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Above: Very simple Version 1 prototype tracking just one arm movement and providing audio comments
We learn best from audio and visual presentation.
This firms CEO Richard (Rick) Baker, was first to invent in 1991 “mixed reality“, via “Personalized Instructional Aid” US Patent No 5,486,001 and owns further patented technology which now allows a computer to automatically manufacture the best interactive “personalised’ audio-visual teaching presentations, using wireless MEM”s motion sensors. These very tiny sensors can be strapped on or fitted to e-textile clothing which consists of traditional fabric woven with conductive fibers as well as electronic elements to track a persons complete movement, even behind a wall, which camera technology cannot achieve.
See video of wireless MEMs sensors capturing motion and imagine being able to see your movement alongside your selected experts movement and expert can actually talk to you as well, all in near real-time, in regards how you performed (similar to face to face communications today with an expert person) and the expert never has to see your movement or your objects movement – This is what Rick Baker 2007 patented technology achieves over the current prior art below.
MYCOACHBUDDY’s revolutionary new personalised interactive video system is to be offered to programmers during 2020 for the development of potentially 100’s of applications that can be shown via any Smart TV, Smart phone, Computer, on any screen working via fast speed 5G Network etcetera.
UPDATE: 10th July, 2020
- We have now developed the overall interactive programming needed to initially track complete body movement via MEM’s motion sensors and show our patented technology (personalised virtual coach display with audio instructional comments streaming) which can be streamed to any screen via likes of emerging fast speed 5G network.
- Currently our technology is working via Android but soon to be available for all operating systems.
- Next step is to associate this great advancement for instructional video with wireless MEMs motion sensor firm interested in (a) being involved with showing the best interactive online video content/services using their devices and (b) gaining mass market sales for their products. Part of the future is motion sensing and providing people with personalised content on screen that truly means something to them.