Monday, November 3, 2014

Thank You & Most Active Tweets (October 2014)

Thanks to Twitter's great Analytics tools, you can find out lots of instant data on the activity of your tweets. Here are some of the more active tweets from my @syangman profile. Have a great weekend and stay active and well with your friends and family!
  1. Interactive Health Tech 140+ readers, 2k+ flips, 750+ articles
  2. Microsoft Band $200 Heart-rate, GPS, UV,
  3. prior to testing completely changes Ss attitudes, mood, & maybe even info retrieval. Concentration 64
  4. Last Week Tonight John Oliver We eat 75 lbs of sugar/year!
  5. Why do we make students sit still in class?
  6. Google Fit: An effortless, comprehensive view of your fitness
  7. Turn Playgrounds Into Game Controllers With This Motion-Sensing Clip
  8. Games for Health via 150 readers, 3200 page flips, 200+ articles
  9. Moov raises $3M for coaching apps for
  10. Air Runner : A Futuristic Flying Companion for Runners
  11. Great new signs & outdoor spaces#OzHPW and congrats for incredible day!
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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Eco-Cam Recycling #Exergaming With a Twist

Committing to sustainability and environmental healthy practices is an important component of wellness and this installation called Eco-Cam certainly could help to promote environmental health. Using a vending machine type installation WondermanBA created an installation that required people to twist water bottles in front of a camera. The camera records your act of eco-kindness and posts it to social media to prove that flexing your muscles can be fun and earth-friendly.

Via Bonaqua and Adeevee



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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

DYOG i-stapps #exergaming


Develop Your Own Game (DYOG) using Nyon's hardware connected to your smartphone or tablet to get your kids (or yourself) more active). As an open-source Kickstarter campaign that only got about 10% to their goal (€245,000), i-Stapps had about 10 games that was to be included in the initial shipment. In many ways it sounds simlar to the Swinxs game system that is also programmable and open-souce. I have to admit that I think it would be fun to program the pads with my kids while using their own imagination.






Via Kickstarter and i-stapps

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Thank you Tweeps & Blog Readers - #10kTweet


I just wanted to take this time and space to thank all of my Twitter Followers (@syangman), readers to my blogs (Exergamelab.org, RockstarPE.org) and other social media accounts for such a great opportunity to share with you my journey of growth and discovery. In honor of my 10,000th Tweet I've changed my Twitter background image to include many of you who I connect with on Twitter frequently. Unfortunately, some of the profile pictures are not viewable, so I am including the image below. Please do not be upset if your photo is not there, as I did not have any control how images were included; but rest assured to know that your feedback and updates are valued. I look forward to connecting with more like-minded souls and organizations and to sharing more of my discoveries and experience in using technology to improve health and wellness. Hail & Health!
Stephen P. Yang

https://flipboard.com/profile/exergamelab 
http://www.scoop.it/t/exergaming
https://paper.li/syangman/1309290515
http://newsana.com/member/stephen-yang




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