Month: March 2010
…here goes nothing. Mobile Logger submitted.
Just submitted MobileLogger to the AppStore. Hoping this goes smoothly given my tight schedule for thesis. For reference, when there are multiple versions of Xcode / iPhone SDK, specifically a beta version alongside the release version, and using xcodebuild command…explicitly set the xcode path to the release version or the application may be built against […]
Calling NYC cyclists!
I’m looking for some beta testers for my iPhone data logger application. I’m specifically soliciting bicycle riders to record their rides around New York City in support of my thesis research involving visualizing the cyclist experience. This is a proof-of-concept exploration in what a ubiquitous mobile sensor network could possibly look like, using existing technology […]
Thesis Proposal – Draft
Thesis Proposal Title Where do we go now? Thesis Statement I will create a series of visualizations attempting to decipher the experiences of a large group of cyclists in New York City. The project has two principle components: data collection and analysis / visualization. Personal Statement Riding a bicycle provides me with a sense of […]
Golden Cheetah featured on nyvelocity.com
Golden Cheetah has gotten a really nice write-up on the “bike racing, news and events” site nyvelocity.com. The article was featured on the front page for a time, sporting the brand new icon from Dan Schmalz. A couple of weeks ago I sat down with Andy Shen over lunch and discussed the project, it’s developer community […]
Close to Home
Our assignment last week was to use Foursquare to log our daily travels. This week, we were asked to use a classmate’s Foursquare check-in history as the source of our visualizations. I was given Bryan Lence’s data and set off to see what was there. Over the past few weeks I’ve been teaching myself the R […]