Life Logger

Experience Sampling or Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA), as defined in Springer by Dr. C. Renn Upchurch Sweeney, refers to a collection of methods often used in behavioral medicine research by which a research participant repeatedly reports on symptoms, affect, behavior, and cognitions close in time to experience and in the participants’ natural environment. Technologies such as written…

Workout Dashboard

In the present context of health-related applications, graphical visualization of physiological data gathered from multiple sources can convey significant information about the health of an individual, the trends in the variation of certain physiological parameters and can also enable prediction of the future health of the individual. For patients of Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) in…

OverNerd@CMU

Joe Dirt is a new student at Carnegie Mellon University. His Physics class has had several tough assignments and quizzes as of late, and Joe finds himself falling behind. Joe wants to form a study group for the upcoming midterm; however, as a new student Joe does not know other students in the class. The…

Project Track My Bus

This project designs an access point which provides for a dynamic passenger information system (PIS) available on public displays at bus stops and bus terminals. The access point is microcontroller based and is designed using the Arduino Uno. In addition, an Android device with a GPS transmitter app is placed in every bus which is to…