[access-uk] Re: The Eye Cam...

  • From: Richard King <rking689@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2013 12:26:09 +0000

I definately wouldn't leave the house without my dog or my long cane
but I'd love to walk into say Wetherspoons and someone telling me in
my ear all the lovely ales that are available today! Staff are always
way too busy to provide such a run down!

OK maybe a bit of a wild idea!
On 12/5/13, Jackie Brown <thebrownsplace@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Richard
>
> Not sure I could ever get used to just walking about with some sort of iCam
> for guidance over a cane or dog.  The way technology is moving, I bet
> someone will come up with a futuristic idea.  But, for now, I am delighted
> with my new four-legged German Shepherd acquisition called Bumble, or my
> trusted old beaten up long cane! (smile).  Rather than the iCam, I would
> prefer a shit detector, but that is another matter for a more general list
> me thinks.
>
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Jackie Brown
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>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
> Richard King
> Sent: 05 December 2013 11:15
> To: access-uk
> Subject: [access-uk] The Eye Cam...
>
> How's this for an idea...?
>
> I was thinking about the recent In Touch programme in relation to
> Guide dogs and how some are taking matters of training into their own
> hands etc and I thought wouldn't it be a great idea if we could wear a
> camera that could be used to guide us remotely with someone talking,
> audio describing to us, into an ear piece! With technology so quite
> advanced these days, I don't think that this is so science fiction? a
> camera could be mounted onto a pair of sunnies or something, giving
> the volunteer a visual of everything in front of us. Then, speaking
> into our ear piece, be guiding us around, either outdoors or indoors.
> Isn't this how Face Time works anyway?
>
> This could be linked up to family and friends etc, even a bank of
> volunteers. Not sure that it could be monitised but air time could be
> purchased in credits, like Tap Tap See? I'm sure that there could be
> something in providing a service or an app that could perform such a
> function?
>
> Does this sound anywhere near feasible?
> Regards
> Richard
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