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Mean Gold Standard - 98.089 Mean Spree - 98.941 Standard Deviation Gold Standard - 23.03 Standard Deviation Spree - 24.84 p value Gold Standard and Spree - .427
For Google Glass, the video camera can only record in 720p video. Our product will be able to record in full 1080p video. That is 150% better than the closest competitor, Google Glass.
Another function of Google Glass is that it used for recording surgery, Augmedix, uses Google Glass to live-stream the patient visit to get rid of electronic health record, this saves up to 15 hours per week. A function our product can do the same thing but in higher quality video and the product can also correct color blindness and also zoom in up to 4X. Google Glass cannot do these two key features.
Design Flaws and Recommendations
Glasses might be bulky and will not fit on the face comfortably. Glasses might overheat due to over-exhaustion of the battery, might slightly burn or expel heat on face. Lenses have to be custom made because of unique eye prescription for each person. Battery might not last a full 24 hours being fully used. Glasses and part will not be durable enough for wear during extraneous activity.
Changing the material to the lightest available material will benefit its weight and make it more comfortable to wear. Use smaller and more efficient batteries to decrease heat expulsion. Find a way to make a universal prescription using the camera and lenses. Have a battery port so people can swap batteries when battery runs out. Again, have more durable and lightweight materials. This will help sustain the integrity of the glasses.
Experimental Design of Own Device
1. Acquire funding and support for the product.
2. Begin research and development.
3. Draft first outline for the frames.
4. Acquire needed parts for the glasses.
5. Assemble the parts into the glasses.
6. Record observations and then suggest improvements for later prototypes.
7. Have a working prototype.
8. Make several and have multiple test groups with people who are mono visioned.
9. Report the legitimacy of the functions and record how well it functions.
10. Release a final and commercialized product.
11. Sell product to companies.