Currently, The Angelman Project’s clips and documentaries are only available in the Vimeo OnDemand Volumes listed on this website. However, the ultimate intent of the project is to be accessible on a fully interactive database called The SeeSystem-AS.
This database would allow users to filter and search videos using different keywords and categories, such as symptoms, age range, video clip type, individual cases, etc. This would allow an entirely new way to interact with the video data, allowing easy comparison of disease symptoms, different cases, levels of disease severity, and more.
With The Angelman Project footage now around twenty years old, we would also like to follow up with the original participants and shoot new footage, allowing us to see how different individuals developed and changed over time.
Ultimately, this database could be expanded to include any number of other rare disorders, allowing for symptoms and therapies for different disorders to be directly compared and contrasted. This rare disease database could also be designed to allow users to upload their own videos, creating ways for parents and doctors to compare their own children with other cases.