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Quick Start Guide
History of Major Design Decisions
Ongoing Validation Testing
Which Phones Can be Used and how? (coming soon)
Phone Testing Procedure (coming soon)
Obtaining Wockets Hardware
Option 1: Make Them Yourself (Detailed Info on Assembly) (Coming soon)
Option 2: Buy Them in Small Quantities (Coming soon)
Option 3: Collaborate with Wockets Team (use loaners) (Coming soon)
Testing and Calibrating Wockets
Calibrating a Wocket
Testing a Wocket (coming soon)
Google Code Site
(all software, including firmware)
HW Design History and Tech Specs
Wockets data formats (coming soon)
Wockets Software Architecture (coming soon)
Wockets Timestamp Correction (coming soon)
Wocket Enclosure and Band
Housing V3 Sealer Construction
Sensor Housing V4 concept and production
Bands and poach concept and production
Activity Recognition Software
Research Papers - Reading List
Wireless Sensor Kits
Other BT Sensors
Open Source Hardware
Open Source Tips
Physical Activity Conferences
Legacy Stuff (e.g., MITes)
MITes Design Info
Files for MIT/Stanford/UT/Northeastern Projects
Here is a list of
interesting services that use sensors in mobile phones
in some new or creative way. These are not necessarily related to physical activity, but to health tracking in some way. They might ultimately benefit from new services that could be provided using Wocket-like devices and activity recognition.
Map your activities and share with friends on mobile phone using GPS.
Advice and feedback on weight managment through mobile phones.
Personalized nutritional information based on photos of what someone eats.
Inspirational message delivery using mobile text messaging.
Tweet what you eat!
Using twitter to capture dietary intake information.
Heart rate signal processing to measure mental, physiological stress and training effect.
Runkeeper iPhone app
An app built for the 3G iPhone that uses the built-in GPS to track outdoor fitness activities including duration, distance, pace, speed, and path travelled on a map.
iPhone/iPod digital fitness companion
Concept system that includes an iTunes-like software application, hardware-based heart rate and physiological sensors, a rewards tracker, and a component to facilitate synchronous group activities.
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