When Bryan Mazlish’s son was diagnosed with Type I diabetes, there were unexpected challenges. Managing diabetes on a day-to-day basis was tough, so he hacked into his son’s insulin pump and continuous glucose monitor to create the world’s first ambulatory real-world artificial pancreas. Now his mission is to make it available to everyone. Bryan Mazlish: A nice demo that we showed at Google IO earlier this summer, where we showed our
In my previous blog post, I did a walkthrough of my data prep process for the Iron Viz competition. In this post, I will dive into the steps I took to build the small multiple gauge chart. As I mentioned in my previous post, I tweaked Ken Flerlage’s version of this chart to be able to implement this view on my dashboard. Why I Chose a Small Multiple Gauge Chart
Making life a little easier after loss It’s difficult after losing a limb to become accustomed to prosthetics. It’s obviously very different than the limb a person lost, one that naturally and easily responds to what the brain tells it to do. With innovations in prosthetics, however, ease of use is on the rise. By using machine learning, researchers are able to significantly smooth out prosthetic movements and better interpret brain signals.