By Michael Pointer
Indiana Pacers officials will use Wednesday’s showdown against the two-time defending NBA champs to show off new technology that might change the way fans watch the game.
Google Glass will provide first-person views on the video board from people wearing specialized goggles during the game against the Miami Heat. None of the Pacers players will be wearing them, but the Pacemates — the team’s cheerleading squad — mascot Boomer and public address announcer Michael Grady are among those that will do so.
Pacers players will wear the goggles during practice later this season on a non-game day. Video from that will be made public. Pacers center Roy Hibbert wore the glasses in a series of promotional videos last summer.
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