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An ever-increasing number of smart technologies are being developed all over the world to coach people on healthier, as well as more responsible behaviors, providing them timely and ubiquitously with personalized information and support. Marlin is one such wearable swim coach, specifically for distance swimmers, which constantly monitors a swimmer's performance and provides them necessary real-time feedback through sonification while swimming. It is a tool for coaches to plan a detailed training program, set new targets and sync them to the swimmers' device.
Hearing loss is an invisible condition, and from which only its effects can be measured, and its effects may be hard to recognize specially when there is not point of comparison. Effects of hearing loss may be attributed to distraction, environmental noise, aloofness, confusion, or personality changes. It is a major public health issue representing the third most common physical condition after arthritis and heart disease. It affects a quarter of US population in the ages of 20 to 69, although few acknowledge the problem.
Improve the usabilty of a vaccine data visualization, including ways to visualize uncertainty

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