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iPhone App that uses the movement sensor

We require a iPhone App that will use the movement sensor to measure the breath rate of the user when they rest the iPhone on their body somewhere (such as chest, stomach or pelvis) that is effective at measuring the slight movements and if they are relaxed or erratic to determine the relaxation state of the individual.

The iPhone App will be very similar in design and functionality to an existing App called "BellyBio" that is a free app. Everything you see in that app will be required but extra features in particular, signing up to become a user of a website where there data will be logged and the ability to configure some things such as sending the data live to the website, or to store the logs on the iPhone and upload at the end as well as deal with the fact when there is no internet connection and then uploading them once there is internet connection. Like a background internet test and then uploads as soon as it can.

The ability to see the dots on the Planet Earth will need to be live and refresh each minute for the data.

The music being in time with the breathing and it being motion set is important and needs to be understood.

The Website will provide data in XML format over http for the iPhone to read and will accept data via POST parameters over http.

The data sent to the website will need to be in a format so as to reproduce the graphs and readings seen in the App.

Habilidades: Engenharia, iPhone, Mobile App Development, Gestão de projetos, Arquitetura de software, Teste de Software

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( 128 comentários ) Australia

ID do Projeto: #3060709