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Overlay.live exhibits with Cooler Master at CES 2018

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Quick news to share a little video we shot thanks to our friend Karl at CES in Las Vegas. That’s right, we’ve been to Vegas earlier this month to run a small exhibit on the CES 2018 Cooler Master suite.

Over there, for four days, we demoed overlay.live along with French Pro-Overclocker Wizerty which we mentioned in an earlier news on our blog. The experience was very fun and we could introduce media and visitors to two Managed Devices on the platform:

But enough talking, check out the video to learn more: Read more

Overclocker Wizerty uses Telemetry to level up his streams

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Telemetry is one way to highlight valuable information from your rocket launch … hmm well in this case, it’s not a rocket, it’s a PC. Pro Overclocker (no1 in France) Wizerty is a seasoned enthusiast involved in an extreme eSport known as “overclocking”. His thing? Cranking up the gigahertz on his PC, cooling it down with liquid nitrogen and racing against others in the chase for world records.

Just like in any sports, the saying goes:

if it isn’t done live, it never happened!

Overclockers like Wizerty turn to live streaming on platforms such as Twitch or YouTube Gaming to showcase live their achievements. Wizerty uses a highly entertaining medium to educate and share what makes them tick with other like-minded enthusiasts. Read more

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Overlay telemetry from all ASUS ROG motherboards

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If you’ve been following this project, you may know that streaming telemetry from PCs holds a very special place in our hearts. After several months of development and collaboration we are proud to announce that this is now fully possible.

Today you are able to read, stream, and overlay telemetry from nearly all ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) motherboards with Overlay.live. Using an Overlay.live Managed Device is extremely simple and … automagical.

Here are the features: Read more

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Node.JS library for Overlay.live Now Available

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Good news everyone! Today we officially announce the Node.JS library for Overlay.live. The publication of this library echoes our plan to let everyone connect devices with Overlay.live.

This node.js library is the exact same one we are using internally for the proof of concept managed devices we presently have – like the TeVo X2 RaspberryPi shield or the Cooler Master PSU telemetry. Read more

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Cooler Master Power Supply added as Managed Device

Today we are really excited to announce the addition of a new Managed Device for Overlay.live, the Cooler Master MasterWatt Maker PSU.

We’ve been working with Cooler Master on this project since we presented the Overlay.live platform to them earlier this year at Computex and it’s been a blast. Week after week the project took shape, and it is now a fully fledged Managed Device – a new member of the Overlay.live compatible devices ecosystem. Read more

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Beta launch of the Overlay.live broadcaster app for Android

Today we are quite excited to launch the beta version of our very first android app for overlay.live, the Overlay.live Broadcaster.

App story | Use-case

Imagine that you are riding down snowy slopes of Mammoth Mountain. Or that you are playing a paintball match with your local club in central Manhattan. When you would usually see these practices as simple hobbies, streamers or creative producers see an opportunity to create entertaining content. Read more

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Stepping Out of Alpha, Entering Public Beta

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After months of coding (hat’s off to Alex our dev) and testing, the overlay.live platform is now ready to be tested hands-on by anyone. We’ve been awaiting this day for quite a while now, and even if not everything is quite finished yet – it’s time to launch!

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