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DESCRIPTION JP2016509380
Abstract The present disclosure generally relates to video headphones, systems including video
headphones, specifically systems including video headphones connected to a mobile device,
methods including the use of video headphones or mobile devices connectable to video
headphones, And target media created using video headphones. Music headphones comprising a
pair of small loudspeakers for high quality stereo music playback, wherein at least one integrated
video camera is built into the headphones, the headphones being at least to a physically separate
portable music device such as a smartphone Music headphones, including one connection.
[Selected figure] Fig. 70
Video headphones, systems, platforms, methods, devices, and media
[0001]
The present disclosure includes a description of the video headphone platform method,
apparatus and media (hereinafter "VHP"). A portion of the disclosure of this patent document
contains material that is subject to copyright and / or maskwork protection. The copyright and /
or maskwork owner, when expressed in a patent application or record of the Patent and
Trademark Office or the World Intellectual Property Organization, is not apt to be a complete
copy by anyone regarding the patent document or patent disclosure But otherwise owns all
copyright and mask work rights.
[0002]
Cross-Reference to Related Applications This application claims priority to US Provisional Patent
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Application No. 61 / 731,126, filed Nov. 29, 2012, the entire contents of which are incorporated
by reference.
[0003]
1.
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION The present disclosure generally relates to video
headphones, systems including video headphones, particularly systems including video
headphones connected to a mobile device, methods including the use of video headphones or
mobile devices connectable to video headphones, and Target media created using video
headphones.
[0004]
2. Technology Background Currently, many different types of headphones exist in the market.
While some headphones are more dedicated by providing optimal sound reproduction (eg, high
fidelity sound reproduction), others are portable (eg, small, lightweight, foldable) I am dedicated.
Headphones may obtain audio signals from an audio source (eg, a portable music player) via
either an audio cable or a wireless receiver.
[0005]
According to a first aspect of the present invention there is provided a music headphone
comprising a pair of small loudspeakers for high quality stereo music playback, wherein at least
one integrated video camera is built into the headphone in the music headphone and the
headphone is a smartphone Etc., including at least one connection to a physically separate
portable music device, at least one of the connections enabling high quality reproduction of
stereo music of the portable music device using (i) a small loudspeaker And at least one of the
connections (ii) edit or mix music or other audio to create a soundtrack for video recording or
share one or more of the video recordings Transfer video data from the aforementioned video
camera to a portable music device to do Possible, and it is possible to edit the video data.
[0006]
The music headphones are either ear wrap type, with the music headphones providing high
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fidelity stereo music playback and having ear pads surrounding the user's outer ears, or earmatched with the ear pads pressed against the user's outer ears. An earpad may be attached to
the loudspeaker housing, which may hide the video camera described above.
[0007]
Music headphones allow the user to record video, such as point of view (POV) video, using the
integrated video camera described above, which is stored on or accessed by the portable music
device At least one possible music track, genre, channel or playlist may be selected to be the
soundtrack of the video.
[0008]
The music headphones may form the sound track of the video, selected tracks, genres, channels
or playlists may be played by the portable music device on the music headphones when the video
is recorded.
[0009]
Music headphones are not played by the portable music device on the music headphones when
the selected track, genre, channel, or playlist is recorded, but instead are then selected by the
user interacting with the portable music device Can then be made into the soundtrack of the
video.
[0010]
Music headphones may be such that the body of the integrated video camera described above is
completely contained within the speaker housing of the headphones.
[0011]
Music headphones may be those in which the camera lens is structured to indicate the presence
of only one visible object or video camera in the music headphones.
[0012]
The music headphones may be such that the surface of the aforementioned video camera forms a
surface adjacent to the aforementioned surface of the speaker housing.
[0013]
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In music headphones, the headphones may include motion sensors such as accelerometers or
gyros to detect motion.
[0014]
Music headphones may be those in which a motion sensor is used for image stabilization of the
image taken by the integrated video camera described above.
[0015]
The music headphones may include a sensor that detects whether the music headphones are
worn and that automatically pauses music playback when not worn.
[0016]
The music headphones may include a sensor that detects whether the music headphones are
worn and automatically pauses video recording when not worn.
[0017]
The music headphones are such that the video camera described above is located inside the
rotatable unit forming part of the speaker housing and the user has the orientation of the camera
described above, including one forward POV and one backward POV It may be possible to
change.
[0018]
Music headphones have within them a video camera located inside a rotatable unit forming part
of the loudspeaker enclosure for each enclosure, each unit being independently rotatable It can
be
[0019]
Music headphones may be those in which the music headphones include multiple integrated
video cameras.
[0020]
Music headphones may be such that the position of each video camera may be changed by
sliding the camera along a member such as a portion of the headband of the music headphones.
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[0021]
Music headphones are listed below for connection to portable music devices: voice jack, phone
jack, phone plug, jack plug, stereo plug, mini stereo, mini jack, headphone jack, USB, USB OTG,
Firewire, Thunderbolt And a physical connector selected from
[0022]
The music headphones may be such that the connection to the portable music device comprises a
short-range wireless connection such as Bluetooth® A2DP or Wi-Fi.
[0023]
Music headphones may not themselves be headsets due to the absence of a microphone.
[0024]
Music headphones may be arranged to include a plurality of video cameras, each enabling
panoramic images to be taken, including both video and still images.
[0025]
Music headphones may include an ambient light sensor.
[0026]
Music headphones may include color or color temperature sensors.
[0027]
Music headphones may include physiological sensors to detect physiological parameters of the
user, such as heart rate and / or skin conductance.
[0028]
Music headphones may transmit video in real time to a connected music player after the user has
started video recording, and the video may be shown on the display screen of the music player.
[0029]
Music headphones are sufficient to allow the user to watch the videoed scene, although real-time
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video is at a relatively low resolution, high-resolution image data is stored by the music player,
and It may then be sent to the music player to allow the user to edit the video on the music
player.
[0030]
Music headphones may be such that real-time video can be edited by the user and any editing
can then be automatically applied to the high resolution version.
[0031]
According to a second aspect of the present invention there is provided a system comprising
stereo music headphones comprising a pair of speakers for high quality stereo music
reproduction, wherein at least one integrated video camera is incorporated in the headphones,
the headphones Includes at least one connection to a physically separate portable music device,
such as a smartphone, which particularly enables high quality reproduction of stereo music from
the portable music device using a speaker.
The system further includes an application running on a processor in the portable music device
or elsewhere, such as in the cloud, the application processes video data from the music
headphones, and the user does one or more of the following: Allows to do: Edit video, add music
or other audio to video, share video.
[0032]
The system may be such that the application provides music editing capabilities and the user
creates or edits a soundtrack for the video by adding or editing the selected music track, genre,
channel or playlist .
[0033]
The system may be such that the application provides video editing capabilities and the user
edits video on the device by adding or using selected image filters.
[0034]
The system may be one where the application provides video editing capabilities and the user
edits video on the device by adding or using selected video effect filters.
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[0035]
The system includes headphones, a motion sensor such as an accelerometer or gyro to detect
motion, and data from the motion sensor is by an application for image stabilization of an image
taken by the integrated video camera described above It may be used.
[0036]
The system is for displaying an on-screen menu item on a music playback device that allows the
user to purchase an image and / or video filter to apply to the video when selected by the
application. obtain.
[0037]
The system displays on-screen menu items on portable music devices that allow the user to
purchase music tracks, genres, channels, or playlists to apply to the video when the application is
selected It can be
[0038]
The system allows the application to allow the user to shoot video, edit video, select music as a
soundtrack for that video, edit music, and share video accompanied by soundtrack Can be
downloadable apps.
[0039]
The system may be such that the portable music device is a data connection device such as a
smartphone capable of sharing video accompanied by the soundtrack over a wireless or wired
data network.
[0040]
The system is to share live streaming of POV video and accompanying music tracks.
[0041]
The system may be sharing on one or more of a social network, a social media platform, a
website, where the user can contribute the video and share the video with other users.
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[0042]
According to a third aspect of the present invention there is provided a method of creating a
video comprising the steps of: Physically specifying that the user specifies to include one or more
of the specified music tracks, genres, channels, or playlists, and (ii) either after or before step (i)
above. The user recording the scene using at least one video camera connected to a separate
portable music player, (iii) an application at a processor in the portable music player or
elsewhere, such as in the cloud Step to launch the specified music as a soundtrack for video
recording Rack, including genre, channel, or some or all of the play list, including the steps, a
method is provided.
[0043]
The method of creating the video may be such that the video camera is a stand-alone camera,
such as a durable personal video camera.
[0044]
The method of creating the video may be that the video camera is integrated into the music
headphones.
[0045]
The method of creating the video may be such that the video camera is integrated into
augmented reality glasses such as Google Glass (R).
[0046]
The method of creating the video may be such that the sound track is music that those music
players play on a pair of music headphones while a user wearing the music headphones is
recording a video.
[0047]
The way to create a video is that the recorded soundtrack is not the music that the music player
plays to the user on any music headphones while the user is recording the video, but after the
recording is complete It may be the selected track, genre, channel or playlist.
[0048]
The method of creating the video may be that the user edits it by adding music and / or other
audio to the video.
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[0049]
The method of creating the video may be such that the user adds an image filter to the video
using an application.
[0050]
The method of creating the video may be such that the user adds a video effects filter to the
video using an application.
[0051]
The method of creating a video is a social network, social media platform, web where the user
can use the application to contribute the video and its soundtrack to the user and share the video
with other users. It may include providing to the site (eg, posting, live posting, streaming, or live
streaming).
[0052]
In accordance with a fourth aspect of the present invention, a head mounted device comprising: a
first housing defining a first interior space; and at least partially disposed within the first interior
space; A first earphone assembly including a first loudspeaker integrated with the first housing, a
second housing defining a second interior space, and at least partially disposed within the second
interior space A second earphone assembly including a second loudspeaker provided and
integrated with the second housing, and an image capture device including a camera integrated
with the first earphone assembly, each having two Audio input connection configured to receive
an audio signal from at least one of the independent audio sources, and audio configured to
provide an audio signal from the audio input connection to the first and second loudspeakers
Output, including, head The wearable device is configured to enable switching between a first of
the audio sources and a second of the audio sources, and the image capture device is any of the
audio sources A head mounted device is provided that is configured to operate simultaneously
with one or the other.
[0053]
The head mounted device may be one in which the audio source is a microphone and an audio
player.
[0054]
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The head-mounted device is such that a camera is disposed in the first interior space and
arranged to receive light from an opening defined in the first housing for capturing an image.
obtain.
[0055]
The head mounted device may be one in which the microphone is in either the first interior space
or the second interior space.
[0056]
The head mounted device further comprises a manual switch associated with either the first
earphone or the second earphone, and the manual switch changes the camera on and off, the
manual switch among the audio sources simultaneously with the camera Can be changed on and
off.
[0057]
The head mounted device may be one in which the camera is rotatably mounted in the first
internal space.
[0058]
A processor-implemented method for sharing world-view video according to a fifth aspect of the
invention, comprising: receiving via the processor a request to record a user's world-view video;
Recording a world view video, adjusting the world view video based on the user's instruction
through the processor, and sharing the adjusted world view video with the user's social network
through the processor , Is provided.
[0059]
The method may be such that the video headphones comprise audio headphones having an
embedded video camera and a microphone.
[0060]
The method may be such that adjusting the world view video comprises trimming the world view
video.
[0061]
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The method may be such that adjusting the world view video comprises adding audio to the
world view video.
[0062]
The method may be such that adjusting the world view video comprises adding video effects to
the world view video.
[0063]
The accompanying figures and appendices illustrate various embodiments in accordance with the
present disclosure.
These and other aspects of the invention will now be described by way of example only with
reference to the following drawings.
FIG. 6 shows a logic flow diagram that illustrates the World View Sharing (WVS) component in
one embodiment of the VHP.
This is an exemplary VHP world view sharing (WVS) component.
FIG. 7 shows a data flow diagram in one embodiment of VHP.
This is an exemplary VHP data flow.
FIG. 6 shows a block diagram illustrating an exemplary VHP regulator in one embodiment of
VHP.
This is an exemplary VHP regulator.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
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Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
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Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Figure 7 illustrates a further embodiment of VHP.
Fig. 3 shows an example of two different perspective views of a video headphone.
(A) shows a disassembled image of the rotatable part of the headphone unit and the fixed part of
the headphone unit.
(B) shows a camera mounted on a screw adjuster and a disassembled image of a housing that
linearly translates the camera within the adjustment range by turning a screw in it.
(A) shows a disassembled image of the rotatable part of the headphone unit including the
integrally mounted camera and the fixed part of the headphone unit.
(B) shows one embodiment of the opening.
(A) shows an example of a headphone unit of a video headphone including a linearly translatable
camera.
(B) shows a headphone unit of a video headphone including a rotatable camera.
(C) shows a headphone unit of a video headphone including a rotatable camera.
(A) shows an example of a video headphone including a slideable camera module configured to
receive a slideable camera and a headband provided with a plurality of socket modules.
