Looks like someone (the patent holder) has been watching too many Hollywood movies and tv series about the nature of the human soul and the digital world. A lot of this sounds like Caprica, or Thirteenth Floor, or any one of several other popular depictions of the same idea.
What is missing in depictions like these is the operator, as well as technical information on not only how interactions are stored, but how the soul learns from them. A head camera for example will not record the same view as a human is observing, there may be defects in the eyes for instance, and there is the simultaneity of the visuals with audio and emotions/body sensations.
I personally doubt the ability for any technology to mimic the holographic, distributed way that the human body records memories of events, let alone play it back. The real purpose of a patent like that would be more along the lines of what Google was trying to do with Google Glass in terms of recording a digital copy of events for posterity (which is limited to the audio and visual senses), for example in case they were needed in a criminal case.