Choosing between the atmosphere of attending a live game and the information and commentary you get from viewing on TV could soon be a thing of the past thanks to Blue, a Glass app that feeds you real-time info while you’re watching the game.

Blue uses geolocation to figure out which ballpark you’re sitting in. It knows who’s playing and automatically starts presenting data to you as the game unfolds — stats for every player and pitch, even play-by-play descriptions. Watch a pitch fly by, then Blue will tell you its speed and type. Wondering what call the umpire just made or why that runner got sent back to first base? Blue will let you know … 

The app is in beta at the moment, but if you have Glass and want to try it, you can tweet the developer here.

This piece contains links to a few other cool Glass apps that have caught my eye.

Via Engadget

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One Response to “Blue, the new must-have Glass app for live baseball fans”

  1. Impressive… #RazAlGoulvoice