Fullscreen Releases First YouTube App For Google Glass

Posted May 4, 2013

Fullscreen is a company that helps new channel and networks thrive when producing high-quality online video.  Founded in January 2011 by a former Strategic Partner Developer executive at Google, George Strompolos, Fullscreen recognizes that online video will soon become a viable alternative to TV and cable.  Today Fullscreen has 80 employees and is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.  On Friday, Fullscreen released the first YouTube application for Google’s smart-glasses product, Google Glass. The new YouTube-focused Google Glass application is called Fullscreen BEAM.

“At Fullscreen we HAVE to have the latest, cutting-edge products. We host monthly hack days in the office to sharpen our creativity and coding chops. We never stop innovating better ways to do everything,” said Fullscreen in a blog post.

Fullscreen BEAM allows you to record a video with Google Glass and then use it to upload onto your YouTube channel.  Through the app, you can also upload the video privately or automatically share it through Twitter.  You can register the app at: http://beam.fullscreen.net.

Below is a video demo of how Fullscreen BEAM works: