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GryPHone Lab is an open-access smartphone testbed at the University of Guelph. Our goal is to explore and develop high-impact applications of mobile technology in a range of disciplines, bringing together people capable of programming these devices with others who can make new and novel uses of them.
GryPHoneLab is a smartphone testbed designed to enable mobile systems research that cannot be done in any other way. We enable researchers to instrument and experiment with the Android platform itself, a million-line codebase that runs on billions of devices worldwide.
GryPHone Lab supports short-term projects in a graduate course (starting Fall 2016) open to all graduate students at the University of Guelph, and engages in long-term collaborative research projects. Feel free to contact us if you have a great new idea for Android platform features.
GryPHoneLab is a public smartphone testbed open to researchers and University students. We invite researchers to use our testbed to made possible their idea. GryPHone Lab has facilitated the following smartphone experiments.
This experiment monitors the heart rate of a user through a smartphone application. The main objective is to analyze electrocardiogram data gathered by the phone's sensors to provide personalized heart monitoring.
We examine the use of smartphones along with drones to provide connectivity in emergensy situation. A smartphone application can control the drones and provide temporary connectivity
In this experiment, the students for their 41x project are devising algorithms for real-time prediction of seizures from non-invasive, wireless EEG. The system should perform all pre-processing, feature extraction, and classification locally and only require internet for crowd-sourcing EEG to train a model on remote servers. They chose the Nexus 5 as a representative smartphone with a BTLE radio for interfacing with an Emotiv EPOC+ EEG headset.
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