There are many reasons why you would want to create Video-on-Demand library with a web interface.. training videos, past security recordings, news clips, etc..
My reason was different this weekend.. it is starting to become difficult to weed through all of the DVDs with children's show for my daughter. While she has no problems sorting through the DVDs and picking out a show to watch if we label it correctly, it still is time consuming and over time the discs become worn and damaged. I needed a way to create a video on demand library and have it easy to use for her. Since she can navigate around on the web just fine, I wanted to make it as simple as YouTube for point and click access to her shows.
- ideal smart glasses: bluetooth low-energy to smartphone for connectivity and local compute resourcesdual heads-up display with full overlayblack-out mode for immersive virtual realitytransparency mode for virtual reality combined with augmented realitybone conductor technology for audiotwo split microphones for stereo sound processingauto-tinting lenses vs. swappable (polarized)video recording at 1080p or higherhaptic feedback - low frequency waves through transducer (bone conducting)sweat and water resistantpluggable to external power bank via cable through glasses retainers (ie: croakies)eye tracking
- processing capabilities: motion sense to read own hand gestures for audio/video start/stopintegration with cloud-based natural language processing (siri, alexa, cortana, google, etc)augmented reality overlays (like snapchat, better than recon pro)cloud sync of audio/video recordingspeech to text for metadata indexing throughout the dayvideo post processing for object recognitionuse o…