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(B) shows one embodiment of a fixed socket module.
(C) shows an example of a camera module that allows camera rotation so that the camera can be
oriented in a forward or backward orientation.
(D) shows an embodiment of a camera module that can slide freely on the headband.
(E) shows an example of a camera module that can be clickably attached to a socket module.
(A) shows one embodiment of the left headphone cup.
(B) shows an example of the right headphone cup.
(C) shows an example of a left rotation cup.
Fig. 6 illustrates an example of a mobile telephone connectable to video headphones, wherein a
light emitting recording indicator is further provided.
7 illustrates one embodiment of a headphone unit that includes an ambient light sensor.
Fig. 7 illustrates an example of a process of live video feed.
(A) shows an example of video headphones including a video camera on a cup on which each of
two headphone units can be rotated.
(B) shows one embodiment of a socket module of a video camera.
(C) shows one embodiment of a video camera provided on a rotatable cup.
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(A) shows an example of a camera module that allows camera rotation so that the camera can be
directed to a forward or backward orientation.
(B) shows an embodiment of a camera module that can slide freely on the headband.
(C) shows one embodiment of a fixed socket module.
(D) shows a camera module that is clickably attachable to the socket module.
FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a Create-Video Selection user interface screen. FIG.
Creation-Live Delivery!
14 illustrates one embodiment of a user interface screen of FIG.
7 illustrates one embodiment of a user interface screen.
5 illustrates one embodiment of panoramic image capture.
5 illustrates one embodiment of panoramic image capture. 7 illustrates one embodiment of a
translation process. FIG. 16 shows an example of a translation-microphone selection user
interface screen. FIG. 7 illustrates one embodiment of a user interface screen. 7 illustrates one
embodiment of a user interface screen. FIG. 16 illustrates an example sign-up / login user
interface screen. FIG. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a user interface screen for creating a new
account. FIG. FIG. 16 illustrates an example profile-my video user interface screen. FIG. FIG. 16
illustrates an example profile-follower user interface screen. FIG. 11 illustrates an example
profile-following user interface screen. FIG. 16 illustrates an example profile-setting user
interface screen. FIG. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a feed-trend user interface screen. FIG. FIG.
16 illustrates an example feed-popular user interface screen. Feed-shows an example of a current
user interface screen. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a user interface screen of a feed-video
detail page. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a live-trend user interface screen. FIG. 16 illustrates
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an example of an explorer user interface screen. FIG. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a CreateVideo Selection user interface screen. FIG. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a Create-Camera
Select user interface screen. FIG. 7 illustrates one embodiment of a user interface screen. 7
illustrates one embodiment of a user interface screen. FIG. 16 shows an example of a CreateVideo Headphones Import user interface screen. FIG. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a createedit-trimming user interface screen. FIG. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a Create-Edit-Video
Speed user interface screen. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a Create-Edit-Video Audio user
interface screen. FIG. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a Create-Edit-Video Effects application
user interface screen. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a Create-Edit-Music Added user interface
screen. FIG. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a Create-Edit-Track Select user interface screen. FIG.
7 illustrates one embodiment of a user interface screen. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a
Create-Edit-Thumbnail Selection user interface screen. FIG. FIG. 19 illustrates an example of a
Create-Edit-user interface screen. FIG. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a Create-Edit-Preview
user interface screen. FIG. FIG. 16 illustrates an example of a Create-Edit-Share user interface
screen. FIG.
FIG. 7 shows a perspective view of an embodiment of a video headphone. FIG. 7 shows a
perspective view of an embodiment of a video headphone. 7 illustrates one embodiment of a user
interface screen.
[0064]
A request may be received to record a user's world view video. Worldview video may be recorded
via video headphones and adjusted based on user instructions. The adjusted world view video
may be shared on the user's social network.
[0065]
Preface VHP helps users to record, edit and share their world views with their social networks.
The user may record video through a video camera embedded in the user's headphones. Audio
may also be recorded through one or more microphones installed in the headphone cable control
unit and / or located below the video camera. Once the user has finished recording the video, the
user may add music, apply filters, perform audio and / or video adjustments, provide video
descriptions, and / or the like. After editing the video, the video may be shared with the user's
social network.
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[0066]
Detailed Description of VHP FIG. 1 shows a logic flow diagram illustrating the World View
Sharing (WVS) component in one embodiment of VHP. In FIG. 1, a request to share world view
video may be received at 101. For example, the world view video may be a video showing what
may be viewed and / or heard by the user (ie, a view from the height of the user's eyes). In one
example, the request to share the world view video may be received based on the user activating
the record button on the video headphone (eg, the record button may be integrated into the
headphone cable). In another example, a request to share world view video may be received
based on the activation of the record button of the VHP mobile app (e.g., running on the user's
smartphone) by the user.
[0067]
The VHP may facilitate video recording via video headphones at 105. In various embodiments,
the video headphones may be headphones with embedded and / or attached video cameras. In
various implementations, video headphones include high definition (HD) high quality sound,
pivoting ear pads for multi-angle recording, one or more HD (eg, 1080p) video cameras, one or
more dynamic microphones, headphones It may include features such as audio and / or video
control (e.g., video recording, volume control, skip forward and / or backward, mute), and / or
the like integrated in the cable. In one implementation, the video headphones may include a
video camera on one of the earpieces, and the video camera may have a microphone (eg, located
below the video camera). In another implementation, the video headphones may include two
video cameras (one for each earpiece), and each video camera may have a microphone. If the
video camera has a microphone, the video camera and / or the associated microphone can pivot
and / or pivot (eg, 360 degrees in any direction) to allow the user to record video in any direction
It can be For example, the user may turn the video camera upwards to record a tree bird video. In
another embodiment, the user may direct one video camera straight ahead and the other video
camera backward to record the split screen behind the user. In yet another example, the user
may position both video cameras in a manner that enables three-dimensional (3D) video
recording (e.g., both video cameras are oriented in the same direction). Video headphones may be
connected to the user's client (eg smartphone, portable media player, tablet), recorded (eg via a
headphone cable, via wireless technology capable of transmitting HD video) Video (eg, including
video and / or audio) may be transmitted to the client (eg, via the VHP mobile app). For example,
video may be stored on a client in the local environment. In another example, the video may be
stored remotely (eg, on a remote server). In one implementation, the video may be of any desired
length.
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In another implementation, the minimum and / or maximum length (eg, 15 seconds) of the video
may be specified.
[0068]
A determination is made at 110 whether the user desires to trim the recorded video. In one
embodiment, the user (eg, "Do you want to trim the video? This determination may be made by
prompting to indicate whether the user wishes to trim the video (via the prompt). In another
embodiment, by displaying the video selection widget via the VHP mobile app, and enabling the
user to trim the video via the video selection widget, if the user chooses to do so , This decision
can be made.
[0069]
If the user desires to trim the video, the desired video segment may be determined 115. In one
example, the user may trim the video by dragging the video selection widget of the VHP mobile
app to select a video segment of a predetermined length (eg, a video segment of 10 seconds). In
another example, the user may trim the video by expanding and / or reducing the length of the
video selection widget of the VHP mobile app to select the desired video partition. In yet another
example, the user may combine multiple videos (e.g., the current video and one or more
previously recorded videos) into one video. The video may be trimmed at 120 to the desired
video segment.
[0070]
A determination is made at 125 whether the user desires to add audio to the video. In one
embodiment, to the user (eg, "Do you want to add audio? This determination may be made by
prompting to indicate whether the user wishes to add audio to the video) (via the prompt ) .
In another embodiment, by facilitating user selection of audio via the VHP mobile app, and by
allowing the user to add audio to the video if the user chooses to do so , This decision can be
made.
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[0071]
If the user desires to add audio to the video, the VHP may facilitate audio selection at 130. In one
example, the user may select voice (eg, music) from the user's voice collection (eg, by pressing
the My Music button of the VHP mobile app). In one implementation, the user may select
music albums and / or tracks (eg, songs) and / or playlists from the user's music collection. The
user may also utilize the audio selection widget to select the desired portion of the selected audio
to be added to the video. For example, the length of the selected audio portion is set to be equal
to the length of the video. In another implementation, the VHP may suggest to the user an audio
that matches well with the action of the video. For example, the VHP may suggest songs and / or
playlists and / or audio portions whose speed matches the action of the video. In another
example, the user may select audio from VHP's audio collection (eg, by pressing the "VHP library"
button of the VHP mobile app). For example, a user may purchase a music album and / or songs
and / or sound effects via the VHP mobile app. In one implementation, the user may select voice
and / or portions of voice from the VHP voice collection in a similar manner as described above
for the user's voice collection. In another implementation, the user may select speech from the
VHP's speech collection based on suggestions from the VHP created in a similar manner as
described above for the user's speech collection.
[0072]
A determination may be made at 135 whether the user wishes to adjust the sound. In one
embodiment, to the user (eg, "Do you want to adjust the audio? This determination may be made
by prompting to indicate whether the user wishes to adjust the voice (via the prompt). In another
embodiment, by facilitating user selection of voice adjustments via the VHP mobile app, and by
allowing the user to adjust voice, if the user chooses to do so This decision can be made.
[0073]
If the user desires to adjust the audio, VHP may facilitate the desired audio adjustment at 140. In
one embodiment, the user may adjust the voice by accelerating and / or decelerating the voice.
For example, the user may adjust the audio speed using the "Reduce" and / or "Accelerate"
buttons of the VHP mobile app (e.g., in separate chunks, such as twice or three times faster or
slower) And so on continuously based on the length of time that is pressed). In this example, the
length of the selected audio portion may vary based on the speed of the audio. For example, if the
user accelerates a song, the user may be able to select longer portions of the song. In another
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embodiment, the user may choose to play the entire song for the duration of the video (eg 2
minutes) and the speed at which the song is played back accordingly (eg the entire song) Can be
adjusted by VHP) to be played in 2 minutes. In another embodiment, the user may adjust the
sound by automatically adjusting the sound. For example, the user may utilize the "auto-adjust"
button of the VHP mobile app. In yet another embodiment, the user may adjust the sound by
adding an acoustic effect to the sound. For example, the user may utilize the sound effects
selection widget of the VHP mobile app.
[0074]
Audio may be added to the video at 145. In one embodiment, the added audio can replace the
audio recorded in the video. In another embodiment, the added audio may be combined with the
audio recorded on video. In some examples, the user may post artist credits (eg, via the post
artist credits button of the VHP mobile app) for audio (eg, songs) being used in the video. For
example, artist credits may scroll at designated locations (eg, across the bottom of the video).
[0075]
A determination may be made at 150 whether the user wishes to add video effects to the video.
In one embodiment, to the user (eg, "Do you want to add video effects? This determination may
be made by prompting to indicate whether the user wishes to add a video effect to the video) (via
the prompt ) . In another embodiment, by facilitating user selection of video effects via the
VHP mobile app, and enabling the user to add video effects to the video when the user chooses to
do so By this, this decision can be made.
[0076]
If the user desires to add video effects to the video, VHP may determine the desired video effects
at 155. In one embodiment, the user accelerates and / or decelerates the desired video effect (eg,
sepia filter, black and white filter, monochrome filter, light filter, video peripheral frame, video)
via the video effect selection widget of the VHP mobile app. ) Can be selected. In another
example, the user may want to add various video elements (eg, video start element, video end
element, transition element, comment element) to the video. For example, a user may wish to
insert a comment in a video after a humorous scene of the video. The desired video effects may
be added to the video at 160.
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[0077]
A description of the video may be obtained from the user at 165. In one embodiment, the
description may include a title. In another example, the description may include the user's
description of the video. In some implementations, the description may have the longest and / or
the shortest length. For example, the title may have a length of at least one character and a
length of 50 characters or less. In another example, the user's description of the video may need
to be 148 characters or less. In yet another example, the longest and / or shortest lengths of the
description may correspond to those specified by the social network with which the video may be
shared (eg, up to 140 characters on Twitter).
[0078]
The video may be added at 170 to the user's video library. For example, the video may be stored
(eg, at the client, at a remote server) and added to the user's VHP profile. If the user chooses to
share the video with other VHP users, the other VHP users comment on the video, mark the
video as a favorite, transfer the video to other users, and / or the like I can do things. The user
can also see how many times the video has been viewed, comments have been posted, and / or
the like.
[0079]
This determination of whether the user wishes to share the video over one or more social
networks (eg, Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Vimeo, Youtube) may be made at
175. In one embodiment, to the user (eg, "Do you want to share the video? This decision is made
by prompting to indicate whether the user wishes to share the video (via the prompt). In another
embodiment, by facilitating user selection of social networks sharing video via the VHP mobile
app, and when the user chooses to allow the user to share video This decision can be made by
doing.
