If you weren’t one of the few to catch a seat for Google I/O 2011 at Moscone Center in San Francisco, then you shouldn’t be worrying. The event sold out in 59 minutes, but now you can catch the event right from you living room via I/O Live. I/O Live will be your source for Google I/O 2011 information on May 10th and 11th. You will be able to watch streaming video from the two largest session rooms from 9:00am-6:00pm PST on both days of the conference. The livestream will include real-time captions in all languages supported by Google Translate. Events will include I/O Extended, BootCamp, Technical Sessions, Developer Sandbox, Office Hours, Community, and After Hours Evening Event.
While you wait you can browse the I/O Live site for information about the event, the agenda, many different sessions, travel info, and FAQ regarding the event. The I/O Live site will be the place to be if you weren’t one of the few to catch a seat at Google I/O. After all you can save the $450 ticket fee, plus other travel expenses for the conference and just watch everything from the comforts of your office or living room.