Private Cyberspace Demonstration

Below are demonstrations of some applications that are normally preloaded inside Private Cyberspaces when they are first created.

1. Artificial Intelligence (AI) Video Demos

Perform real-time video recognition locally onsite WITHOUT needing to use AI from the Cloud.

1.1. Storage Benefit

Under the quuvoo4ohcequuox demo entity is a live 4K video recorder at
https://recorder.quuvoo4ohcequuox.0.88.io/cameras/c1-ausnsw

This is a live street scene in the state of New South Wales (NSW), Australia.

  1. AI in the Private Cyberspace is able to recognise humans and cars in the live video feed using a computer on same site as the camera WITHOUT connecting to any external Cloud AI services.
    https://recorder.quuvoo4ohcequuox.0.88.io/events?camera=Video_Recognition_Demo&label=person

  2. All videos are encrypted, stored and played on Infinite Disk distributed on 11 nodes across NSW, providing the Recorder application with great performance, unlimited capacity, the lowest cost and the highest reliability possible.

  3. For privacy reason only SIX hours are video are kept, this continuous create and delete of files demonstrates Infinite Disk's ability to handle rapidly changing data sets and its ability to recover deleted storage space (e.g. its support for TRIM) across the 11 nodes in NSW.

  4. The 4K video feed has the following settings yet there is NO indication that the video files are actually distributed across many sites outside the building.

  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Bitrate Type: Variable
  • Video Quality: Highest
  • Frame Rate: 15 fps
  • Max Bitrate: 8192kbps
  • Video Encoding: H.264
  • I Frame Interval: 20

1.2. Security Benefits

Under the quuvoo4ohcequuox demo entity is a live 1080p video recorder at
https://recorder.quuvoo4ohcequuox.0.88.io/cameras/r1-george683

This is a live video feed from a Community Cluster compute room in the state of New South Wales (NSW), Australia.

The camera is a low cost WiFi camera with security problems:

  1. The video recording can be easily lost or damaged, since the storage is a memory card on the camera, the memory card might fail one day and it can be removed by intruders in seconds.
  2. The motion detection is Cloud based on mobile apps and push notifications - both the Cloud (e.g. Google) and the camera manufacturer (e.g. TP-Link) will know when someone has entered the room - even if it is you instead of an intruder.

Those problems can be over come when use it with your own Private Cyberspace:

  1. Video data is now stored securely on Infinite Disk.
  2. Motion detection and notification are performed by without leaking data to external parties.