[0080]
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If the user desires to share a video, a social network that the user desires to share the video may
be determined at 180. In one example, the user may select the desired social network via the
appropriate button of the VHP mobile app and press the "Share Now" button to initiate sharing
on the selected social network. In another embodiment, the user specifies a predetermined
desired social network (e.g., via the user's profile settings) such that the predetermined desired
social network is preselected for the user, and the user selects Press the "Share Now" button, you
can start sharing on the selected social network. The video may be shared on the social network
selected at 185 (e.g., via the appropriate API provided by the social network).
[0081]
FIG. 2 shows a data flow diagram in one embodiment of VHP. FIG. 2 provides an example of how
data may flow to, through, and / or from VHP. In FIG. 2, a user 202 may provide a client 210 (eg,
a smartphone, a portable media player, a tablet) with a command to initiate video recording 221.
In one embodiment, the user may provide a command to initiate video recording by pressing the
record button on the user's video headphones 206. In another example, the user may provide a
command to start video recording by pressing the record button of the client's VHP mobile app.
[0082]
The client may send a video data request 225 to video headphones. For example, the video data
request may be in XML format and commands to initiate video recording, video parameters (eg,
video resolution, video aspect ratio, audio quality), video recording length, and / or the like May
contain data of Video headphones may start and / or end video recording based on the video
data request.
[0083]
Video headphones may send a video data response 229 to the client. For example, the video data
response may be in XML format and recorded video (eg, including video and / or audio), video
information (eg, date and / or time of recording, position of video), and / or the like May contain
data such as.
[0084]
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The client may output a reconciliation request 233 to the user. In various embodiments, the
adjustment request includes the user trimming the video, adding audio to the video, adjusting the
audio of the video, adding the video effect to the video, providing the video description, sharing
the video And / or may prompt them to do the same thing. For example, the adjustment request
may be output via the GUI of the VHP mobile app.
[0085]
The user may enter a reconciliation response 237 into the client. In various embodiments, the
adjustment response allows the user to trim the video, add audio to the video, adjust the audio of
the video, add video effects to the video, describe the video, share the video, And / or may
indicate whether and / or how one wishes to do the same thing. For example, the adjustment
response may be input via the GUI of the VHP mobile app.
[0086]
The client may send an audio data request 241 to the VHP server 214 if the user desires to add
audio (eg, from the audio collection of VHP) to the video. For example, the VHP server may store
songs available from the VHP (eg, at the audio data store 330c). For example, the voice data
request may be in XML format and the user's identifier and / or password, the requested song
and / or album and / or playlist identifier, voice parameters (eg voice format, voice quality in
kbps) , Payment methods, and / or the like.
[0087]
The VHP server may send a voice data response 245 to the client. For example, the audio data
response may be in XML format and may include data such as requested songs and / or albums
and / or playlists, audio parameters, payment confirmations, and / or the like. The client may add
the acquired audio to the video and / or adjust the video based on the acquired audio and / or
user instructions.
[0088]
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If the user desires to share the video, the client may send a sharing request 249 to the social
network 218. The sharing request includes the video and may instruct the social network to post
the video via the user's social network account. For example, the sharing request may be sent via
an API command of the social network, an identifier and / or password of the user of the social
network, a video, a description of the video, video information (eg, date and / or time of
recording, client's It may include data such as the position of the video obtained via GPS) and / or
the like. The social network may send a sharing response 253 to the client. For example, the
sharing response may be sent via an API command of the social network, and may indicate
whether the video was successfully shared on the social network.
[0089]
The client may provide video output 257 to the user. For example, the video output may be the
user's video stored (eg, at video data store 330d), added to the user's profile, shared over one or
more social networks, and / or the like. I can tell the user.
[0090]
Detailed Description of VHP Regulators FIG. 3 shows a block diagram illustrating an exemplary
VHP regulator in one embodiment of VHP. VHP coordinators are computer systems (eg, one or
more cloud computing systems, grid computing systems, virtualized computer systems,
mainframe computers, servers, clients, nodes, desktops, smartphones, cellular phones, tablets,
portables Facilitates VHP operation via a mobile device such as a personal digital assistant (PDA)
and / or the like, an embedded computer, a dedicated computer, a system on chip (SOC). For
example, the VHP adjuster may receive, acquire, aggregate, process, generate, save, retrieve,
transmit, delete, input, output data (including program data and program instructions). And / or
the like, may execute program instructions, may communicate with computer systems, nodes,
users, and / or the like. In various embodiments, the VHP coordinator may be a stand-alone
computer system, a distributed computer system, a node in a computer network (ie, a network of
computer systems organized by topology), a network of VHP coordinators, and / or It may be of
the same kind. VHP regulator and / or various VHP regulator elements (eg, processor, system
bus, memory, input / output devices) in any number of ways to facilitate VHP operation (ie, any
number and configuration of It should be understood that computer systems, computer
networks, nodes, VHP coordinator elements, and / or the like may be used to organize.
Additionally, various VHP regulator computer systems, VHP regulator computer networks, VHP
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regulator nodes, VHP regulator elements, and / or the like, may be among each other in any
number of ways to facilitate VHP operation. It should be understood that they can communicate.
As used in this disclosure, the term "user" generally refers to the person and / or computer
system interacting with the VHP; the term "server" generally handles requests over the computer
network and / or the client Computer systems, programs, and / or combinations thereof that
respond to requests from a computer; the term "client" generally refers to computer systems that
generate requests and / or handle responses from servers via a computer network, The term
"node" generally refers to a server, client, and / or intermediate computer system that facilitates
the transmission and / or processing of requests and / or responses. Refers programs, and / or
combinations thereof.
[0091]
The VHP regulator includes a processor 301 that executes program instructions (eg, VHP
program instructions). In various embodiments, the processor may be a general purpose
microprocessor (eg, central processing unit (CPU)), a dedicated microprocessor (eg, graphics
processing unit (GPU), physical processing unit (PPU), digital signal processor (DSP) , Network
processor, and / or the like), external processor, multiple processors (eg, parallel operating,
distributed, and / or similar), microcontrollers (eg, for embedded systems), and / or the like It can
be The processor may be implemented using integrated circuits (ICs), application specific
integrated circuits (ASICs), field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), and / or the like. In various
implementations, the processor may comprise one or more cores, embedded elements (eg,
coprocessors such as math coprocessors, cryptographic coprocessors, physical coprocessors, and
/ or the like, registers, etc.) Cache memory, software) may be included, and may be synchronous
(eg, with a clock signal) or asynchronous (eg, without a central clock), and / or the like. For
example, the processor may be an AMD FX processor, an AMD Opteron processor, an AMD
Geode LX processor, an Intel Core i7 processor, an Intel Xeon processor, an Intel Atom processor,
an ARM Cortex processor, an IBM PowerPC processor, and / or the like.
[0092]
The processor may be connected to system memory 305 via system bus 303. The system bus
may interconnect these and / or other elements of the VHP regulator via electrical, electronic,
optical, wireless, and / or the like communication links (e.g., the system bus is a VHP regulator).
It can be integrated into the motherboard interconnecting elements to provide power from the
power supply). In various embodiments, the system bus may comprise one or more control
buses, an address bus, a data bus, a memory bus, a peripheral bus, and / or the like. In various
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implementations, the system bus may be parallel bus, serial bus, daisy chain design, hub design,
and / or the like. For example, the system bus can be Front Side Bus, Back Side Bus, AMD
HyperTransport, Intel QuickPath Interconnect, Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Bus,
Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) Bus, PCI Express Bus, Low Pin Count (LPC) bus, Universal Serial
Bus (USB), and / or the like. In various embodiments, the system memory may be a register,
cache memory (eg, level 1, level 2, level 3), read only memory (ROM) (eg, BIOS, flash memory),
random access memory (RAM) For example, static RAM (SRAM), dynamic RAM (DRAM), error
correction code (ECC) memory), and / or the like may be provided. The system memory may be
discrete, external, embedded, integrated with the CPU, and / or the like. The processor accesses,
reads from, writes to, saves to it, erases it, erases it, modifies it, and / or the like, according to
program instructions (eg, VHP program instructions) executed by the processor. be able to. The
system memory may facilitate access to data (eg, VHP data), storage, retrieval, modification,
deletion, and / or the like, by the processor.
[0093]
In various embodiments, input / output devices 310 may be connected to one another via
processor and / or system memory and / or system bus.
[0094]
In some embodiments, the input / output device may include one or more graphics devices 311.
The processor may use one or more graphics devices in accordance with program instructions
(eg, VHP program instructions) executed by the processor. In one implementation, the graphics
device processes (eg, acquires, eg, via a connected video camera) graphics (eg, multimedia, video,
images, text) data (eg, VHP data) , Rendering frames), outputting (eg, via connected monitor,
television, and / or the like), and / or may be a video card capable of doing the same. The video
card may be connected to the system bus via an interface such as PCI, AGP, PCI Express, USB, PC
Card, Express Card, and / or the like. A video card may use one or more graphics processing units
(GPU), for example, by utilizing AMD's CrossFireX and / or NVIDIA's SLI technology. The video
card has an interface (eg, video graphics array (VGA), digital video interface (DVI), mini-DVI,
micro-DVI, high definition multimedia interface (HDMI), display port, thunderbolt, composite
video, S One or more displays (eg cathode ray tube (CRT), liquid crystal display (LCD), touch
screen, and / or the like) displaying graphics via video, component video, and / or the like Can be
connected to For example, video cards such as AMD Radeon HD 6990, ATI Mobility Radeon HD
5870, AMD FirePro V9800P, AMD Radeon E6760 MXM V3.0 module, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590,
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 M, Intel HD Graphics 3000, and / or the like It can be In another
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implementation, the graphics device acquires (eg, via coaxial cable), processes (eg, overlays with
other graphic data), captures graphic data (eg, from MPEG2 to H.264) Etc.) may be video capture
boards that can convert between different formats and / or the like.
The video capture board may be and / or include a TV tuner, may be compatible with various
broadcast signals (eg, NTSC, PAL, ATSC, QAM), part of a video card and / or the like It can be For
example, the video capture board may be ATI All-in-Wonder HD, Hauppauge Impact VBR 01381,
Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-2250, Hauppauge Colossus 01414, and / or the like. The graphics
device may be discrete, external, embedded, integrated with the CPU, and / or the like. Graphics
devices may operate in combination with other graphics devices (eg, in parallel) to provide
improved functionality, data throughput, color depth, and / or the like.
[0095]
In some embodiments, the input / output device may include one or more audio devices 313. The
processor may use one or more audio devices in accordance with program instructions (eg, VHP
program instructions) executed by the processor. In one implementation, the audio device
obtains (eg, via a connected microphone), processes, outputs (eg, via a connected speaker) audio
data (eg, via a connected microphone), and It may be an acoustic card that can do the same thing.
The sound card may be connected to the system bus via an interface such as PCI, PCI Express,
USB, PC Card, Express Card, and / or the like. The sound card is via an interface (e.g. tip sleeve
(TS), tip ring sleeve (TRS), RCA, TOSLINK, optical), one or more amplifiers, speakers (e.g. mono,
stereo, surround sound), It may be connected to a subwoofer, a digital instrument, and / or the
like. For example, the sound card includes an Intel AC'97 integrated codec chip, an Intel HD
audio integrated codec chip, a Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD, and a Creative Sound
Blaster X-Fi Go! Pro, Creative Sound Blaster Recon 3D, Turtle Beach Riviera, Turtle Beach Amigo
II, and / or the like. The audio device is discrete, external, embedded, integrated into the
motherboard, and / or the like. A voice device may operate in combination with other voice
devices (eg, in parallel) to provide improved functionality, data throughput, voice quality, and / or
the like.
[0096]
In some embodiments, an input / output device may include one or more network devices 315.
The processor may utilize one or more network devices in accordance with program instructions
(eg, VHP program instructions) executed by the processor. In one implementation, the network
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device obtains, processes, outputs (eg, via a wireless antenna), network data (eg, via VHP data)
(eg, via a Category 5 Ethernet cable), and / or Or it could be a network card that can do the same
thing. The network card may be connected to the system bus via an interface such as PCI, PCI
Express, USB, Firewire, PC Card, Express Card, and / or the like. The network card can be a wired
network card (eg 10/100/1000, fiber optic), a wireless network card (eg Wi-Fi 802.11a / b / g /
n / ac / ad, Bluetooth, Near Field Communication (NFC) Wireless jet based on cellular protocols
such as transfer jets), modems (eg dial-up phone based, asymmetric digital subscriber line
(ADSL), cable modem, power line modem, high speed packet access (HSPA), advanced data
optimization (EV-DO), Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), Global Interoperability
for Microwave Access (WiMax), Long Term Evolution (LTE), and / or the like, Satellite Modem,
FM Radio Modem, Radio frequency It may be a numeric identification (RFID) modem, an infrared
(IR) modem), and / or the like. For example, the network card may be Intel EXPI9301CT, Intel
EXPI9402PT, LINKSYS USB300M, BUFFALO WLI-UC-G450, Rosewill RNX-MiniN1, TRENDnet
TEW-623PI, Rosewill RNX-N180UBE, ASUS USB-BT211, MOTOROLA SB6120, U.S. S. Robotics
USR5686G, Zoom 5697-00-00F, TRENDnet TPL-401E2K, D-Link DHP-W306AV, StarTech
ET91000SC, Broadcom BCM20791, Broadcom InConcert BCM4330, Broadcom BCM4360, LG
VL600, QualcommMDM9600, Toshiba TC35420 transfer jets It can be
The network device is discrete, external, embedded, integrated into the motherboard, and / or the
like. A network device may operate in combination with other network devices (eg, in parallel) to
provide improved data throughput, redundancy, and / or the like. For example, protocols such as
Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) based on the IEEE 802.3 AD-2000 or IEEE 802.1 AX2008 standard may be used. Utilizing network devices, local area networks (LANs), wide area
networks (WANs), urban area networks (MANs), personal area networks, the Internet, intranets,
Bluetooth networks, Bluetooth networks, NFC networks, Wi-Fi networks, cellular networks, and
And / or may be connected to the same.
