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BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011
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BodyTrack QS Presentation, July 19, 2011

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Presentation on BodyTrack presented by Anne Wright at the Bay Area Quantified Self Meetup, 7/19/2011

Presentation on BodyTrack presented by Anne Wright at the Bay Area Quantified Self Meetup, 7/19/2011

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  • 1. BodyTrack
    • CREATE Lab
    • Carnegie Mellon University
    • Anne Wright, Randy Sargent
  • 2. The beginning: Robots!
  • 3. NASA Ames Rovers
  • 4. Too sick to work on rovers
    • Apply
  • 5. Human System Debugging
  • 6. What type of food matters!
  • 7. Wide variation in reaction to inputs
  • 8. Study biochemistry
  • 9. Can we find better tools? Great, but can’t graph on same time axes!
  • 10. Aggregate existing pieces BodyTrack Website BodyTrack chest strap Indoor air quality BodyTrack Indoor Environmental station Sleep logging Regional air quality Phone apps Actigraphy Weight
  • 11. Build missing pieces! BodyTrack Website BodyTrack chest strap Indoor air quality BodyTrack Indoor Environmental station Sleep logging Regional air quality Phone apps Actigraphy Weight
  • 12. Don’t throw away data!
    • 3 KHz accelerometry on the chest can capture
    • Coughing, sneezing, snoring, speaking, more…
    • Full-rate ECG can capture
    • Stress levels, activity levels, more…
    • Audio during sleep can capture
    • Snoring, reasons for awakening, more…
  • 13. Big Data
    • 12 KSPS x 1 day = 1 billion samples per day
    • Not a job for MySQL
    • BodyTrack Datastore supports rapid access across levels of detail (GigaPan)
    • BodyTrack Viewer allows rapid exploration of billions of datapoints
    • Easy to add real-time computation to combine data and generate new metrics
  • 14. Explorable data viewer
  • 15. Explorable data viewer
  • 16. Image review and tagging
  • 17. Build synergy and community
  • 18. Cultivate new sensors Encourage exportability and good timestamps !
  • 19. Quantified Health Evangelism
  • 20. Help us build this!
    • Tools or stories to share?
    • Issues you want to track?
    • Open source developer?
    • Contact: Anne Wright arwright@ cmu.edu
    • For more info:
    • http://bodytrack.org/

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