0

For avoidance of false accusation, this would be a nice tool. Even if there will be some extra privacy issues which were not applied to drive recorder but applied to the human version of it, I think one can overcome them with some modifications.

EDIT

By "human version" I mean that a human can wear a tiny recorder 24 hours a day, whether he's in a car or not. I'm not sure whether this sort of product was commercialized yet, although some people proposed that police should wear it during his duty, so that police shooting to innocent citizens will not happen. If the access to the recorder is possible only when it is needed in the court, I suppose this will clear privacy issues.

closed as off-topic by Adam Zuckerman, michaelpri Sep 24 '15 at 22:46

This question appears to be off-topic. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason:

  • "This question doesn't seem to be about a problem. — Questions should ask how to solve a problem using everyday objects. Questions requesting new ways to use an object are off-topic unless a problem to solve can be demonstrated." – michaelpri
If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question.

  • What is a "drive recorder" and what do you mean by a human version of it? Do you mean something you use while driving a vehicle? Like a personal video recorder you turn on when pulled over by the police? or something more like a "black box" that records where and what you were doing in the event of an accident? – Robert Cartaino Sep 24 '15 at 18:29
  • Sorry, the terminology I used was uncommon. I mean the black box that records exactly as you described. – Math.StackExchange Sep 24 '15 at 18:34
  • I've given an answer but I don't think it comes under the category of 'life hack', it would be better suited as a software request. – Terry Sep 24 '15 at 21:01
  • I was not sure which site of stack exchange to post my question. So, I appreciate your suggestion and answer. Since I don't have enough reputation to migrate this thread to another site, I flagged my question, stating that it should be migrated to Software Recommendations, so that it will be done by the moderator. – Math.StackExchange Sep 24 '15 at 21:08
1

"AutoGuard Dash Cam - Blackbox" Sounds perfect for you, if i am understanding you correctly, you are using a lot of terminology i don't really get, but it isn't really a life hack.

Your smart phone can be clever as you with AutoGuard, the best Blackbox application, will give you wonderful experiences. Key Features

  • (Pro) Background recording: Multitasking with other apps (like navigation)

  • Upload videos on YouTube.com with captions for location and time information

  • Capture photos at important situation automatically

  • Show the video and map information on one screen

  • Automatically starts video recording when put into car dock or connect with bluetooth devices

  • Records driving video, speed, GPS, and nearest address

  • Supports high resolutions (1080p, 720p)

  • Traces path driven on 3D Google maps

  • Snapshot (supports auto focus, flash & gallery)

  • Send recorded information via E-mail

Link

  • This application sounds awesome. But by "human version" I mean that a human can wear a tiny recorder 24 hours a day, whether he's in a car or not. I'm not sure whether this sort of product was commercialized yet, although some people proposed that police should wear it during his duty, so that police shooting to innocent citizens will not happen. – Math.StackExchange Sep 24 '15 at 21:13
  • I don't see why this wouldn't work on your person. Are you wanting to purchase a device, or just use an app? If it is a device this is definately the wrong area to ask. Might be worth looking at this: amazon.com/720p-Mini-Metal-Camera-Police/dp/B009Z0QFO6 We wear them in the police force to allow evidence gathering throughout a shift. – Terry Sep 24 '15 at 21:15
  • Oh you're totally right! I was not aware of it. – Math.StackExchange Sep 24 '15 at 21:19

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.