Sometimes we wake up feeling sick despite having slept long enough. We want to answer for ourselves -- why?
What it does
Every morning you evaluate your mood and energy on a subjective scale of 1 to 10. Combining this data with Oura ring measurements, the app groups your nights by bedtime and sleep duration. It's an attempt to demonstrate on your own data how much sleep you need to feel best and at what time.
This complements the original Oura app: while the latter gives you general recommendations based on "book knowledge", in effect forcing everyone to a single "optimal on average" sleeping pattern, we let you experiment and discover your unique personal traits.
How we built it
We developed a native Android app collecting data from all sources and visualizing patterns on the screen.
Challenges we ran into
Time. Hackathon is a challenge in itself!
Accomplishments that we're proud of
It is a tool we could use in daily life to understand ourselves.
What we learned
We've been first time Android developers.
What's next for lorë calibrator
Collecting the data for several weeks and establishing whether subjective mood indeed correlates with numeric measurements. Adding support for more widespread sleep trackers, such as FitBit.