9/14/2015 stats – Adafruit LIVE on @YouTube with @OBSProject and @periscopetv @periscopeco @PeriscopeNotify #Periscope @CadSoftTech
We’re still doing this and it’s working out great, LIVE on YouTube live (youtube.com/adafruit/live) along with Periscope. Hundreds of people tuning in and participating in LIVE engineering, Ladyada was making/testing a cell module for our IoT product line up and more. Here are some stats, screenshots and the video(s) – YouTube / Periscope.
We think we’re on to something here, wouldn’t it be great if the companies that made and designed electronics had the engineers talk about how and why they are designing something a certain way? Or being able to ask questions? We’re live streaming, HD with a phone, OBS, using very advanced and modern tools, talking about IoT devices we’re designing. This will completely ignored by mainstream media, good 🙂
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