Sir, Madam, Here is the evidence. This C virus scenario has been in preparation and under study for many years. See the 2010 Rockefeller Report. It is not disputable, since the information comes from the official patent registers in the Netherlands and the United States. And we have all the documentation
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As we have shown in previous exhibits, the whole Covidiocracy is a farce and a simulation long prepared by the World Bank / IMF / Rothschilds and their Lemmings, in partnership with Rockefeller.
Our latest discoveries complement these previous revelations. first recorded: Netherlands, 2015
Source: Dutch government website on the patent register Info (text copy):
A method is provided for the acquisition and transmission of biometric data (e.g. vital signs) of a user, where the data is analyzed to determine if the user is suffering from a viral infection, such as COVID-19. The method includes using a pulse oximeter to acquire at least the pulse and the percentage of oxygen saturation of the blood, which is transmitted wirelessly to a smartphone. To ensure the accuracy of the data, an accelerometer is used in the smartphone to measure the movements of the smartphone and/or the user. Once the exact data is acquired, it is uploaded to the cloud (or host), where it is used (either alone or with other vital signs) to determine if the user is (or is likely to be) suffering from an infection. viral, such as COVID-19.
Depending on the specific needs, the data, changes to it, and/or the determination can be used to alert medical personnel and take the corresponding action.
second recording: us, 2015
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ONE KEY DETAIL STRUCK ME ABOUT THESE RECORDINGS: They were both filed and updated years ago, but they were scheduled to be released to the public in September 2020. This is proof enough that they knew in 2015 what was going to happen in September 2020!
THIRD REGISTRATION: US, 2017 (UPDATE FROM 2015)
Source Before presenting the technical details of the patent, let’s consider the inventor’s Facebook for a moment: Did you notice something? Patent Info (full copy): Title: System and Method of Using, Biometrics and Displaying Biometric Data US Patent Application 20170229149 Kind Code: A1 Summary: A method is provided for processing and displaying a user’s biometric data, either singly or in combination (in sync) with other data, such as the user’s video data for a period when biometric data has been acquired. The method includes storing the biometric data so that it is linked to an identifier and at least one timestamp² (e.g. start time, sampling frequency, etc.), and storing the data video so that they are linked to the id and at least one timestamp (for example, a start time).
By storing the data in this way, the biometric data can be displayed (either real-time or delayed) in synchronization with the video data, and the biometric data can be searched to identify at least one biometric event. The video corresponding to the biometric event can then be displayed, alone, or with at least one biometric element of the user during the biometric event.
Claims: What is claimed is:
1. A method for identifying a video corresponding to a biometric event of a user, said video being displayed with at least one biometric element of said user during said biometric event, comprising: receiving a request to start a session; using at least one program running on a mobile device to assign a session number and start time to said session; receiving video data from a camera, said video data comprising video of at least one of said user and the environment of said user for a period of time, said period of time starting at said start time; receiving biometric data from a sensor, said biometric data comprising a plurality of values on a biometric element of said user during said period of time; using said at least one program to link at least said session number and said start time to said video data; use of said at least one program to link at least said session number, said start time and a sampling rate to said biometric data, at least said session number being used to link said biometric data to said video data, and to minus said sampling rate and said start-up time being used to bind and said start time being used to relate individual values of said plurality of values to individual times in said period of time; receiving said biometric event, said biometric event comprising a value or a range of said biometric; using said at least one program to identify a first value of said plurality of values corresponding to said biometric event; using said at least one program and at least said start time, said sampling rate and said time period to identify a first time in said time period corresponding to said first value of said plurality of values; and displaying on said mobile device at least said video data during said first time with said first value of said plurality of values, wherein said first time is used to show said first value of said plurality of values in synchronization with a portion of said video data which shows at least one of said user and said user’s environment during said biometric event.
Description: CROSS-REFERENCE TO THE CORRESPONDING APPLICATION
This request is a continuation of the ser. n ° 15 / 293,211, filed on October 13, 2016 which clarified,
Description: CROSS-REFERENCE TO THE CORRESPONDING REQUEST
This application is a continuation of Application No. 15 / 293.211, filed October 13, 2016, which claims priority, pursuant to Section 119 (e) of 35 USC, over Provisional Application No. 62 / 240.783, filed on October 13, 2015, which requests are specifically incorporated into this document, in their entirety, by reference.
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
1. Field of the Invention
The present invention relates to the reception and use of biometric data, and more particularly, to a system and a method for displaying at least one biometric data of a user as well as a video of the user when the at least one. biometric data is measured and / or received.
2. Description of related art
Recently, devices have been developed which are capable of measuring, detecting, or estimating, in a practical form, at least one or more measurements related to physiological characteristics, commonly referred to as biometric data. For example, watch-like devices have been developed capable of measuring an individual’s heart rate or pulse and, using this data along with other information (e.g. age, weight, etc. ), to calculate a result, such as the total calories burned by the individual during a given day. Similar devices have been developed to measure, detect or estimate other types of parameters, such as blood pressure, breathing patterns, breathing composition, sleeping patterns, and blood alcohol level, to name just a few.
These devices are generically called biometric devices or biosensor measurement devices. As the types of biometric devices continue to develop, the way in which biometric data is used remains relatively static. For example, heart rate data is typically used to give individual information about their pulse and calories burned. On the other hand, blood alcohol data is generally used to give a person information about their blood alcohol level and to inform them whether or not they can drive a motor vehicle safely or legally. As yet another example, a person’s respiratory rate (measurable for example either by the sound level in decibels or by changes in the level in decibels over a period of time) can be monitored by a doctor, nurse or medical technician. to determine if the person has sleep apnea.
While biometric data is useful in itself, it would be more informative or dynamic if it could be combined with other data (e.g. video data, etc.), provided (e.g., wirelessly, over a network, etc.) to a device remotely, and / or searchable (for example, allowing the rapid identification of certain conditions, such as a high heart rate) and / or crossed (for example, using biometric data to identify a video section illustrating a specific characteristic, or vice versa). It is, therefore, necessary to have an efficient system and method capable of achieving at least some, if not all, of the aforementioned advantages, and also capable of merging the data generated in automatic or manual form by the various devices. , which often use operating systems or technologies (e.g. hardware platforms, protocols, data types, etc.