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> Is anyone using a wearable camera to record demos of physical
> activities? I have a chance to create demos about household
> repairs, and for at least some of the footage, I'd like to
> wear a camera close to my eyes that would see the same things I do.
> Anybody doing this? What kind of hardware did you use?
I haven't done anything like this, but I think a regular digital video
camera would work fine. Also, I think some videos are easier to follow when
you can see the person doing the work, rather than seeing the work from the
person's view. Like on This Old House, the guys are shown doing the work. http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/
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