Imagine a room full of beautiful, talented people, coming together to determine the best of the best on a worldwide stage. That room is the Kodak Theater, those people are A-list actors, and the occasion? The 2012 Academy Awards.
In the past, the Oscars have been limited to few mediums for coverage, dominated mainly by the television industry. In recent years, however, the blogosphere has risen. Oscar viewers flock to websites like E! Online and Perez Hilton to get the dirt behind the glamorous event: who wore what, who’s dating who, can you believe she said that? And the latest trend in the Oscar blogging world is live streaming with a webcam.
Adding video to blogging allows you to not only get your point across, but to include your personality as well.
What could be cooler than giving your own take on the Oscars with your own webcam? The Microsoft Life-Cam Cinema is the perfect piece of hardware to allow you to broadcast your own version of Oscar coverage from your laptop.
“Don’t miss a thing—enjoy high-quality 720p HD widescreen video together with crystal clear audio, with the LifeCam Cinema. Relax while the camera automatically sharpens your images and TrueColor adjusts exposure for bright, vibrant footage. And for even sharper video, take advantage of the high-precision glass lens and ClearFrame Technology to improve the picture even in low light conditions.”
See? Cinematic feel…you are on your way to being Oscar-worthy already.