Denver, April 7, 2014 - Pivothead, a leader in wearable imaging technology, will be attending the National Association of Broadcasting Show in Las Vegas to introduce, Pivothead SMART (Simple Modular Application-Ready Technology™), the next generation of Pivothead eyewear focused on broadcast, sports, and entertainment industries. 

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Over the weekend, donors across the country emptied their pockets for Eric, a homeless man who brought YouTube prankster Magic of Rahat to tears in selfless moment of generosity and joy. Pivothead captured it all.

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As a professional magician and prankster, Pivothead glasses are invaluable for secretly capturing moments without intrusive, obvious or distracting cameras. The video and audio quality is like magic! I love these things!

- Magician Rich Ferguson, AKA "The Ice Breaker" 

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NY Yankees Give Pivothead a Go

Posted by Homer Provonche on Sep 17, 2013 under

Watch the New York Yankees (Brett Gardner, Curits Granderson, Mark Telxeira and Kevin Youkills) try out Pivotheads during a 2013 Spring Training session. Check it out the captivating results at Yankees OnDemand fan site

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Barreling down a mountain on a small cart at over 30 mph... yes please. Check these guys out as they ride the Fräkigaudi Rodelbahn and rocket down the 4,429 feet of zip zaging track of Mount Pilatus. Brakes optional.  

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In this tutorial we will be using a pair of Pivothead Durangos and heading to one of the busiest shopping streets the world - Nanjing People's Walking Road located in Shanghai, China - to create a time-lapse video.

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The Jockey

Posted by Homer Provonche on Aug 13, 2013 under ,

A fascinating look at the life of a Jockey by The New York Times. See if you can spot the True Point-of-View (POV) clips shot using Pivotheads. We'll give you a hint...they look amazing and involve fast-moving horses.

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Blame Canada

Posted by Homer Provonche on Aug 07, 2013

If you get caught sneaking out of your office because you posted a video of yourself riding roller coasters when you were supposed to be working... blame Canada. Nice work guys. 

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Blame Canada

Posted by Homer Provonche on Aug 07, 2013 under ,

If you get caught sneaking out of your office because you posted a video of yourself riding roller coasters when you were supposed to be working... blame Canada. Nice work from the guys at Digitec Trading in Ontario, Canada.

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Pivothead went head-to-head in a Point-of-View video recording shootout with Reply, GoPro Black, Contour and Sony - guess who won?

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