Thanks to betahaus for hosting our next meeting, which will be on Tuesday, March 26th.
Our keynote speaker this time will be Louis Crowe, a medical researcher who studies neuromuscular electrical stimulation, and whose rigorous self-tracking and experimentation have helped advance this technology. These advances have already been used by millions of people and have the potential to address needs in many areas, from spinal cord injuries to exercise aboard space shuttles. He'll be presenting some of his own personal data and conducting a live demonstration of the technology.
Cassie Zhen, a graphic designer and fitness instructor, will be presenting her month-long self-experiment to see how lung capacity and heart health are affected by a controlled vegan diet and a particular type of short, intense exercise routine.
Florian Schumacher, one of our organizers, will talk about active and passive self-tracking in various areas of life. Florian has tested and used dozens of sensors and apps for activity, sleep, productivity, time and behavior tracking. He will focus on the motivational aspect of these tools and how he uses them to optimize his health and productivity.
We'll have more speakers as well as the usual demo hour and networking afterwards. Hope to see you there!