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Re: Google Glass
« on: June 12, 2014, 07:18:20 am »
I'm not clear on what you're saying here.

Programs like Camtasia record live video of your Desktop. Just think along the lines of the standard Print Screen option you have on your keyboard. When you hit the PrtScn button, it snaps an image of your Desktop. With Camtasia, it's the same thing, but instead of one image, it's all video.

I actually was considering going with the GoPro option prior to looking into Google Glass. The one drawback I found with GoPro is that even though it's small, it's still bulky for what I want to do. Also, mounting it on a helmet or whatever makes me think that there is going to be way more camera movement (shaky cam for you folks out there that love that sh*t). With Google Glass, it's going to record where my eyes are fixated on. If GoPro is mounted on my head or on shoulders, the angle is going to be a bit off and the shake is going to be more pronounced.
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