by Corbin Swets
Wide shot of classroom. Chris walking into class. We see most students wearing the SENSIWARE glasses. One student has them on her desk, while another student doesn't have them at all. Illustrating not everyone needs them, or at least not all the time.
Medium shot of Chris stopping at the SENSIWARE glasses case to grab a pari for himself.
Chris struggling to concentrate.
Closeup shot of Chris looking above to the ceiling lights.
The bright lights glare is vision as he reacts by turning his head and shutting his eyes.
Chris manually fades his lenses by sliding the lens dimmer.
Back to Chris, more concentrated on the lesson.
The A/C unit initiates, making a distractingly loud noise. Chris gets distracted once again as he glances towards the machine behind him.
He is able to manually adjust the mechanical noise with his white noise fader. The SENSIWARE 'harmony' is an audio module that is designed to constantly input environmental white noise. Once internally processed the white noise fader will react to surrounding levels giving the user the ability to neutralize or eliminate distracting noise.
Chris looks to his wrist watch. He is wearing the SENSIWARE 'heart' placed inside a wrist band. This device has many functions. In this case he wants to communicate discreetly to his teacher about the distractions he is experiencing.
Closeup of watch. Chris navigates to the 'Distractions' icon from the Main Menu (Highlighted in Yellow).
GUI by Chad Bitner
To be more clear about the noise, Chris uses the draw message tool, with his finger, to write in "A / C." Send.
Shot of the teacher receiving the message on his own wrist device. The red lines represent the device vibrating, not ringing.
Closeup of the teachers 'heart' device, displaying the message sent from Chris.
Closeup of the teacher dimming the lights down a bit.
Closeup of the teacher turning off the A/C unit.