Lifecasting is continuous video streaming of a person’s life. A person sets up a camera to record every moment of their life and broadcast it online.
Lifecasting is not a new thing. The first ‘lifecaster,’ (although it didn’t become known as that until 2007) a guy named Steve Mann, began streaming his life online 24/7 back in 1994. Yes, way back at the beginning of the internet.
The fact that it’s been around for so long and not gained much momentum seems to indicate that it won’t be doing so any time soon. But Google’s latest innovation could change all that…
When not working Joel enjoys hiking, climbing, snowboarding, reading, films and music. Also very keen on good food and drink - living in Japan much of the time helps in that respect.
Latest posts by Joel Chudleigh (see all)
- Interview with Shawne Duperon on Effective Communication on Video - August 29, 2013
- How to identify influencers to promote your online videos - August 29, 2013
- Why the Use of Video in News Websites is Increasing - August 29, 2013