After testing Beam today on the Xbox Alpha ring, it became obvious that the service's endgame could involve letting you stream and play your own games via the internet.
One of Beam's signature features is its ridiculously low latency between the streamer and viewer, powering a more engaging experience as the participating audience and stream host can effectively have a real-time conversation.
The results tend to vary by region and server load, of course. But during off-peak times, this is the kind of insane experience I'm getting on a very clunky home Wi-Fi network.
Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...