We are a small non-profit with a unique Java-based natural time in real time
"KinderClock" currently available for free on the web as an applet, and also
available as a .jar application program. We believe that our unique
patent-pending clock (with its symbolic non-photic cues per passing of day
and night may be very useful in helping those suffering from a variety of
illnesses associated with impaired biological clocks, such as bipolar
disorder, migraines, cluster headaches, insomnia and Sundown Syndrome in
Alzheimer's patients. (See our prototype site GreenTyme.org for a little
more about us and our KC.)
Very early results of our web-based version indicate that verifying our
"non-photic cue" hypothesis will now require VERY low price, very low
performance standalone wall-mountable and table models of KC clocks --
hopefully using some version of GumStix small form factor technologies in
conjunction with a wide range of low cost color LCD displays.
Can some of you guide us about what we might need from the GumStix company
in order to have GumStix versions of our KC, preferably using a version of
our original standard Java code? Note: a copy of our .jar program can made
available to you.
Greatly looking forward to hearing back from some of you GumStix experts!
Yale S.Y. Landsberg, Executive Director -- unpaid
GreenTyme Academy for Chrono-Cognitive Therapies
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