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BodyTrack: Open Source Tools for Health Empowerment through Self-Tracking

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The BodyTrack project develops open source tools self tracking tools to aggregate and visualize data from diverse sources such as wearable sensors, observations from mobile apps, photos, and environmental data. Our goal is to empower individuals to explore potential environment/health interactions (food sensitivities, asthma or migraine triggers, sleep problems, etc.) and better assess strategies they think might help.

The BodyTrack project develops open source tools self tracking tools to aggregate and visualize data from diverse sources such as wearable sensors, observations from mobile apps, photos, and environmental data. Our goal is to empower individuals to explore potential environment/health interactions (food sensitivities, asthma or migraine triggers, sleep problems, etc.) and better assess strategies they think might help.

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BodyTrack: Open Source Tools for Health Empowerment through Self-Tracking

  1. BodyTrack: Open Source Tools for Health Empowerment through Self-Tracking Anne Wright Candide Kemmler Rich Gibson CREATE Lab, CMU PalaceHotel Software GigaPan.org Pittsburgh, PA, USA Brussels, Belgium Santa Rosa, CA, USA arwright@cmu.edu candide@fluxtream.com rich.gibson@gmail.com @annerwright @ckemmler @RichGibson
  2. BodyTrack BodyTrack Microclimate Smart phone apps Indoor air Environmental Basestation quality Context Regional data sources BodyTrack Web Server and Datastore Physiological Actigraphy Cardiovascular Weight Sleep logging
  3. Zoomable timeline: environmental sensors
  4. Zoomable timeline: environmental sensors
  5. Zoomable timeline: physiological sensors
  6. Zoomable timeline: physiological sensors
  7. Allan
  8. Marcy Marcy’s typical sleep pattern: After ritual at Temple of Transition:
  9. Paul
  10. BodyTrack: Open Source Tools The Eyes Have it for Health Empowerment Using Photos for Self Tracking through Self-Tracking
  11. But first a bit on Steam Engines... Flickr User http://www.flickr.com/photos/dun_deagh/
  12. Sight Gauge and Governors
  13. Engine Indicators
  14. Why Steam Engines? •Yesterdays high tech, rotary motion, becomes ‘just a service.’ Shaft power as a service. •Patent issues are an ongoing continued issue •Monitoring and Control are key Text
  15. Automated Mindfullness vs Internet of Things
  16. Be the person my (robot) dog thinks that I am.
  17. Text I have one hammer (imaging)
  18. Psoriasis
  19. Psoriasis http://gigamacro.com/2011/psoriasis-test-macro-photograph/ext
  20. Portraits lead me to eyes... Text
  21. Eyes are pretty and visually appealing. (eyes are just cool!)
  22. The important thing is to start... The perfect is the enemy of the good.
  23. JFDI - Just (finally?) Do It!
  24. Reflections
  25. Summer cold and mucous build up
  26. Red eyes
  27. Body Track is all about time and exploration Text
  28. Images can be significant by their absence
  29. Multiple channels with filtering to provide more context
  30. Multiple channels with filtering to provide more context 8:36
  31. Multiple channels with filtering to provide more context
  32. API and your own data -Notes -Other sources
  33. We want YOU! (and your data) http://sandbox.fluxtream.com Username: test Technical questions: Password: testtest Candide@fluxtream.com BodyTrack: Anne.R.Wright@gmail.com Please try it out! And get in touch Imagery: Rich.Gibson@gmail.com

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  • Pre talk:\n-setup ps2 controller, windows machine, gene’s butterfly.\n-ftiz’s board\n\n-start video - mount.\n\n
  • Anne and Candide have talked about the great vision of the Fluxstream and\nBody Track projects. I am going to talk about images, a ideas on how this technology is going to unfold to where it becomes ubiguitous.\n\nBut first I'm going to talk a bit about steam engines.\n\n
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