15. To preempt or lessen seizures, overheating and tachycardia (and maybe blood
glucose swings as well) we would like to equip some students with something like
a FitBit or smart watch.
16. Virtually all disabled students have an IEP until 21.
17. We suspect some hypersensitive students might need an ankle (as opposed to a
wrist) device. In any case, we would like to be able to capture telemetry and
route it to displays so one classroom aide can monitor three or four students.
18. In order for students and teachers to understand the grades given on
individual movements if the students are in class we have to film everyone.
19. Students filming at home have a simpler problem. In both cases, during many
sets a student can easily move 20 feet laterally, so we need camera tracking.
20. Some students find a wall of mirrors and large video projections of a
grandmaster overwhelming. For students studying at home loading up a room with
mirrors is probably out of the question. We have found mirrors sometimes make
coordinating cameras and lights very difficult, especially when there are
21. So we would prefer smart glasses where we can project TWO streams: one of
the canonical recording of a grandmaster and the other relayed off a local
camera recording the student.