way it’s brought the world together?
A person can share information, pictures and video with a complete stranger across the world in just seconds. More people have access to information than ever before, and technology that enables us to stay connected is proving to be the most popular and requested type of technology there is.
New technology is being developed every day, and as it becomes more prevalent and commonplace, it becomes harder for developers to wow consumers. Well, a little something calledQikhas come along and it’s making a big splash.
Essentially, Qik is software that enables users to broadcast live video feeds from their cell phone onto the web in real time, making video available to friends, family and even the world at the drop of a hat. The innovative, patent-pending technology has already been used to broadcast some very notable events, including the lighting of the Olympic torch from both inside and outside the stadium in Beijing, the Mars landing from mission control and sessions from the World Economic Forum in Davos.
In this article, we'll take a closer look at some of the software’s most notable features.
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