OK, sorry for the double-posting, but... I must say that in your video you say that the general purpose, to start out, will be "dating and communication of the visually impaired." That, my friend, is a very, very bad idea, on multiple levels. All you need do is look at the many dating sites that already exist to understand exactly why. (Hint: one-third of those who go to dating sites as a resort never actually go on a date with anyone on those sites, and 1 in 5 people ask someone else to help them design their profile.)
Let's take EHarmony, for example. EHarmony has 10,000,000 active users. If we use those statistics, then approximately 3.3 million users never go on a date, and 2,000,000 of those users have help designing their profile.
Source: https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2 … ne-dating/
It doesn't help that most dating sites contain so called "fake profiles," which is just a way for the site to increase its list of supposed "active users" to increase its popularity. In truth those sites that engage in such practices have no users until real people sign up; the fake profiles is a way for the website to look very popular and (hence) gain more users. So if your on one of those websites (including EHarmony), there's a medium-to high-risk that you will get one of these "fake profiles". (It doesn't help that 99 percent of them require you to pay or upload pictures to complete your profile, nor does it help that, since you have to upload pictures, and anyone can on their profiles, you can look however you like with photoshop, gimp or other photo editing applications.) That is why I avoid dating websites; I'll visit some here and there but have never actually committed myself to one, mainly because I have no way of knowing how trustworthy the site is, and therefore have no way of knowing if the person I'm supposedly matched for (I never get to the talking stage due to the payment requirement) is a person, a psychopath, or a fake profile.
Edit (for like the fourth time): it also doesn't help that every dating site I've used or heard of (Match, EHarmony, Zoosk, ...) does absolutely no background checks or verification of any kind. All you do is register an account, upload your picture and do your profile, pay the greedy business, and go on your way. There is no actual security of any kind. If those sites were social networks and not dating sites, I could understand the lack of background checks. Bu a dating website? No thanks, I'd like background checks to ensure that I'm not going to be communicating with a criminal who just got done committing genocide.
"On two occasions I have been asked [by members of Parliament!]: 'Pray, Mr. Babbage, if you put into the machine wrong figures, will the right answers come out ?' I am not able rightly to apprehend the kind of confusion of ideas that could provoke such a question." — Charles Babbage.