I'm thinking of starting a YouTube channel. And the concept is 'tabletop wargaming in the wild'. None of this 'oh we played a game in our perfect studio' stuff that other channels do. (I swear that many games are staged and they only roll for the important bits to add drama) I want to video the games of Warhammer 40,000 that I play at tournaments. And tournament games are the best! Obviously, I don't want to be holding up a video camera throughout my games. So I'm trying to work out how I can passively video my games 'in the wild'. Small cameras set up in each corned of the board? A small camera worn at chest height? Google Glass - or equivalent glasses with a camera built in? A combination of the above would be best. And a microphone...on my collar? I think I could make this work as something a bit different that would have real value. What do you guys think? I'd really appreciate some help with a technology solution to the problem of passive, non-invasive recording.