[0097]
In some embodiments, the input / output device may include one or more peripheral devices
317. The processor may use one or more peripheral devices in accordance with program
instructions (eg, VHP program instructions) executed by the processor. In various
implementations, the peripheral device may be a digital camera, video camera, web camera,
electronically movable pan tilt zoom (PTZ) camera, monitor, touch screen display, active shutter
3D glasses, head tracking 3D glasses, remote control , Audio line-in, audio line-out, microphone,
headphone, speaker, subwoofer, router, hub, switch, firewall, antenna, keyboard, mouse, track
pad, track ball, tablet for digitizing, stylus, joystick, game pad, game Controller, force feedback
device, laser, sensor (for example, proximity sensor, range finder, ambient temperature sensor,
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ambient light sensor, humidity sensor, accelerometer, Gyroscope Motion sensor, olfactory sensor,
biosensor, chemical sensor, magnetometer, radar, sonar, position sensor (Global Positioning
System (GPS), Galileo, GLONASS, etc.), and / or the like, printer, fax, scanner , Copier, card reader,
and / or the like. Peripheral devices (PCI, PCI Express, USB, FireWire, VGA, DVI, Mini-DVI, MicroDVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, Thunderbolt, Composite Video, S-Video, Component Video, PC Card,
Express Card, serial port, parallel port, PS / 2, TS, TRS, RCA, TOSLINK, network connection (for
example, Ethernet, wired such as optical fiber, and / or the like, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, cellular
etc. It may be connected to the system bus via an interface such as wireless and / or the like), a
connector of another input / output device, and / or the like. Peripheral devices may be discrete,
external, embedded, integrated (e.g., processor, motherboard), and / or the like. Peripheral
devices may operate in combination with other peripheral devices (eg, in parallel) to provide VHP
regulators with various inputs, outputs, and processing functions.
[0098]
In some embodiments, the input / output device may include one or more storage devices 319.
The processor accesses the storage device, reads from it, writes to it, saves it, erases it, modifies
it, and / or the like, according to the program instructions (e.g. VHP program instructions)
executed by the processor be able to. The storage device may facilitate the processor to access
data (e.g., VHP data), store, retrieve, modify, delete, and / or the like of it. In one implementation,
the processor may directly access storage device data via the system bus. In another
implementation, the processor may access the data of the storage device by instructing the
storage device to transfer the data to the system memory and accessing the data of the system
memory. In various embodiments, the storage device may be a hard disk drive (HDD), a solid
state drive (SSD), a floppy disk using a diskette, an optical disk drive using an optical medium (eg,
a compact disk (CD-ROM) ) Drive, Recordable CD (CD-R) Drive, Rewritable CD (CD-RW) Drive,
Digital Versatile Disc (DVD-ROM) Drive, DVD-R Drive, DVD-RW Drive, Blu-ray Disc (BD) Drive ),
Magnetic tape drive using magnetic tape, memory card (for example, USB flash drive, compact
flash (CF) card, secure digital expansion capacity (SDXC) card), network connection storage
(NAS), direct connection Storage (DAS), storage area network (SAN), can be of other processorreadable physical media, and / or the like. Storage devices interface (PCI, PCI Express, USB,
Firewire, PC Card, Express Card, Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE), Serial Advanced Technology
Attachment (SATA), External SATA (eSATA), Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) , Serial
connection SCSI (SAS), Fiber Channel (FC), network connection (e.g., wired such as Ethernet, fiber
optic, and / or the like); Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, cellular, and / or the like , And / or the like, may
be connected to the system bus.
The storage device is discrete, external, embedded, integrated (e.g., on the motherboard, on the
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storage device), and / or the like. The storage device may operate in combination with other
storage devices and provide improved functionality, data throughput, data redundancy, and / or
the like. For example, a redundant array of independent disks (RAID) (eg RAID 0 (striping), RAID
1 (mirroring), RAID 5 (striping with distributed parity), hybrid RAID), simple disk bundle (JBOD),
and / or the like Protocols such as can be used. In another example, virtual and / or physical
drives may be pooled to create a storage pool. In yet another embodiment, SSD cache can be used
in HDD to improve speed.
[0099]
Together and / or separately, system memory 305 and one or more storage devices 319 may be
referred to as memory 320 (ie, physical memory).
[0100]
VHP memory 320 may include processor-operable (eg, accessible) VHP data store 330.
Data store 330 contains data that may be used (eg, by VHP) via the VHP regulator. Such data
may be databases (eg, relational databases with database tables, object oriented databases, graph
databases, hierarchical databases), flat files (eg, organized in a table format), binary files (eg, GIF
files, etc.) It may be organized using one or more data types such as MPEG-4 files), structured
files (e.g. HTML files, XML files), text files, and / or the like. Additionally, data may be organized
using one or more data structures such as arrays, queues, stacks, sets, linked lists, maps, trees,
hashes, records, objects, directed graphs, and / or the like. . In various embodiments, data storage
is optional (ie, using any number and configuration of data types, data structures, VHP regulator
elements, and / or the like) to facilitate VHP operation. Can be organized in a number fashion.
For example, the VHP data store may include data stores 330a-d implemented as one or more
databases. User data store 330a may be a collection of database tables including fields such as
user ID, username, user settings, user video, user social network, and / or the like. The client data
store 330b may be a collection of database tables including fields such as client ID, client name,
client device type, client screen resolution, and / or the like. The audio data store 330c may be a
set of database tables including fields such as voice ID, voice album, voice playlist, voice format,
voice quality, voice price, and / or the like. Video data store 330d may be a collection of database
tables including fields such as video ID, video title, video description, video resolution, video
effects, video sharing settings, and / or the like. VHP coordinator may use data store 330 to keep
track of inputs, parameters, settings, variables, records, outputs, and / or the like.
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[0101]
VHP memory 320 includes a processor operable (eg, executable) VHP component 340.
Component 340 is a program component (program instructions and any associated data)
executed (e.g., by VHP) by a VHP regulator (i.e., via a processor) to convert the VHP input to a
VHP output. (Including the store). The various components and their subcomponents, functions,
applications, and / or the like are used in any number of ways to facilitate VHP operation (ie, any
number and configuration of components, subcomponents It should be understood that the
components, functions, applications, VHP coordinator elements, and / or the like may be
organized). Further, it is understood that various components and their subcomponents,
functions, applications, and / or the like may be communicated between one another in any
number of ways to facilitate VHP operation. It should. For example, various components and their
subcomponents, functions, applications, and / or the like may be combined, integrated,
aggregated, partitioned in any number of ways to facilitate VHP operation. , Distributed, and / or
the like can be done. In another embodiment, the various components and their subcomponents,
functions, applications, and / or the like, single or multiple instances may be provided on each of
a single VHP coordinator node. It may be instantiated across VHP coordinator nodes and / or at
similar locations.
[0102]
In various embodiments, program components may be assembly language, Ada, BASIC, C, C ++, C
#, COBOL, Fortran, Java, LabVIEW, Lisp, Mathematica, MATLAB, OCaml, PL / I, Smalltalk, Visual
Basic for Applications (VBA), HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript (registered trademark), JavaScript
(registered trademark) Object Notation (JSON), PHP, Perl, Ruby, Python, Asynchronous JavaScript
(registered trademark) and XML (AJAX), Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), SSL, ColdFusion,
Microsoft. NET, Apache Module, Adobe Flash, Adobe AIR, Microsoft Silverlight, Windows
PowerShell, Batch File, Tcl, Graphical User Interface (GUI) Toolkit, SQL, Database Adapter, Web
Application Programming Interface (API), Application Server Extension, Integrated Development
Environment (IDE), library (eg object library, class library, remote library), remote procedure call
(RPC), common object request broker architecture (CORBA), and / or one or more other
programming Language, methods, tools, and / or the like It can be developed using.
[0103]
In some embodiments, component 340 may include operating environment component 340a.
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Operating environment components may facilitate the operation of the VHP through various
subcomponents.
[0104]
In some implementations, the operating environment component may include subcomponents of
the operating system. Operating system subcomponents use of various VHP coordinator
elements, components, data stores, and / or the like, communication between them, common
services for them, interaction with them, their security An abstraction layer may be provided to
facilitate and / or the like.
[0105]
In some embodiments, operating system subcomponents may facilitate execution of program
instructions (eg, VHP program instructions) by a processor by providing process management
functionality. For example, operating system subcomponents may facilitate use of multiple
processors, execution of multiple processes, multitasking, and / or the like.
[0106]
In some embodiments, operating system subcomponents may facilitate the use of memory by the
VHP. For example, operating system subcomponents and / or allocate and / or free memory,
facilitate memory addressing, provide memory partitioning and / or protection, provide virtual
memory functionality, facilitate caches And / or the same kind. In another embodiment, the
operating system subcomponent is a file system (e.g., file allocation) to facilitate storing,
retrieving, deleting, aggregating, processing, generating, and / or the like of data. Table (FAT),
New Technology File System (NTFS), Hierarchical File System Plus (HFS +), Universal Disk Format
(UDF), Linear Tape File System (LTFS)) may be included.
[0107]
In some embodiments, operating system subcomponents may facilitate the manipulation and / or
processing of data to and / or from input / output devices. For example, operating system
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subcomponents may include one or more device drivers, interrupt handlers, file systems, and / or
the like that allow interaction with input / output devices.
[0108]
In some embodiments, the operating system subcomponent may facilitate the operation of the
VHP coordinator as a node in a computer network by providing support for one or more
communication protocols. For example, the operating system subcomponent may be an internet
protocol suite of network protocols such as TCP, IP, User Datagram Protocol (UDP), Mobile IP,
and / or the like (i.e. Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol (TCP / IP). May include
support for IP)). In another example, the operating system subcomponent may include support
for security protocols for wireless computer networks (eg, Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP), Wi-Fi
Protected Access (WPA), WPA2). In yet another embodiment, the operating system
subcomponent may include support for a virtual private network (VPN).
[0109]
In some embodiments, operating system subcomponents may facilitate the security of the VHP
coordinator. For example, the operating system subcomponent may provide services such as
authentication, authorization, auditing, network intrusion detection functionality, firewall
functionality, antivirus functionality, and / or the like.
[0110]
In some embodiments, the operating system subcomponent may facilitate user interaction with
the VHP by providing user interface elements that may be used by the VHP to generate a user
interface. In one implementation, such user interface elements may include widgets (eg, windows,
dialog boxes, scroll bars, menu bars, etc.) that may be used to obtain input from the user and / or
provide output to the user. Tabs, Ribbons, Menus, Buttons, Text Boxes, Check Boxes, Combo
Boxes, Drop-down Lists, List Boxes, Radio Buttons, Sliders, Spinners, Grids, Labels, Progress
Indicators, Icons, Tooltips, and / or the like) Can be mentioned. For example, such widgets can be
found in Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), Apple Cocoa Touch, Java Swing, GTK +, Qt, Yahoo!
It may be used via a widget toolkit such as a user interface library (YUI), and / or the like. In
another implementation, such user interface elements are used to inform the user of the
occurrence of sounds (eg, event notification sounds stored in MP3 file format), animations,
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vibrations, and / or various events. May include the same kind of For example, operating system
subcomponents may include user interfaces such as Windows Aero, Mac OS X Aqua, GNOME
Shell, KDE Plasma Workspaces (eg, Plasma Desktop, Plasma Netbook, Plasma Contour, Plasma
Mobile), and / or the like. May be included.
[0111]
In various embodiments, the operating system subcomponents may be single-user operating
system, multi-user operating system, single-tasking operating system, multi-tasking operating
system, single-processor operating system, multi-processor operating system, distributed
operating system Embedded operating system, real time operating system, and / or the like. For
example, operating system subcomponents are UNIX, LINUX, IBM i, Sun Solaris, Microsoft
Windows Server, Microsoft DOS, Microsoft Windows 7, Apple Mac OS X, Apple iOS, Android,
Symbian, Windows Phone 7, Blackberry QNX, and / or Or an operating system such as the like.
