I guess you've got to start somewhere, eh?
explaining how to play jazz piano using the blues scale is not just citing the scale and playing it up and down.
Playing inside a scale, making music, sounds some how different.
The outstanding position of the 2 bluenotes b3 and b7 including the chromatic approach #4/b5 within tonality must be pointed out carefully by examples.
(An ascending melody stops on b7, descending afterwards)
Your demonstration of the scale sounds very poor and does not animate anybody to enter the great world of blues. I´m sorry!
And by the way, this isn´t "the blues scale" what you are citing. Where is the major 3, the 9th and 13th?
The animation of your video is OK.