Japanese electronics manufacturer Cerevo might already be known to some readers for its Cerevo Camera Live
Released in May of 2010, the video camera is able to stream content
live to Ustream, without the need of a linked computer. That's all very
well and good, but what about all of us with other makes and models of
video cameras who want to "go live"? Cerevo is now addressing them with
its Live Shell module. The device hooks up to an existing camera, then
sends its video and audio output directly to Ustream.
Live Shell can run for about three hours on three AA batteries, or it
can go 24/7 using an AC adapter. It communicates with the camera via an
HDMI cable, although older or simpler cameras can be accommodated too
using the module's analogue A/V plugs. It is able to get online via a
Wi-Fi adapter, or an Ethernet cable connection.
Video is streamed at 704 x 528 pixels, at a maximum rate of approximately 1.5 Mbps.
1 Comments in Response to Camcorder device allows for live, computer-free video streaming
You can stream live from your cellphone to the website Veetle. You dont need to buy a camera you can use your phone.