Ever wanted to grab your favorite MLB player’s autograph but, for some reason, it didn’t happen? The line at the local mall was a tad too long or maybe you just flat out forgot?
Maybe you missed that star player after you waited in a hotel lobby for hours?
Well, Egraphs.com is taking away all the unnecessary variables when trying to obtain a player’s signature; instead, the Seattle-based company is advancing sports technology with a new wave of digital autographs and messages.
David Auld — Egraphs.com’s CEO — started the venture last fall and welcomed former major leaguer Gabe Kapler into the mix as the company’s Director of Business Development.
New Venture Changing Sports Technology Landscape
The autograph business started by Auld is a breakthrough in sports technology that essentially eliminates the older ways of writing to major leaguers or leaning across ballpark railings in the hopes of getting that elusive signature.
Now, with Egraphs.com, players such as Cliff Lee, Andrew McCutchen, and David Ortiz can record an audio message through an iPad microphone using the company’s custom iPad application.
“An egraph is a shared moment between you and your favorite star,” according to Egraphs.com about the newest sports technology. “It is immortalized forever with a beautiful high resolution photograph, handwritten note, autograph, and personalized voice message. It’s his voice, his handwriting, his time — every egraph is one-of-a-kind. Share it, print it, play it … whatever you want – it’s your egraph.”
Watch out for this guy on the road! twitter.com/egraphs/status…
— Egraphs (@egraphs) October 5, 2012
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