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Very nice blog post by Jawbone up developer about foods that go together in a meal:

Meal of For...
Posted: 29/07/2014
Nice blog on designing a quantified self dashboard:

The beginning of...
Posted: 22/07/2014
Wat een stilte ademen deze verlaten plekken. Heel poetisch...

30 Abandoned Places that Look Truly Beautiful
Take a tour of the wo...
Posted: 17/07/2014
New post on the tools for awareness blog: Virtual View: conducting experiment two #experiment #data #EventIDE

Virtual View: condu...
Posted: 17/07/2014
Wow, amazing new shield that lets you Android phone talk to your Arduino:

1Sheeld | The Revolutionary Arduino Shield
Posted: 03/07/2014

Laatste blog berichten van het tools for awareness ontwikkel blog

Our ideal for the execution of the second experiment was to have 60 participants of 40 years and older. There would be two labs where the experiment would be held in alternating rooms over 3 days. The rooms would be … Continue reading
Posted: 17/07/2014
After conducting and analysing the first experiment some points of improvement emerged. The differences in heart-rate between the sets weren’t significant so we want to create more extremes in heart-rate. One group will get a heart-rate enhancing trigger and there … Continue reading
Posted: 30/06/2014
In this post I want to give an overview of the results of the first and I will spare you the heavy statistic speak. So don’t expect a scientific article. The data is there and I may write a proper … Continue reading
Posted: 20/06/2014
For the third time I’ve visited the Quantified Self Europe conference in Amsterdam. I had been looking forward to it but was also a bit nervous because I was asked to take part in a panel discussion on Sunday morning. … Continue reading
Posted: 04/06/2014
Now that the research goal is clear, the stimuli are collected and the methods are clear and integrated in the EventIDE experiment it was time to look for participants. We needed at least 30 participants equally divided between men and … Continue reading
Posted: 23/04/2014