[0112]
In some implementations, the operating environment component may include database
subcomponents. Database subcomponents may facilitate VHP functions such as data storage,
analysis, retrieval, access, modification, deletion, aggregation, generation, and / or the like (eg,
use of data store 330). Database subcomponents may use database language (eg, Structured
Query Language (SQL), XQuery), stored procedures, triggers, APIs, and / or the like to provide
these functions. In various embodiments, database subcomponents may include cloud databases,
data warehouses, distributed databases, embedded databases, parallel databases, real time
databases, and / or the like. For example, database subcomponents may include databases such
as Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, MySQL, IBM DB2, Oracle Database, and / or the like.
[0113]
In some implementations, operating environment components may include information
processing subcomponents. The information processing subcomponent may provide a VHP
having functions for providing, distributing, uploading, acquiring, downloading, and / or the like,
various information. A hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) to handle communication of
information such as web pages, files, multimedia content (eg, streaming media), applications, and
/ or the like, with information processing subcomponents. Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure
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(HTTPS), File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Telnet, Secure Shell (SSH), Transport Layer Security (TLS),
Secure Socket Layer (SSL), Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Protocol (eg Bit Torrent Protocols such as) and / or
the like may be used.
[0114]
In some embodiments, the information processing subcomponent may facilitate provision of
information to a user, VHP component, node in a computer network, web browser, and / or the
like. For example, the information processing subcomponent may include a web server such as
Apache HTTP Server, Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS), Oracle WebLogic Server,
Adobe Flash Media Server, Adobe Content Server, and / or the like. Additionally, the web server
may include extensions, plug-ins, add-ons, servlets, and / or the like. For example, these may
include Apache modules, IIS extensions, Java servlets, and / or the like. In some implementations,
the information processing subcomponents include Open Database Connectivity (ODBC), Java
Database Connectivity (JDBC), ActiveX Data Objects for. It may communicate with database
subcomponents via standards such as NET (ADO.NET), and / or the like. For example, the
information processing subcomponent may store, analyze, retrieve, access, modify, delete,
aggregate, generate, and / or the like data (eg, data from data store 330) via database
subcomponents. Use such a standard to do things.
[0115]
In some embodiments, the information processing subcomponent may facilitate presentation of
information obtained from the user, the VHP component, the node in a computer network, a web
server, and / or the like. For example, the information processing subcomponent may include a
web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Google Chrome,
Opera Mobile, Amazon Silk, Nintendo 3DS Internet Browser, and / or the like. Additionally, the
web browser may include extensions, plug-ins, add-ons, applets, and / or the like. For example,
these may include Adobe Flash player, Adobe Acrobat plug-in, Microsoft Silverlight plug-in,
Microsoft Office plug-in, Java plug-in, and / or the like.
[0116]
In some implementations, the operating environment component may include messaging
subcomponents. The messaging subcomponent may facilitate VHP messaging functions. The
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messaging subcomponents include Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), Internet Message
Access Protocol (IMAP), Post Office Protocol (POP), Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol
(XMPP), real-time transport to facilitate VHP messaging. Use protocols such as Protocol (RTP),
Internet Relay Chat (IRC), Skype Protocol, AOL's Open System for Communication in Realtime
(OSCAR), Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI), Facebook API, and / or the like
It can. The messaging subcomponents may facilitate message communication such as email,
instant messaging, voice over IP (VoIP), video conferencing, short messaging service (SMS), web
chat, and / or the like. For example, messaging subcomponents are: Microsoft Exchange Server,
Microsoft Outlook, Sendmail, IBM LotusDomino, Gmail, AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), Yahoo
Messenger, ICQ, Trillian, Skype, Google Talk, Google Talk, Apple FaceTime, Apple iChat, Facebook
Chat And / or the like.
[0117]
In some implementations, the operating environment component may include security
subcomponents that facilitate VHP security. In some embodiments, the security subcomponent
includes: VHP, one or more services provided by VHP, data associated with VHP (eg, stored in
data store 330), communication messages associated with VHP, Access to and / or the like may
be restricted to authorized users. Access can be granted via the login screen, via an API for
obtaining authentication information, via an authentication token, and / or the like. For example,
the user may enter a username and / or password (eg, a string, an image password), a personal
identification number (PIN), an identification card, a magnetic stripe card, a smart card, a
biometric identifier (eg, a fingerprint, voiceprint, retina scan Access may be obtained by
providing a face scan, a gesture (eg, a swipe), a media access control (MAC) address, an IP
address, and / or the like. Access may be controlled using various security models such as access
control lists (ACLs), feature based security, hierarchical protection domains, and / or the like. For
example, security subcomponents may facilitate digital rights management (DRM), network
intrusion detection, firewall functionality, and / or the like.
[0118]
In some embodiments, security subcomponents may use information encryption techniques (eg,
by storing encrypted data) by facilitating the encryption and / or decryption of the data. , May
verify message authentication (eg, via digital signatures), provide integrity checks (eg,
checksums), and / or the like. In addition, steganographic techniques may be used in place of or
in combination with encryption techniques. The VHP encryption technology includes symmetric
key cryptography using a shared key (eg, one or more block ciphers such as Triple Data
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Encryption Standard (DES), Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), etc .; Revest Cipher 4 (RC 4),
etc. Key encryption using public key / private key pairs (using algorithms such as Libest-ShamirAdelman (RSA), Digital Signature Algorithm (DSA), etc.) using , A cryptographic hash function (eg,
using an algorithm such as message digest 5 (MD5), secure hash algorithm 2 (SHA-2), etc.), and /
or the like. For example, the security subcomponent may include an encryption system such as
Pretty Good Privacy (PGP).
[0119]
In some implementations, operating environment components may include virtualization
subcomponents that facilitate VHP virtualization functionality. In some embodiments,
virtualization subcomponents may provide support for platform virtualization (eg, via a
virtualization machine). Platform virtualization types may include full virtualization, partial
virtualization, paravirtualization, and / or the like. In some implementations, platform
virtualization may be hardware assisted (eg, via support from a processor using techniques such
as AMD-V, Intel VT-x, and / or the like) . In some embodiments, virtualization subcomponents
may be via operating system level virtualization, desktop virtualization, workspace virtualization,
mobile virtualization, application virtualization, database virtualization, and / or the like. May
provide support for various other virtualized environments. In some embodiments, virtualization
subcomponents support for various virtualization resources, such as through memory
virtualization, storage virtualization, data virtualization, network virtualization, and / or the like.
Can be provided. For example, virtualization subcomponents can be VMware software suites (eg,
VMware server, VMware Workstation, VMware player, VMware ESX, VMware ESXi, VMware
Thin app, VMware Infrastructure), Parallels software suites (eg, Parallels server, Parallels
Workstation, Parallels Desktop, Parallels Mobile, Parallels Virtuozzo Containers), Oracle software
suite (eg OracleVM server for SPARC, Oracle VM server for x86, Oracle VM VirtualBox, Or acle
Solaris 10, Oracle Solaris 11), Informatica Data Services, Wine, and / or the like.
[0120]
In some embodiments, component 340 may include user interface component 340b. The user
interface component may facilitate user interaction with the VHP by providing a user interface.
In various implementations, the user interface components may include physical controls (eg,
physical buttons, switches, knobs, wheels, dials), text user interfaces, voice user interfaces, GUIs,
voice recognition, gesture recognition, touch and Program instructions may be included to obtain
input from the user and / or provide output to the user via a multi-touch user interface,
messages, APIs, and / or the like. In some implementations, the user interface component may
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use the user interface element provided by the operating system subcomponent of the operating
environment component. For example, the user interface component may use the user interface
element of the operating system subcomponent via the widget toolkit. In some implementations,
the user interface component may use the information presentation functionality provided by the
information processing subcomponent of the operating environment component. For example,
the user interface component may use a web browser to provide a user interface via HTML5,
Adobe Flash, Microsoft Silverlight, and / or the like.
[0121]
In some embodiments, component 340 may include any of component WVS 340c described in
more detail in the preceding figures.
[0122]
Video headphone comprising at least one camera First video camera being in or forming part of a
first headphone unit, and second being inside or being part of a second headphone unit A video
headphone comprising: a video headphone including: a first headphone unit and a second
headphone unit connected by a headband.
The headphone unit may comprise organic material (e.g. wood). The headband can be primarily
metal. The video cameras may be independently rotatable on their respective headphone units.
The video cameras may be independently rotatable about a common rotational axis on their
respective headphone units. Video cameras may be rotatable, but they may resist rotation
strongly. The headphone unit can be colored. The headphone unit can be vividly colored. FIG. 21
shows an example of two different perspective views of a video headphone. FIG. 70 shows an
example of a video headphone. FIG. 30 (A) shows an example of a video headphone that includes
a video camera on a cup on which each of two headphone units can be rotated.
[0123]
A video headphone including a first video camera in or forming a portion of a first headphone
unit and a second video camera in or forming a portion of a second headphone unit A video
headphone is provided, comprising a third camera, wherein the first headphone unit and the
second headphone unit are connected by a headband, and the first headphone unit is rotatable
relative to the first camera. Ru. The third camera may be rotatable about an axis between the first
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headphone unit and the second headphone unit. The headphone unit may comprise organic
material (e.g. wood). The headband can be primarily metal. The video cameras may be
independently rotatable on their respective headphone units. The first and second video cameras
may be fixed on their respective headphone units. The video cameras may be independently
rotatable about a common rotational axis on their respective headphone units. Video cameras
may be rotatable, but they may resist rotation strongly. The headphone unit can be colored. The
headphone unit can be vividly colored. FIG. 69 shows an example of a perspective view of a video
headphone.
[0124]
A headphone is provided having three cameras (eg, 9 o'clock, 3 o'clock, rotation only) that can
capture panoramic video / images. FIG. 69 shows an example of a perspective view of a video
headphone.
[0125]
The headphone unit of the video headphone may include a rotatable portion. The rotation axis
may be from the first headphone unit of the video headphones to the second headphone unit.
FIG. 22A shows a disassembled image of the rotatable part of the headphone unit and the fixed
part of the headphone unit. The subassembly portion of the headphone unit may include a
camera and a housing for the camera. The camera may be mounted on a screw adjuster such that
turning the screw linearly translates the camera within the adjustment range. FIG. 22 (B) shows a
camera mounted on a screw adjuster and an exploded image of a housing that linearly translates
the camera within the adjustment range by turning the screw in it.
[0126]
The headphone unit of the video headphone may include a rotatable portion including an
integrally mounted camera. The rotation axis may be from the first headphone unit of the video
headphones to the second headphone unit. FIG. 23A shows a disassembled image of the rotatable
part of the headphone unit including the integrally mounted camera and the fixed part of the
headphone unit. The headphone unit may include an opening in which the rotatable camera
provides a fixed opening in a preselected direction. For example, there may be a first opening for
looking forward and a second opening for looking backward. Such a direction is suitable for
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storing the camera when it is not used, as it prevents the camera lens surface from scratching if
the camera is rotated in a direction that can not be seen through the opening. FIG. 23B shows an
embodiment of the opening.
[0127]
The headphone unit of the video headphone may include a linearly translatable camera. One
example is shown in FIG. 24 (A). The headphone unit of the video headphone may include a
rotatable camera, which may look through an opening fixed in the headphone unit. One example
is shown in FIG. 24 (B). The headphone unit of the video headphone can include a rotatable
camera, which can be panned in any direction within a 360 degree range of rotation. One
example is shown in FIG. 24 (C).
[0128]
A video headphone may be provided, the video headphone including a headband, and a slidable
camera module and a plurality of socket modules configured to receive a slidable camera on the
headband. One example is shown in FIG. 25 (A). One embodiment of a fixed socket module is
shown in FIG. 25 (B). The camera module may allow rotation of the camera so that it points in a
forward or backward orientation. One example is shown in FIG. 25 (C). The camera module may
be freely slidable on the headband, or it may firmly resist sliding on the headband but still be
slidable on the headband. One example is shown in FIG. 25 (D). The camera module may be
clickable attachable to the socket module. One example is shown in FIG. 25 (E).
[0129]
A video headphone may be provided, the video headphone including a headband, and a slidable
camera module and a plurality of socket modules configured to receive a slidable camera on the
headband. The camera module may allow rotation of the camera so that it points in a forward or
backward orientation. One example is shown in FIG. 31 (A). The camera module may be freely
slidable on the headband, or it may firmly resist sliding on the headband but still be slidable on
the headband. One example is shown in FIG. 31 (B). An example of a fixed socket module is
shown in FIG. 31 (C). The camera module may be clickable attachable to the socket module. One
example is shown in FIG. 31 (D).
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[0130]
Video headphones may be provided in which the left headphone cup and the right headphone
cup are not symmetrical to one another. For example, this may be because certain functions of
the video headphones are performed in one cup and not replicated in the other cup. The left
headphone cup is Bluetooth, Wifi module, processor, circuit board, microphone, camera lens, HD
camera module with onboard video encoding, external memory socket (eg for micro SD card),
power supply, separate video data source, It may include a separate audio source, and a USB
connector socket. One example is shown in FIG. 26 (A). The right headphone cup may include a
microphone, a camera lens, an HD camera module with onboard video encoding, a power supply,
a battery, a battery management system, a video data output line, and an audio data output line.
