Use Cases

1. Coach performing a physical examination and uploading notes both audibly and mentally about patients.

 

  • Places GlassIS on their head ensuring its correctly fitted around head, visual receivers correctly positioned in front of eyes and then switches on.
  • Awaits screen display to appear that includes subject to be captured and menu icons.
  • Selects a new project option and uses instant voice recording and thought selection to name and describe project to be undertaken.
  • Locates the video icon and when ready begins video recording, all using thought generation.
  • During recording they wish to add tags and criteria to video.
  • They voice-record opinions on subject and subjects opinions while video-recording but also generate other private opinions via thought generation.
  • Uses strong thought or says ‘STOP’ to cease recording.
  • Discretely and quickly adds more thought activated criteria meant for private use.
  • Does a final save, ensure project is saved in correct format then thought-selects email address for project to be zipped to.

 

On a bad day…

  • Selects voice recording only and thought operated options don’t reveal themselves on screen, user may need to cancel and start again as they don’t want all views to be heard by the subject.
  • Does not stop adequately and keeps recording longer than needed so editing needs to be done afterwards.

 

 

2. Auctioneer relaying product information and bids to customers:

 

  • Places GlassIS on their head ensuring its correctly fitted around head, visual receivers correctly positioned in front of eyes and then switches on.
  • Awaits screen display to appear, including subjects to be captured and menu icons.
  • Selects a new session option and then uses thought operation to select sound feed before speaking to client-bidder on other end and awaiting response.
  • Locates the recording icon and ensures video is set to stream to clients device.
  • User begins recording.
  • During recording they may use thought zoom, blink operated snapshotting all while listening for instructions from client.
  • Client Instructions are through sound but also appear as words on screen for clarity.
  • The clients words ‘Cease Bidding’ appear on screen also being heard by user.
  • User selects icon to generate final report and during summary display blinks to highlight some parts and delete others.
  • Icon appears prompting user to email report, user sends after ensuring destination correct.

 

On a bad day…

  • Has not ensured that video streams to right client, though client can confirm this as they are voice connected.
  • Takes snapshots at the wrong time so client asks for more.
  • Possibly bad sound input due to clients own device.

 

 

3.Food critic uses GlassIs to upload her critique adding both images and mentally written content in real time to her blog.

 

  • Places GlassIS on their head ensuring its correctly fitted around head, visual receivers correctly positioned in front of eyes and then switches on.
  • Awaits screen display to appear, including subjects to be captured and menu icons.
  • Selects option through thought operation that allows automatic blog-feed to take place.
  • Selects new report uses thoughts to select criteria that match current feelings
  • Selects recording icon and begins.
  • During recording they may use blink operated snapshotting and use thought to select tags and phrases to match current feelings.
  • Upon completion recording ceases and user adds further thought selected criteria and phrases, also utilizing the voice recording icon in the corner if needed.
  • User waits as feedback from blog followers will be displayed on the GlassIS screen.
  • If no adulation arrives user switches off device.

 

On a bad day…

  • Doesn’t clarify the correct blog feed.
  • Doesn’t use correct thought and movement for updating the blog or uses it at wrong time.

 


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