Quantified Self Show & Tell Meetup
Xinchejian, Thursday (5/23) @ 7PM
Are you interested in working on Quantified Self (QS) projects? Do you have experience with biosensors or self-tracking? Welcome! Please join in to listen or share your own ideas or experience with QS!
The goal of the Quantified Self Working Group at Xinchejian is to develop new projects and continue working on existing QS projects. This can include self-tracking, biosensors, hacking existing devices or building new ones! Please feel free to join even if you don't have a project idea but are a user of self-tracking devices and you would like to share your experiences. All participants will have an opportunity to give a brief description and/or demo of their project, idea, or self-tracking experience, and we will then breakout into smaller groups based on shared interests.
Time: Thursday, May 23 at 7PM
Location: Xinchejian - 1035 Changle Lu, 2nd floor, Near Wulumuqi Lu - 长乐路1035号2楼,近乌鲁木齐路
Organizer: Abe Caplan
What is Quantified Self? For even more info check out QuantifiedSelf.com and also please contribute to the QS Wiki Page at Xinchejian! )
Quantified Self is a collaboration of users and tool makers who share an interest in self knowledge through self-tracking. We exchange information about our personal projects, the tools we use, tips we’ve gleaned, lessons we’ve learned. We blog, meet face to face, and collaborate online. There are three main “branches” to our work.
*The Quantified Self blog and community site. You are here! This is the central hub, where we keep track of all important goings-on, and you will soon be able to make connections, develop ongoing collaborations, and share detailed documentation of your personal projects.
*Quantified Self Show&Tell meetings. These are face-to-face meetings, very fun and interesting, where you can see QS projects first hand and meet QS people in your local area. The meetings started in the San Francisco Bay Area, but local chapters are springing up all over the world. If there is not yet a meeting in your area, and you wish there were, you can learn how to start one by reading: How to Start Your Own QS Show&Tell.