One example is shown in FIG. 26 (B).
[0131]
Video headphones may be provided wherein each headphone cup may include a rotating cup
assembly. The rotating cup assembly may include a cup, a hub, a circuit board, an audio driver,
and padding suitable for contacting a video headphone's ear. The cup may rotate around its main
axis relative to the hub. The cable can pass through the center of the rotation axis. One example
is shown in FIG. 26 (C).
[0132]
The headphone unit may include an ambient light sensor. The headphone unit may include a
camera. The headphone unit may include a main audio output jack. The headphone unit may
include a second audio output jack for sharing. One embodiment is shown in FIG.
[0133]
A video headphone may be provided, the video headphone including a headband, and a slidable
camera module and a plurality of socket modules configured to receive a slidable camera on the
headband, the video being provided The headphones comprise headphone units each having a
video camera on a rotatable cup. One example is shown in FIG. 30 (A). One embodiment of a
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video camera socket module is shown in FIG. 30 (B). A video camera may be provided on the
rotatable cup. One example is shown in FIG. 30 (C).
[0134]
A mobile device (e.g., a mobile phone) connectable to video headphones is provided, and a light
emitting recording indicator is further provided that is insertable into a socket of the mobile
device, the light emitting recording indicator when the mobile device records video data And the
mobile device is configured to illuminate the light emission recording indicator. The light
emission recording indicator may change its color based on the sensed ambient color of the
recorded video. A light emitting recording indicator may form part of a lead or antenna from
which video signals are received by the mobile device from video headphones. The mobile device
can be an iphone. One embodiment is shown in FIG.
[0135]
Provided are video headphones that may be capable of wired, lightning, Bluetooth, and Near Field
Communication (NFC) video transfer. A mobile device is provided in communication with the
video headphones, and the mobile device may be connected with a light emitting wired connector
that emits light when recording to alert a person in an area where recording is on. The wired
connector may have Universal Serial Bus (USB) on the Go (OTG), and the 9-pin and Lightning
connector terminates for both iphone and android. An example of a light emitting wired
connector is shown in FIG.
[0136]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a
smartphone). The mobile device may be operable to make video data requests to video
headphones via a connection, which may be wired or wireless. The video headphones may be
configured to respond to the request to provide video data to the mobile device. The mobile
device may be configured to request the third party device to share video content on the mobile
device with the third party device. The mobile device may be configured to receive responses and
/ or comments related to video content shared with a third party device. The mobile device may
be configured to receive a request to initiate video recording, for example, from a third party
device connected with the mobile device that initiates video recording via the user interface of
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the mobile device or on video headphones . The mobile device may be configured to provide an
output of the live comment received on the video data, for example to the user interface of the
device or to a third party device connected to the mobile device. The mobile device may be
configured to receive comments in response to the provided output of the live comment received
on video data, eg, these responses connect to the device's user interface or to the mobile device
Received from third party devices. One embodiment is shown in FIG.
[0137]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a
smartphone). The mobile device may be operable to make audio data requests to the video
headphones via a connection, which may be wired or wireless. The video headphones may be
configured to respond to the request to provide audio data to the mobile device. The mobile
device may be configured to play an audible translation for playback on video headphones. The
mobile device is configured to receive an audible translation request, for example to initiate the
translation of the mobile device's audio file, eg via the mobile device's user interface or from a
third party device connected with the mobile device obtain. The mobile device receives a
translation initiation input selection, eg initiating translation of the selected audio file on the
mobile device, via the mobile device's user interface or from a third party device connected with
the mobile device Can be configured as follows. The mobile device may, for example, be
configured to provide an on-screen display of the response to the translation request to the user
interface of the device or to a third party device connected with the mobile device. The mobile
device may be configured to send to the server connected with the mobile device, for example, a
translation data request including the audio file to be translated and the specified output
language. The mobile device may be configured to receive the translation data response from the
server in response to the request. One embodiment is shown in FIG.
[0138]
There may be a mobile device (e.g., mobile phone) interface that allows the user to select normal
frames (e.g., 3: 4 aspect ratio) from panoramic video. There may be automatic panoramic video
framing based on moving objects. For example, when a person passes from left to right, it is
possible to construct a panoramic video of the person and create a standard video with a 3: 4
aspect ratio, which appears as a camera turning from left to right.
[0139]
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In one embodiment, three fully separated cameras of video headphones are provided, the first
camera on the first headphone unit and the second video camera on the second headphone unit,
Three video cameras are on the headband of video headphones. Video images from the three
cameras can be spliced together or edited. The images joined or edited together may, for
example, provide an image of constant radius, for example an image of variable radius. The
camera may detect movement of the object. One embodiment is shown in FIG.
[0140]
For example, three well separated cameras are provided on the headband of video headphones.
Video images from the three cameras can be spliced together or edited. The images joined or
edited together may, for example, provide an image of constant radius, for example an image of
variable radius. The camera may detect movement of the object. One embodiment is shown in
FIG.
[0141]
In one embodiment, headphones having an accelerometer / gyro sensor are provided to
determine camera movement for video stabilization.
[0142]
In one embodiment, a bedphone with an ambient light / color sensor is provided (in one
embodiment using a camera for this purpose to determine the intermediate ambient color and to
propose music corresponding to the context information better) can do).
One embodiment of a headphone unit including an ambient light sensor is shown in FIG.
[0143]
In one embodiment, a bed phone is provided having several microphones that can select spatial
sound sources in an environment for music recognition / sound recording. In one embodiment,
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headphones are provided with accessories for capturing brain waves to improve music
suggestions and / or control recording.
[0144]
In one embodiment, headphones are provided with wireless video transmission by Bluetooth (for
example, this is preferred over wifi since the user's Internet connection is never disconnected).
Video h. It can be compressed to H.264 format and transmitted to the phone. There are two
exemplary cases: In one embodiment, the Bluetooth bandwidth is sufficient so that the video is
transmitted on the fly. In another embodiment, the bandwidth is not sufficient. If the bandwidth
is not sufficient, real-time low-resolution viewfinder video may be transmitted, and after
recording is completed, high-resolution video may be transmitted asynchronously in the
background of the phone.
[0145]
In one embodiment, a headphone is provided having an audio input in the case of an empty
battery, or an audio jack that could be used for audio output to share music with another person.
One embodiment of a headphone unit having a second audio output jack for sharing is shown in
FIG.
[0146]
In one embodiment, a headphone is provided having a sensor that detects whether the
headphone is overhead, in order to stop / resume music playback according to whether the
headphone is above the user's head.
[0147]
In one embodiment, for example, headphones are provided having a loudspeaker option to share
music at a party.
[0148]
In one embodiment, a headphone is provided that records video images and automatically uses
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the music listening on the headphones as a video sound track.
With respect to video headphones, there is an additional feature that automatically uses the
music the user is actually listening as a video soundtrack.
[0149]
To provide high quality video in video recording, where the audio track is a pre-recorded audio
file, the following may be implemented.
The real time viewfinder may be provided with low resolution image output and high frame rate
output. Supersampling may be provided on a connected mobile device (eg, a mobile phone) to
increase (eg, double) the frame rate. An asynchronous full resolution video transfer from the
camera containing device may be provided after the video capture is complete. When the user
presses the record button, only view finder data is transferred from the camera-containing device
to a wirelessly connected mobile device (eg, a mobile phone) due to wireless (eg, Bluetooth)
bandwidth limitations.
[0150]
When the user presses the stop recording button, transfer of the captured full resolution video
may be initiated. During full resolution video transfer, the user may edit the video using the
preview quality image output. One advantage is that editing video with preview quality image
output is much faster than waiting for the final video transfer. The user should not necessarily
have to wait for the final video transfer. As soon as the user finishes editing, and while the full
resolution video is being transferred to the mobile device (eg mobile phone), the editing software
takes the same action (action suggested by the edit) to full resolution video Will apply to Motion
sensor information may be either on a connected mobile device (e.g. mobile phone) or on the
cloud side or server side to save power of headphones and / or mobile devices (e.g. mobile
phone) By applying accurate video stabilization, it can be used to improve the video recorded on
the headphone side. Panoramic video can be captured using one or more cameras on
headphones. The user may select non-panoramic frames from the panorama. Software (e.g., on a
mobile device or mobile phone connected to headphones) can automatically track moving objects
in the panorama and cut out the panorama into standard frames.
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[0151]
High quality stereo music playback is characterized by playing back audio frequencies in the
human audio frequency range of about 20 Hz to about 20 kHz. Specifically, lower quality stereo
music playback is often characterized by the inability to play at lower frequencies, specifically in
the frequency range of about 20 Hz to about 50 Hz. Small loudspeakers are loudspeakers
suitable for use on headphones.
[0152]
Mobile devices (eg, connected to video headphones and video headphones, running applications,
allowing users to record and edit videos for sharing in their community and mix the user's music)
Systems are provided. Users, for example, record videos, edit their music playlists, change video
effects, add video titles, and use their headphones and mobile applications running on mobile
devices It can be shared by the community. Headphones may provide disc jockey (DJ) audio
quality. While the headphones may allow the user to record life from their own point of view
(POV) and pivot each video camera equipped with a headphone cup for forward & backward POV
display, the mobile app allows the user to video and It may be possible to edit the sound like a
pro. Users can edit their own music sound track and share the social media platform of their
choice. The system is a premium headphone innovation that provides a deeper level of
engagement and connection for consumers through video capture and sharing capabilities. The
system opens the door for beginners to take part in the headphone revolution, in a sleek, stylish
style that can be easily adopted. The system provides access to share the love of music and video
on their social networks based on the experience of one of the video headphone consumers.
[0153]
A first housing defining a first interior space, and a first loudspeaker disposed at least partially
within the first interior space and integrated with the first enclosure; A second housing defining a
second internal space, a second loudspeaker disposed at least partially within the second internal
space and integrated with the second housing A second earphone assembly including: an image
capture device including a camera integrated with the first earphone assembly; each configured
to receive an audio signal from at least one of two independent audio sources An audio input
connection; an audio output configured to provide an audio signal from the audio input
connection to the first and second loudspeakers, the head-mounted device being a first of the
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audio sources; With the second one of the audio source Is configured to allow switching between
the image capture device is configured to operate at the same time as any one of the audio
source, the head-mounted device is provided. At the same time as the selected audio source, an
on / off switch to start and end the video image may be provided. Because the device may have at
least two audio sources (microphone and music player), the multi-mode switching feature is
useful for the device. Switching on / off and switching to change the audio source present in the
headphones may be useful for the wireless version.
[0154]
Video headphones can be provided in at least three modes: no audio, a microphone as an audio
source that is played simultaneously with video, a player as an audio source that is played
simultaneously with video recording. The fourth mode may be the microphone and player as an
audio source that is played simultaneously with the video once it is captured. The user may be
able to switch between these modes.
[0155]
User Interface Aspect A mobile device (eg, a mobile phone) connectable to video headphones is
provided.
[0156]
When the video headphones are connected with the mobile device, a user interface may be
provided on the screen (eg, touch screen) of the mobile device where the user can control the
actions of the video headphones.
The connection may be a wired connection. The connection may be a wireless connection. The
user interface screen of the mobile device may provide selectable (eg, touch screen selectable)
options to initiate video recording on video headphones when selected by the user. The user
interface screen of the mobile device may provide selectable (eg, touch screen selectable) options
to provide live video from video headphones when selected by the user. The mobile device user
interface screen may provide selectable (e.g., touch screen selectable) options to provide import
of video files from video headphones. An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
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[0157]
A user interface may be provided on a screen (eg, a touch screen) of a mobile device where the
user may invite friends to display a live video feed from video headphones. A friend's email
address to which an invitation should be sent may be entered into a window on the screen.
Selectable options may be provided for the invitation to send to all followers of the mobile device
user who is a personal mobile device. Selectable options may be provided for the invitation to
send to all friends of the user of the mobile device, which is a personal mobile device. The
invitation may include the title entered. The invitation may include an explanation entered.
Selectable options may be provided to enable public viewing of live feeds. Selectable options may
be provided to initiate live feed recording. One example of a related user interface screen is
shown in FIG.
[0158]
A user interface may be provided on a screen (eg, a touch screen) of a mobile device where the
user may invite friends to display a live video feed from video headphones. When the live video
feed is active, a configuration screen may be provided. The screen may be configured to show the
duration of the previous live video feed. The screen may be configured to indicate the number of
live viewers of the live video feed. The screen may be configured to provide live user comments
associated with the live video feed. The live user's comment may include a hashtag and a
username. The screen may be configured to provide an area for constructing a reply to the
comment received in connection with the live video feed. The screen may be configured to
provide selectable options to stop the live video feed. An exemplary user interface screen is
shown in FIG.
