Just Like Being There? Remote Cheering

New Remote Cheer app may be how fans interact with the game action in the near future.

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Remote cheering is coming to an empty stadium near you.

Here is an example of what the “live” game experience may look like with this connective phone app that streams your reactions into the arena at real time.

The Remote Cheering System was developed by SoundUD (Sound Universal Design), a combination of technologies promoted by Yamaha’s SoundUD Consortium. Its new tech allows fans and supporters watching a game via television, radio or live streaming to continue being heard from stadium or arena seats rooting for their favorite teams and players — all from the safety of their homes. By using a dedicated app, fans send their cheers to an event venue or other remote location in real time as games and matches roll.
Also see this CNN story  and this Forbes story.

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