Google Glass makes its way to NHL

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Fans of the Washington Capitals will have their viewing experience taken to another level after the team announced they will soon be launching a Skybox Google Glass system for home games.

The National Hockey League franchise becomes the first team in any professional sport to launch the service.

Going to an NHL is already a great experience for many with jumbotrons and HD displays providing replays in high detail as soon as the happen on the ice.

But with Google Glass, fans will be treated to their personal database of statistics of the game they are watching as well as the players involved.

Fans will also get the chance to watch replays in your field of vision, essentially turning you into a hockey robot.

To top it off, there are plans to give Google Glass wearers exclusive premium content from the players pre and post game.

With certain stadiums already claiming to offer great game-day experiences, Google Glass is certainly one that cuts the Capitals above the rest.

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