Interview with Sevenload CEO Axel Schmiegelow about Sevenload’s position in the online video market.
- WiFi and HSDPA built-in to upload my HD videos directly to an FTP server without needing to use a laptop. API to interact with online services to then publish that video to video-blogs and Youtube.
- Live streaming using WiFi or HSDPA of the camera feed in a low resolution and bitrate all the while the camcorder is recording the HD quality to the Internal storage.
- Built-in 2.5" hard drive (up to 500GB) as well as SDHC storage.
- Built-in bluetooth or VHF to use for cheap but high quality wireless microphones. Multiple microphones should work with one camera.
- USB keyboard support to enter filenames, description, tags for when publishing the HD videos directly from the camera to the Internet.
- Voice recognition service (could be online), can automatically transcribe title, description and tags from voice recordings made to be linked up with the main HD video file recording.
- On screen live chat from live video viewers in the same way as the Qik live chat works on the Nokia N95.
- Live video feed should be able to go to services such as Qik.com, Mogulus.com, Ustream.tv, Kyte.tv as well as live p2p streaming systems using live Bittorrent protocols, pplive or sopcast.
Philippe Tarbouriech is a Photographer Technologist at http://phitar.com and worked as the producer of Sim City 3000 in the silicon valley. In this video he is talking about some of the challenges for the OLPC project in terms of being relevant in the classroom and about some of the strategies that a teacher can use to keep the attention of the students when they each have their own laptop.
Guy Pignolet is a researcher at the University of La Reunion LEEP Energy Lab and is a Board Member of the Sunsat Energy Council for Space Power. He talks about Nicolas Tesla and other wireless power transfer technologies.