I recently finished my master’s degree at the University of Applied Sciences in St. Pölten and am now a Digital Healthcare engineer. Maybe you’d like to check out my repositories on GitHub, read my dev-blog or have a look at my portfolio.
This iPhone application allows to easily convert arabic numbers to roman numbers and vice versa. Palatino ships with a special keyboard facilitating the process of typing in numbers.
Shock is an iPhone application which helps you find AEDs in Vienna an perform high-quality CPR. It uses Open Data and combines it with an ambulanceman's knowledge. Call 144 directly from the app or find first aid classes provided by "Four for Vienna".
Eddi asks for your age and resting heart rate and calculates your perfect, personalized traing heart rate using the Karvonen formula. It also calulates Sally Edward's heart rate zones.
pSTaRT implements the popular modified simple triage and rapid treatment questionnaire and makes it pocket. It helps rescue service professionals quickly determine the severness of the victim's injuries.
During my master's degree I was researching the impact of Mixed Reality on the learning behaviour of physio and occupational therapists. The HoloLens application allows students to see a 3D model of a human hand complete with descriptive labels.
NWDatabase is an XML-driven database solution with limited functionality. It was intended to be a database alternative for systems that did not support more advanced technologies like SQLite.
Looking for a nearby christmas market in Vienna. You'd like some hot Punsch? This web application guides you there using open data.