[0159]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a
smartphone). The mobile device may be operable to make audio data requests to the video
headphones via a connection, which may be wired or wireless. The video headphones may be
configured to respond to the request to provide audio data to the mobile device. The mobile
device user interface screen may provide a selectable microphone for detecting speech. The
selectable microphone may be on the video headphones. The selectable microphone may be on
the mobile device. A user interface screen on the mobile device may provide a selection of media
to translate. The selectable medium may be voice for translation. The selectable medium may be,
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for example, video, such that writing of the video feed may be translated. The mobile device's
user interface screen provides that an input medium has been detected and provides relevant
translation options. For example, translation options may be provided to translate speech. For
example, translation options for translating a video may be provided, such as, for example, the
writing of a video feed may be translated. One example of a related user interface screen is
shown in FIG.
[0160]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a
smartphone). The mobile device may be operable to make audio data requests to the video
headphones via a connection, which may be wired or wireless. The video headphones may be
configured to respond to the request to provide audio data to the mobile device from an audio
file or from an audio input obtained from a microphone of the video headphones. The mobile
device user interface screen may provide translation of text from the selectable or detected
language to the selectable language. The text to be translated may be obtained by speech
recognition from an input speech source or by text recognition from a video image or video
stream. Translated text may be displayed on the screen. The screen may include selectable
options such that the translated text is provided as an audio output, for example, on a mobile
device or on video headphones. An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0161]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a
smartphone). The screen of the mobile device may indicate when the mobile device is not
connected with the video headphones. An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0162]
A mobile device provided with a system comprising video headphones connectable to a mobile
device (e.g. a smart phone) is connectable to a server which may be a real server or a virtual
server. A mobile device screen may be provided to enter a username and password for an
account hosted on the server, the account providing storage on server media recorded on video
headphones, the mobile device It is transmitted to the server via The user interface screen of the
mobile device may provide user input of a username or email address acting as a username, and
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a password for use in the account. A selectable option of storing login information may be
provided. A login selectable icon may be provided. An icon can be provided that allows the
selection of creating a new account. A selectable icon may be provided to sign in to Facebook. A
selectable icon may be provided to sign in to Twitter. A selectable icon may be provided to view
the demo. An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0163]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a smart
phone), which is connectable to a server that may be a real server or a virtual server. A screen of
the mobile device may be provided to enter a username and password for a new account hosted
on the server, the account providing storage on server media recorded on video headphones, the
mobile It is transmitted to the server via the device. The mobile device user interface screen may
provide user input of a username, email address, and password for use with the account.
Selectable icons, eg, "Create Account" icons, may be provided to the user to confirm the
username, email address, and password when desired for the user. The selectable option may
provide the user's email address to receive notifications from the server. An exemplary user
interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0164]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a smart
phone), which is connectable to a server that may be a real server or a virtual server. A screen of
the mobile device is provided to manage the video associated with the user account on the
server. The screen of the mobile device may show the user's username. The user's brief bio /
description may be displayed limited to, for example, 140 characters at a time. The screen of the
mobile device may indicate the number of videos associated with the account. The screen of the
mobile device may indicate the number of accounts followed by the user account. The screen of
the mobile device may display screen shots and titles associated with a single video of a
selectable user account for playback on the mobile device. The screen of the mobile device may
display screen shots and titles associated with each of a plurality of videos of user accounts
selectable for playback on the mobile device. The screen may provide selectable icons for
displaying a list of featured videos. The screen may provide selectable icons for providing a live
video feed. The screen may provide selectable icons for discovering new videos. The screen may
provide selectable icons for displaying a detailed profile of the user. Selectable configuration
icons may be provided. An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
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[0165]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a smart
phone), which is connectable to a server that may be a real server or a virtual server. A screen of
the mobile device may be provided to display the followers associated with the user account on
the server. The screen of the mobile device may show the user's username. The user's brief bio /
description may be displayed limited to, for example, 140 characters at a time. The screen of the
mobile device may indicate the number of videos associated with the account. The screen of the
mobile device may indicate the number of accounts followed by the user account. The screen of
the mobile device may provide multiple usernames and their associated icons for followers of the
user account. The screen may provide selectable icons for displaying a list of featured videos. The
screen may provide selectable icons for providing a live video feed. The screen may provide
selectable icons for discovering new videos. The screen may provide selectable icons for
displaying a detailed profile of the user. Selectable configuration icons may be provided. An
exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0166]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a smart
phone), which is connectable to a server that may be a real server or a virtual server. A screen of
the mobile device may be provided to display potential friends to be associated with the user
account on the server. The screen of the mobile device may show the user's username. The user's
brief bio / description may be displayed limited to, for example, 140 characters at a time. The
screen of the mobile device may indicate the number of videos associated with the account. The
screen of the mobile device may indicate the number of accounts followed by the user account.
The screen may provide selectable icons for displaying a list of featured videos. The screen may
provide selectable icons for providing a live video feed. The screen may provide selectable icons
for discovering new videos. The screen may provide selectable icons for displaying a detailed
profile of the user. Selectable configuration icons may be provided. The screen of the mobile
device may provide selectable icons to invite friends to be associated with the user account.
When selecting the invite friend icon, an input screen may be provided to specify an email
address to which to send an invitation to join the community of the user who is the "friend" of the
account. An icon can be provided on the email input screen that allows the selection of an
invitation to send. Selectable icons may be provided for sharing invitations on social networks.
Selectable icons may be provided to share the invitation on a predefined social network. An
example of a related user interface screen is shown in FIG.
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[0167]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a smart
phone), which is connectable to a server that may be a real server or a virtual server. A screen of
the mobile device may be provided to select settings associated with the user account on the
server. The selectable setting may be to edit the user profile. The selectable settings may be to
select social settings. The selectable setting may be to select a notification. The selectable settings
may be to select privacy settings. The selectable settings may be to select settings related to the
help center. The selectable setting may be to provide an evaluation of the application running on
the mobile device providing the user interface screen and the associated function. A logout
button may be provided. An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0168]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a smart
phone), which is connectable to a server that may be a real server or a virtual server. A screen of
the mobile device may be provided to display the trend of the video on the server. The screen of
the mobile device may display screen shots, usernames, and titles associated with each of the
plurality of videos trending on the server that are selectable for playback on the mobile device.
Trends may be filterable using selectable options on the screen. For example, trend videos may
be filterable by region, age group (e.g., children, teens, adults) or by selectable categories. The
screen may provide selectable icons for displaying a list of featured videos. The screen may
provide selectable icons for providing a live video feed. The screen may provide selectable icons
for discovering new videos. The screen may provide selectable icons for displaying a detailed
profile of the user. Selectable configuration icons may be provided. An exemplary user interface
screen is shown in FIG.
[0169]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a smart
phone), which is connectable to a server that may be a real server or a virtual server. A screen of
the mobile device may be provided to display popular videos on the server. The screen of the
mobile device may display screen shots, usernames, and titles associated with each of a plurality
of popular videos on the server that are selectable for playback on the mobile device. Popular
videos may be filterable using options selectable on the screen. For example, popular videos may
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be filterable by region, age group (e.g., children, teens, adults) or by selectable categories. The
screen may provide selectable icons for displaying a list of featured videos. The screen may
provide selectable icons for providing a live video feed. The screen may provide selectable icons
for discovering new videos. The screen may provide selectable icons for displaying a detailed
profile of the user. Selectable configuration icons may be provided. An exemplary user interface
screen is shown in FIG.
[0170]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a smart
phone), which is connectable to a server that may be a real server or a virtual server. A screen of
the mobile device may be provided to display the latest video on the server. The screen of the
mobile device may display screen shots, usernames, and titles associated with each of the
plurality of videos, which may be the latest video on the server that is selectable for playback on
the mobile device. The latest video may be filterable using selectable options on the screen. For
example, the latest video may be filterable by region, age group (eg, children, teens, adults) or by
selectable categories. The screen may provide selectable icons for displaying a list of featured
videos. The screen may provide selectable icons for providing a live video feed. The screen may
provide selectable icons for discovering new videos. The screen may provide selectable icons for
displaying a detailed profile of the user. Selectable configuration icons may be provided. An
exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0171]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a smart
phone), which is connectable to a server that may be a real server or a virtual server. A screen of
the mobile device may be provided to display the featured video stored on the server. The screen
of the mobile device may display screen shots, usernames, and titles associated with the featured
video on the server that are selectable for playback on the mobile device. The screen of the
mobile device may display a description associated with the featured video on the server. The
screen of the mobile device may display selectable options for entry of comments related to the
featured video. The screen of the mobile device may display selectable options to indicate the
strong preference of the featured video. The screen of the mobile device may display selectable
options for displaying or joining a community of users associated with the featured video. One or
more user reviews of the featured video may be displayed on the screen. The screen may provide
selectable icons for displaying a list of featured videos. The screen may provide selectable icons
for providing a live video feed. The screen may provide selectable icons for discovering new
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videos. The screen may provide selectable icons for displaying a detailed profile of the user.
Selectable configuration icons may be provided. An exemplary user interface screen is shown in
FIG.
[0172]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a smart
phone), which is connectable to a server that may be a real server or a virtual server. A screen of
the mobile device may be provided to display the trend of live video stored on the server. The
screen of the mobile device may display screen shots, usernames, and titles associated with each
of the plurality of videos that are live and trending on the server and selectable for display on the
mobile device. Trends may be filterable using selectable options on the screen. For example,
trend videos may be filterable by region, age group (e.g., children, teens, adults) or by selectable
categories. The screen may provide selectable icons for displaying a list of featured videos. The
screen may provide selectable icons for providing a live video feed. The screen may provide
selectable icons for discovering new videos. The screen may provide selectable icons for
displaying a detailed profile of the user. Selectable configuration icons may be provided. An
exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0173]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (eg, a smart
phone), which is connectable to a server that may be a real server or a virtual server. A screen of
the mobile device may be provided to discover videos stored on the server. The screen of the
mobile device may display selectable options for discovering videos on the server for categories
such as people, recommendations, regions, most shared, or for recently retrieved hashtags. The
screen may provide selectable icons for displaying a list of featured videos. The screen may
provide selectable icons for providing a live video feed. The screen may provide selectable icons
for discovering new videos. The screen may provide selectable icons for displaying a detailed
profile of the user. Selectable configuration icons may be provided. An exemplary user interface
screen is shown in FIG.
[0174]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
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headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. The connection may be a wired connection. The
connection may be a wireless connection. The user interface screen of the mobile device may
provide selectable (eg, touch screen selectable) options to initiate video recording on video
headphones when selected by the user. The user interface screen of the mobile device may
provide selectable (e.g., touch screen selectable) options to provide import of video film from
video headphones upon selection by the user. The mobile device user interface screen may
provide selectable (eg, touch screen selectable) options to provide playback of video from a
gallery of video stored on the mobile device when selected by the user. An exemplary user
interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0175]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. The connection may be a wired connection. The
connection may be a wireless connection. The user interface screen of the mobile device may
provide selectable (eg, touch screen selectable) options for selecting a camera or camera to be
used for video recording when selected by the user. A selectable option may be to use a specific
camera of video headphones for video recording. A selectable option may be to use two cameras
of video headphones for video recording. The selectable option may be to use the mobile device's
camera for video recording. An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0176]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. The connection may be a wired connection. The
connection may be a wireless connection. The mobile device user interface screen may provide
selectable (e.g., touch screen selectable) options to initiate video recording when selected by the
user. An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0177]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
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headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. The connection may be a wired connection. The
connection may be a wireless connection. The user interface screen of the mobile device is a
plurality of selectable (e.g. touch screen selectable) options, each corresponding to a user's
friend, the friend's shared video being displayed when selected by the user Choose friends to get,
may offer an option. An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0178]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. A screen of the mobile device may be provided to
import the video stored on the video headphones into the mobile device and initiate its editing.
The screen of the mobile device may display screen shots, usernames, and titles associated with
each of the plurality of videos selectable for editing and importing into the mobile device. An
exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0179]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. The screen of the mobile device may display screen
shots associated with the video selected for editing on the mobile device. Selectable icons may be
provided on the screen for switching between video tracks. An adjustable-length rectangle may
be provided to select a portion of the video from the full duration of the video, such that no other
portion is included in the edited video file. Selected portions of the video can be dragged and
dropped onto the screen to form part of a longer video file. The screen may include selectable
icons for performing video editing functions, such as to adjust the aspect ratio of the video, or to
adjust the brightness or contrast of the video, or to add text to the video. . An exemplary user
interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0180]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
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screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. The screen of the mobile device may display screen
shots associated with the video selected for editing on the mobile device. Selectable icons may be
provided on the screen for switching between video editing and audio editing. Adjustable length
rectangles may be provided to select portions of the video from the full duration of the video so
that the playback speed of the selected portion may be adjusted. The playback speed of the
selected portion of the video may be adjusted by sliding the slider input icon, and sliding in a first
direction indicates an increase in playback speed and a second opposite of the first direction.
