Nets Launch App That Allows Fans To Live Stream Games For Free – While You’re at the Arena
According to theverge.com:
As of last night, Brooklyn Nets fans seeing a game at the new Barclays Center no longer have to worry about missing big moments while waiting in line for a drink, standing in the interminable bathroom queue, or just chatting with nearby fans. They’ll just have to open up the Barclays Center app on their iOS or Android device, where thanks to Cisco’s new StadiumVision Mobile technology, for the first time anywhere they’ll have instant access to live game footage from a handful of different angles, plus replays and stats from the game. And if they want to order nachos while waiting in the beer line, they can do that too.
The Barclays Center is possibly the most technologically advanced stadium in sports, with 8,000 feet of LED signage, 4,000 Ethernet jacks, and the incredible Oculus marquee. The stadium’s namesake app (designed by Willow Tree apps, the same team behind the awesome Verge apps) takes advantage of all the integrated tech, and allows you to do everything from order food from your seat to send messages for display on the scoreboard.
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