ABC7’s Larry Beil Uses Beam to Experience the Future of Armchair Quarterbacking
Beam makes it possible for people to be where they want and need to be –business travelers to remote employees, distance learners, health professionals, oversees manufacturers and more — without leaving their office or home.
And now, thanks to Larry Beil, co-host of ABC7’s post-game show, “After the Game,” we can add “Super Fan” to the list of users for Beam.
Beil jumped into the fray at Stanford University’s Football Fan Fest during the Stanford/Oregon State game on November 5th as “Larrybot” using Beam, and was met with laughter, delight… and even a jesting accusation of being a “rude robot” for some playful interactions with Stanford fans.
While Beil’s experience made for a light sports news piece, the reality is that Beam makes it possible for sports fans who can’t get to a stadium to experience game day as a telepresence, including pre-game festivities and interacting with other fans.
Beil’s parting dream for “Larrybot” would be the ability to take Beam onto the field during a game to share some of his recommendations with Stanford Cardinals’ coach, David Shaw. With Stanford’s annual “Big Game” against the California Golden Bears in Berkeley, CA this coming weekend, the potential for the future of armchair quarterbacking may well be Beamed upon us.