A while ago I had an idea for something that could be fun and interesting to do, then earlier this month I decided to get what I needed to actually do it. The idea is to record some biometrics while gaming, and have those measurements burned into the video, so you can see cause and effect. Currently it is just my pulse I'm recording (oxygen saturation too, but that's not as interesting) because I can't find a way to record anything else.
Well, I finished doing this with the first game, Outlast, and have uploaded the videos to my new YouTube channel, The Body on Games. (It's a better name than I first thought of.)
Outlast took me nine videos to complete, and while all nine are uploaded, they are going to be made public on a Monday-Thursday schedule. The schedule is to keep from having too much up at once, and to give me time to get another game completed before the previous finishes going public. (Not sure which I'm going to do next, as I check on companies' video policies.) This Thursday two videos are going to go public, because the mic audio for the second was bad.
I also put together a playlist of highlights (except for the second video because of the mic audio) and those are all public. (I especially recommend Outlast - Chapter 5 - Highlight because of something funny that happens on the pulse graph.)
I hope you find these interesting!