Sliding in the direction indicates a reduction in regeneration speed. The screen may include
selectable icons for performing video editing functions, such as to adjust the aspect ratio of the
video, or to adjust the brightness or contrast of the video, or to add text to the video. . An
exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0181]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. The screen of the mobile device may display screen
shots associated with the video selected for editing on the mobile device. Selectable icons may be
provided on the screen for switching between video editing and audio editing. An adjustable
length rectangle may be provided to select a portion of the video from the full duration of the
video such that the audio sound level of the selected portion may be adjusted. The audio sound
level of the selected portion of the video can be adjusted by sliding the slider input icon, wherein
sliding in the first direction indicates an increase in the audio sound level, and the first opposite
of the first direction Sliding in direction 2 indicates a reduction in audio sound level. The screen
may include selectable icons for performing video editing functions, such as to adjust the aspect
ratio of the video, or to adjust the brightness or contrast of the video, or to add text to the video. .
An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0182]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. The screen of the mobile device may display screen
shots associated with the video selected for editing on the mobile device. The screen may include
selectable icons for performing video editing functions, such as to adjust the aspect ratio of the
video, or to adjust the brightness or contrast of the video, or to add text to the video. . Selectable
icons are a set that should be applied to the video, for example, to increase brightness, to reduce
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brightness, to provide a color scheme to the video, or to provide a tint, etc. Can provide a
selectable filter of An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0183]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. The screen of the mobile device may display screen
shots associated with the video selected for editing on the mobile device. The screen may include
selectable icons for performing video editing functions, such as to adjust the aspect ratio of the
video, or to adjust the brightness or contrast of the video, or to add text to the video. . The
selectable icons may provide a music library of albums (such as those associated with a
particular artist) that the audio track may be selected to provide a sound track for the video.
When selected, selectable icons may be provided that automatically suggest a soundtrack that
matches the color and motion of the video. An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG. If
an album is selected, a further screen may be provided where the track of the selected album
may be selected. An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0184]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. The screen of the mobile device may display screen
shots associated with the video selected for editing on the mobile device. The screen may include
selectable icons for performing video editing functions, such as to adjust the aspect ratio of the
video, or to adjust the brightness or contrast of the video, or to add text to the video. . The
selectable icons may provide a music library from which sound tracks may be selected to provide
sound tracks for video. A further screen may be provided where the artist name, album name,
selected track name are provided. An adjustable length rectangle may be provided to select a
portion of the audio track from the entire duration of the audio track so that the selected portion
may be adjusted. A plurality of adjustable length rectangles may be provided to select portions of
the track from the entire duration of the track so that the audio sound level of the selected
portion may be adjusted. The audio sound level of the selected portion of the track can be
adjusted by sliding the slider input icon, wherein sliding in the first direction indicates an
increase in the audio sound level, and the first opposite of the first direction Sliding in direction 2
indicates a reduction in audio sound level. Each of the plurality of selected portions of the track
may have its audio features edited independently of the other selected portions. An exemplary
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user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0185]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. The screen of the mobile device may display screen
shots associated with the video selected for editing on the mobile device. Selectable icons may be
provided on the screen for selecting video thumbnails. The selectable icons may provide
representative screen shots of the video at different points in the video for use in generating the
video thumbnails. The screen may include selectable icons for performing video editing
functions, such as to adjust the aspect ratio of the video, or to adjust the brightness or contrast of
the video, or to add text to the video. . An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0186]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. The screen of the mobile device may display a title
associated with the video selected for editing on the mobile device. An input field may be
provided to enter a title for the video. Selectable icons may be provided to select a font style for
displaying the title. The screen may include selectable icons for performing video editing
functions, such as to adjust the aspect ratio of the video, or to adjust the brightness or contrast of
the video, or to add text to the video. . An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0187]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. The mobile device may communicate with a server,
which may be a real server or a virtual server. A preview screen may be provided. The screen of
the mobile device may display a title associated with the video edited on the mobile device. Titles
may be provided superimposed on screen shots selected from the video. Selectable icons may be
provided to select to share video with other users via the server. Selectable icons are provided to
select to end the video editing process. Advertisements may be provided on the screen. The
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screen may include selectable icons for resuming video editing functions, such as to adjust the
aspect ratio of the video, or to adjust the brightness or contrast of the video, or to add text to the
video. . An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0188]
The user interface may control the user to edit the action for the video imported from the video
headphones while the video headphones are connected to the mobile device (eg, a smartphone)
screen (eg, touch) Screen) can be provided. A shared screen may be provided. The screen of the
mobile device may display a graphic indicating that the video is uploaded from the mobile device
to a server (which may be a real server or a virtual server) where the video is to be shared. A
video description may be provided by the user via screen input. Selectable icons corresponding
to individual social network sites may be provided to select to share videos with other users at
the corresponding individual social network sites. Selectable icons may be provided to choose to
post the video to the selected social network site. The screen may include selectable icons for
resuming video editing functions, such as to adjust the aspect ratio of the video, or to adjust the
brightness or contrast of the video, or to add text to the video. . An exemplary user interface
screen is shown in FIG.
[0189]
A system is provided that includes video headphones connectable to a mobile device (e.g., a
smartphone) running an app, wherein the mobile device is connected to a server. The mobile app
allows the user to purchase filters and / or music within the app for integration into the user's
video. An exemplary user interface screen is shown in FIG.
[0190]
Full-fledged quality video camera A portable camera is provided that is capable of capturing fullfledged quality video (eg, 1080p 30+), and this video is wirelessly connectable, wirelessly
connectable to wireless connectable headphones The audio track of the video that is connectable
with (eg, WiFi or Bluetooth) and listens with headphones can be recorded. The camera may be
wearable, gear mounted, or water resistant. The camera may include a wide angle lens. The
camera may also automatically use the music being listened to with his headphones as a sound
track of the video recorded by the camera. The connection between the camera and the
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headphones may be a wired connection.
[0191]
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION Eyeglasses comprising a computer-embedded eyeglass frame
having a display provided in an eyeglass field of view including a video camera and a camera
capable of recording video are provided. The glasses can respond to voice commands. The
glasses may use the sound of the soundtrack heard at the audio output opening of the glasses as
the soundtrack of the video recorded by the camera of the glasses. The glasses may be wirelessly
connectable. The glasses may connect wirelessly (eg, over WiFi) to wirelessly connectable
headphones. Glasses can record video soundtracks, which are the soundtracks you listen to with
headphones. The glasses may include speakers that may be of the bone conduction type or other
types. The glasses can also automatically use the music that they are listening in their
headphones as a soundtrack for the video recorded by the glasses. The connection between the
glasses and the headphones may be a wired connection.
[0192]
Further Disclosures With the video headphones disclosed herein, the user will be able to record
video through a miniature camera embedded in the headphones themselves. Audio can also be
installed in the headphone cable control unit and can also be recorded via a microphone located
below the video camera.
[0193]
Once the user has finished recording the video, audio may be added, music may be selected for
the video, and filters may be added. After the editing process is complete, the audio and video
can be synchronized without interruption and the output can be shared on the desired social
network.
[0194]
The video headphones disclosed herein may be configured with an audio source as well as a
suitable wired interface for connecting to a smartphone USB connector for use.
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[0195]
The video headphones stream audio and video signals to the smartphone for storage and then
editing and / or uploading by audio and video control over control to connect the video
headphone from the video headphone via wire.
[0196]
An audio source feed may be such that video headphones may be worn and / or used by the user
so that the display on the camera can be adjusted to monitor what the user can see, and the
signal output is monitored by the user And may be provided to an external smartphone.
[0197]
The desired specific audio performance for headphone devices is typical for full-scale use (i.e.
bandwidth 20 Hz to 20 kHz).
The specific video performance that is desired for attaching the camera to the video headphone
device is usually downloaded to the smartphone device from various video streaming and
downloadable sources in typical formats such as MP4, FLV, MPEG etc. And it should enable
image motion capture over 25 fps with similar resolution.
[0198]
Packaging can include three connected types, from headphones to various inputs of a
smartphone model.
Connection 1 can be Micro-USB to Apple iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S 30-Pin
StyleCharger Adapter Tip.
Connection 2 may be a 3.5 mm auxiliary cable sync connector. Connection 3 may be a micro USB
cable.
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[0199]
An app for use with video headphones:-Filters (eg, sepia filters, black and white filters,
monochrome filters) may be added to the video. -Video (eg, arbitrary length, up to 15 seconds)
may be recorded. Shortening the timeline may provide the user with the ability to edit the video. Add various frames around the video.
[0200]
The audio features of the system according to the invention may include:-Ability to import songs
from the user's playlist into the video recording. o Ability to save the user's playlist locally on the
user's device or web server. oWAY, AIFF, AU, or RAW format headerless PCM; lossless
compression format such as FLAC, Monkeys voice (file name extension APE), WavPack (file name
extension WV), TTA, ATRAC Advanced lossless, Apple lossless (file MPEG-4 SLS, MPEG-4 ALS,
MPEG-4 DST, Windows Media Voice Lossless (WMA Lossless), and Shorten (SHN), and / or
similar voice formats may be supported. -Ability to synchronize audio and video recordings from
any point in the timeline to record the final output. -Ability to upload the final video to Facebook,
Tumblr, Twitter, instagram, pinterest, vimeo, Youtube. -Ability to edit voice sound twice, three
times faster or slower through the button. -Ability to edit audio sound with automatic adjustment
function with single button. -Ability to press a single button to post the artist credit of the song
being used. Artist credits will scroll through the video. The process is controlled by one button
process.
[0201]
The system according to the invention: Provides the user the ability to create a profile. This
includes username, location, gender, age, email address. -Provides the ability to save user profile
data on a central web database server using the REST API. Provide audio / video synchronization
software that measures the time to action of the video. Providing playlist suggestions for songs
from user playlists that have the same tempo as the actions of the video. -Provide users with the
ability to spend on audio and video functions (e.g., video filters and audio enhancements). Combines two videos into one to provide the ability to edit music and make one video
[0202]
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This disclosure of video headphone platform methods, devices, and media, including the written
description, drawings, claims, abstracts, appendices, and / or the like, includes the claimed
technology. It illustrates various examples in which the innovation can be implemented. It should
be understood that these examples and features are representative examples presented to aid the
understanding of the claimed innovation and are not exhaustive and / or exclusive. Thus, various
examples, implementations, examples and / or the like are considered non-limiting throughout
the disclosure. Further, alternative undescribed embodiments may be available (eg, equivalent
embodiments). Such alternative embodiments have not been considered in detail to leave paper
and / or reduce repetition. Alternative embodiments not discussed in detail should not be
considered as a denial of such alternative, undescribed embodiments, and any inferences such as
to those discussed in detail in this disclosure are It should not be shown with regard to
alternative alternative undescribed embodiments. It should be understood that such alternative
non-described embodiments may be utilized without departing from the spirit and / or scope of
the present disclosure. For example, the organizational, logical, physical, functional, topological,
and / or similar structures of the various embodiments may be different. In another embodiment,
a VHP regulator, a VHP regulator element, a VHP data store, a VHP component and their
subcomponents, functions, applications, and / or the like as described in various embodiments
throughout the present disclosure. The organizational, logical, physical, functional, topological,
and / or homogenous structure of the thing is not limited to the fixed order of operations and /
or configuration, but instead, all equivalent operating orders and / or Or, configurations are
contemplated by the present disclosure. In yet another embodiment, a VHP regulator, a VHP
regulator element, a VHP data store, a VHP component, and their subcomponents, functions,
applications, and / or the like of the various embodiments of the present disclosure. Things are
not limited to continuous execution, but instead are threads, processes, instances, services, which
are executed concurrently, concurrently, concurrently, concurrently, synchronously,
asynchronously and / or similarly. Any number and / or configuration of servers, clients, nodes,
and / or the like are contemplated by the present disclosure.
Furthermore, some of the features described in this disclosure may be mutually inconsistent,
incompatible, inapplicable, and / or in a similar state, and not concurrently present in the same
embodiment. I want you to understand. Therefore, the various examples, implementations,
examples and / or the like should not be considered as limitations of the present disclosure as
defined by the claims or equivalent limitations on the claims.
[0203]
The present disclosure includes innovations that are not presently claimed. Applicants claim such
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technical innovations, including the right to apply for additional provisional applications, nonprovisional applications, continuing applications, partially continuing applications, divisional
applications, and / or the like. Reserve all rights in the currently unclaimed innovation. Although
some embodiments of VHP discussed in this disclosure are directed to world view shared video
headphones, the innovation described in this disclosure is readily adapted to a wide variety of
other fields and / or applications. Understand that you can do it.
[0204]
It is to be understood that the above-referenced arrangements are merely illustrative of the
application of the principles of the present invention. Many modifications and alternative
arrangements can be devised without departing from the spirit and scope of the present
invention. While the present invention has been illustrated in the drawings and has been fully
described above specifically and in detail with respect to what is presently considered to be the
most practical and preferred embodiments of the present invention, many modifications are set
forth herein. It will be apparent to those skilled in the art that the present invention may be
practiced without departing from the principles and concepts of the invention.
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