Monday was a long day that saw a lot of things accomplished and today is shaping up the same way. We’ve gotten a lot done and are really getting into the detail work at this point.
Highlights of the current status:
- Our central processing component is now accepting connections from all the different components and receiving/broadcasting streamed data to each.
- We have documented our proposed schema changes to the Indivo personal health record server and created classes modeled on that schema.
- We’re sending actual messages back and forth from the different clients rather than pure connectivity tests.
- Our Unity code is able to take pulse rate data and provide the patient with visual and audio feedback cues (slow down, keep it up, etc)
- The central processing component is able to tie in X number of algorithms to process the motion and heart rate data, and work is being done on the specific algorithms that we plan to implement as part of this project
- Solid progress has been made to add a CollaboRythm (cross-platform Indivo client created by the MIT New Media Medicine group) plugin to display the data we are tracking in our system
- Completed and submitted our script for the promo video
We’re still on track to complete all of our goals and achieve a little bit more than the initial plan, so the team is feeling pretty good right now.