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Second QS Tokyo meetup presentation by takasi Kido

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Qs tokyo kido-101912 Qs tokyo kido-101912 Presentation Transcript

  • What is QS ?-Quantified Self 2012 Conference Report- 2012 October 20th JST and Rikengenesis Takashi Kido 1
  • What is QS ?
  • | 70+10,000+ | 2012 Conference | #qs2012
  • Our 3 Prime Questions 1.What did you do? 2.How did you do it? 3.What did you learn? 2012 Conference | #qs2012
  • 349 Videosvimeo.com/groups/quantifiedself 2012 Conference | #qs2012
  • QS 2012 Conference Report
  • Quantified Self 2012 (Sep 15-16, Stanford) Audiences: • Users and tool makers interested in self- tracking systems. Topics & Applications: (Including 2011 conference) •Personal Data Visualization •Location Tracking •Emotion Tracking •Stress •Depression •Sleep Monitoring •Heart Rate •Food and Diet •Environment Monitoring •Cognitive Performance •Productivity Tracking •Calming Technology •Mindfulness •Personal Genome •Behavior Change •Business Model
  • QS Show and Tell, Stanford, 2012
  • Animal and Human Heart Rate Tracking and Synchronization
  • Calming Technology
  • Morning meditation
  • Social Networking Events
  • Self Introduction:Expectation for QS
  • パーソナルゲノムの本を出版
  • Pilot study – in-process resultsMTHFR pilotAverage drug store vitamin (Spectrum multivitamin) reduced homocysteine levels for 6/7 participants DIYgenomics MTHFR citizen science study 1. Genotype profiles 2. Homocysteine levels Courtesy of DIYgenomics, 2011, January 20
  • Co-operation: Alternative Space Necco