US Patent No. 10,219,037

VIDEO OUTPUT BASED ON USER AND LOCATION MONITORING


Patent No. 10,219,037
Issue Date February 26, 2019
Title Video Output Based On User And Location Monitoring
Inventorship Bernard A. McCarthy, III, Atlanta, GA (US)
Assignee DISH Technologies L.L.C., Englewood, CO (US)

Claim of US Patent No. 10,219,037

1. A method for outputting video based on user and location monitoring data, the method comprising:receiving, by a receiver device associated with a particular location, one or more physical conditioning video resources transmitted from a content provider, each physical conditioning video resource including content representing one or more types of physical activity at one or more intensity levels of the physical activity;
receiving, by the receiver device, a selection of a physical conditioning video resource to be output to a user via a display device at the particular location;
determining, by the receiver device in accordance with the one or more types of physical activity at the one or more intensity levels of the physical activity represented in the selected physical conditioning video resource, a combination of user monitoring data collectable by the receiver device to indicate current health and activity data of the user, the combination of user monitoring data comprising first monitoring data from at least one personal monitoring device associated with the user and second monitoring data from at least one location monitoring system associated with the particular location;
receiving, by the receiver device, the combination of user monitoring data from the at least one personal monitoring device and from the at least one location monitoring system;
determining, by the receiver device, a current readiness level of the user for completing the selected physical conditioning video resource, the current readiness level determined in response to receiving the selection and in accordance with the received combination of user monitoring data, the current readiness level indicating whether the user is ready to play and interact with the selected physical conditioning video resource; and
controlling access, by the receiver device, to the selected physical conditioning video resource by the user based on the determined current readiness level of the user for completing the selected physical conditioning video resource.