SF Bay Area Meetup Recap

November 30, 2016

On November 17th, the Bay Area and SF Meetup groups hosted QS Show&Tell talks at WeWork Mid-Market. Thank you to everybody who came and presented. We saw some brilliant talks, including one about tracking during pregnancy with data challenging common, supposedly scientific pregnancy advice, and a talk outlining a fascinating self-study of bruxism (teeth grinding) based on a DIY wearable sensor to capture muscle tension and an infrared camera filming all night. We also had a crew from National Geographic documenting the evening for a short show they are making about Quantified Self. Here are links to some of the talks!

1. Erica Forazni “Tracking Pregnancy and Baby Growth”
2. Mark Moschel, “Tracking Ketones”
3. Peter Kuhar, “Tracking my Bruxism”
4. Tahl Milburn, “Quantifying My Mental and Experiential State”

Mark your calendar for our next All Bay Area QS Meetup on January 26th, 2017 at the Wells Fargo Room located at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. Just let us know when you sign up if you want to present.

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