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  • Accelerometer
  • Compass
  • Camera
  • Video camera
  • Music player
  • personal HD tv
  • Gyroscope in iPhone 4
  • Diary or journal
  • GPS
  • What we eat, Exercise, sleep, blood sugar, pain
  • Happy or just a little dramatic
  • One way is through tracking
  • Because once you can see that data in aggregate, visualize it, and perceive trends, then you can self-manage your health better and your health care team can incorporate your observations of daily living into your health record and clinical care. One group, Project HealthDesign, funded by Robert Wood Johnson foundation, has been working on ways to add observations of daily living into health care through technology since 2006. What’s new is how today’s mobile devices make this process easier. They offer: convenience, self-management, social support, and interaction with a health care provider.
  • Web and iphone only
  • Exercise, food, pain, job satisfaction, energy level, meditation, mood, sleep, weight, height, blood pressure, asthma, blood glucose
  • Does not do the measurements for you, though; you have to add. One great feature other than mobility is camera integration
  • Weight goal setting, calorie tracker, exercise tracker - like a personal coach for weight and nutrition, social component so can compete, get support (positive) or pressured into making better choices (motivation) , online component for graphs, charts, exporting raw data. Can also connect with Facebook and Twitter
  • Personal trainer on a phone , exercises by muscle group, instructions on how to do them, routines for various goals, create custom workouts, track your workouts. Iphone, android, blackberry
  • Iphone, android - synchs with
  • Calorie tracker; food and exercise journal. Graphs and pie charts, Track food calories - Track Burned calories - Track Daily Weight - Set your Diet Plan - Set your Goal Weight - View daily BMI - View nutrition data: calories, protein, carbohydrate, fat (and saturated fat), fiber, sodium, sugar. - View or edit calorie and exercise logs - Export Log to an email
  • Sparkpeople iphone, android, blackberry. Mobile version of sparkpeople web site that synchs data; food and fitness trackers (also have a healthy recipes one). (also have mobile site and special ipad app) A food and calorie tracker with more than 1 million foods in its database - Daily meal plans customized for your goals (optional) - A fitness tracker to track your workouts and calories burned - A quick glance view of your calories eaten and burned on the home screen (along with daily healthy-living news and tips) - A weigh-in page that graphs your weight and progress over time - The most detailed weight and calorie reports of any iPhone food tracker
  • Running, walking, biking, hiking - tracks route and speed via GPS, elevation, uploads to site, social aspects, send updates to Facebook and Twitter. Mulitple apps for iPhone, 2 for android, blackberry. Add photos from run/hike. Share good routes with others
  • Gps tracking, pace, splits, calories, music integration, audio cues, maps, records, geotagged photos, social * Activity Sharing Share your activities with friends via email, or by posting them to your favorite social sites, including Facebook and Twitter Set a pace or target, get coached via audio
  • Android app PEDOMETER Integrates with facebook Game aspect, competition Voice, gps, music Coaching
  • Integrates into Google Health instantly Tracks exercise, weight, calories burned Even more easily shared with health care provider
  • Track blood glucose, medications, insulin use by type and time, exercise; get charts and histograms, email info to anyone, including physician, back up data, get refill reminder information
  • - Record your pace, distance and run route using the iPhone’s GPS and accelerometer technology so you can focus on the road ahead, and relive your run later. - Anytime you’re up for a challenge, push farther, faster, or longer to better reach your goals. Then celebrate your victories with fun, motivational messages from Nike’s top athletes. - As you run, get voice feedback on how you’re doing or tap the map to see where you are. Then activate your personalized PowerSong for an extra boost. - Quickly send each run to where you can brag to friends, join challenges, set goals and connect with the rest of the Nike+ community.
  • The Fitbit accurately tracks your calories burned, steps taken, distance traveled and sleep quality. The Fitbit contains a 3D motion sensor like the one found in the Nintendo Wii. The Fitbit tracks your motion in three dimensions and converts this into useful information about your daily activities. You can wear the Fitbit on your waist, in your pocket or on undergarments. At night, you can wear the Fitbit clipped to the included wristband in order to track your sleep. Anytime you walk by the included wireless base station, data from your Fitbit is silently uploaded in the background to Integrates with Google Health, Facebook, Twitter
  • Surveillance, personal tracking, realtime physician monitoring, he Spiroscout automatically tracks the time and location where you use your rescue inhaler, and the mobile diary allows you to log and review other important information about your asthma, and even to review asthma in your community.
  • Zamzee like fitbit for kids, gives rewards for physical activity Didget for diabetes self management - rewards, competition, game - nintendo ds Zeo for sleep monitoring Twitter scale Basically, SmHeart Link is a wireless bridge that collects data from distributed health and fitness sensors such as those found in workout machines and sends it to the iPhone via Wi-Fi. Users then can make use of the data via an iPhone application called iRPM+ The SmHeart Link works with a long list of heart monitor chest straps, including those found in equipments made by Polar, Garmin, Nike, Reebok, Timex Ironman, New Balance, and Numetrex. It's also compatible with biking sensors to track speed, cadence, and power (watts). iRPM+ app allows for uploading your completed workouts to eNewLeaf or MapMyFitness to track your training progress.
  • No smartphone? Text capable phones can use twitter tools to track and manage
  • Tv, food, weight, activities, exercises, anything! Interactive visualiztion and graphs
  • Augmented reality is what it sounds like - it adds to your experience of reality. 2 major types of augmented reality content at the moment: interacting with objects and viewing content overlays
  • Used a lot in advertising, in greeting cards. Web cams or phones. Check out october Marie Claire for AR ad - hold in front of web cam
  • D’Fusion another product
  • Google goggles (picture of practically anything); shop savvy and other barcode scanning apps (price checks and comparisons). Person found a book in your library they might want to buy, can easily check where to buy it
  • Future?
  • Google Sky Map, satellite finders, airplane info, yelp (restaurants, etc), nearest tube
  • Hoppala lets supposedly non-technies create content Wikitude world browser is another Acrossair twitter
  • Junaio browser (layers), indoors and outdoors, image recognition technology in real time, (Moo vision, lego) Unifeye Mobile Bart transit app
  • Patient instructions Tours Finding aids, directions Hospital finder app Patient AR layover for diagnosis Libraries - patrons contribute reviews, activate when near area
  • Mcmla 2010 tech trends

    1. 1. Mobile Health
    2. 22. iFitness
    3. 24. Tap & Track
    4. 27. RunKeeper Pro
    5. 30. DIAMEDIC