March 6, 2012 · 7:00 PM
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Anne Wright (via Skype): The BodyTrack project
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.
Fabien Benetou: QuantifiedSelf, efforts required but still a worthy investment
There is no magic, good things come with a price and QuantifiedSelf isno different. The purpose of this presentation is to briefly show thedifficulties down the road through a list of life stories. Despite all those problems why is it still worth it? How coming together to discuss about it helps?
John Fass: Sleep, and how measuring it affects behaviour and perception. Guidelines for how to design for self measurement.
Clément Vidal: ? (not confirmed)