Fluxtream capture for iOS. Records and uploads:
- Motion (10 Hz, acceleration and orientation)
- Photos, with tags and comments
- Heart rate and R-R timings for every heart beat from Polar H7
Heart rate requires hardware with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE, or Bluetooth Smart) support, such as
- iPhone 4s, 5, or later
- iPad 3, 4, or later
- iPod 4th generation, or later
More info on heart rate capture, R-R timings, and heart rate variability (HRV) at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eEdfpfL9Jy9EX9_FvWuDv7pA_mWHkcgZfS6ggxaTZD0/edit
Fluxtream Capture can upload photos from your photo roll on demand, or it can automatically upload some or all as well. If you want automatic upload, you can select which photo orientations to automatically upload:
- Landscape left
- Landscape right If you select all orientations, all of your photos will be uploaded. If you only want to upload some and not others, consider turning on automatic upload for two of the four orientations -- this lets you express whether to upload a photo simply by rotating your phone when you take the picture.
You can add tags or a comment to a photo whenever you like -- either before or after upload is fine.
Fluxtream Capture is written in Objective C and C++. Simply open FluxtreamCapture.xcodeproj in Xcode 4.6.2+, connect your iPhone, and hit command-R to build and run on your phone.
More info on building and distributing the app at the Fluxtream wiki, https://fluxtream.atlassian.net/wiki/display/FLX/Fluxtream+Capture+iOS+Development