Revolution at MacWorld

jcwall at jcwall at
Sat Dec 6 00:53:29 EST 2003


I have a stack which I developed in MetaCard which I will be 
converting to RunRev.  If that disqualifies me don't bother 
reading further.

The stack has been developed to assess functional mobility, 
particularly in the elderly who are prone to falls.  
Essentially I time how long it takes a patient to dod some task 
such as standing up from a chair or walking.  The stack has 
two elements, the first of which is to show a clinician how to 
run the test.  This is done primarily through QT movies.  The 
second part allows the clinician to time the various tasks 
within the test.  This is done using the mouse button as the 
input device and clicking on a picture of a stopwatch.  The 
stack also calculates the results and presents them in text and 
graphic formats.

If you think this might be of interest I would be delighted to 
demonstrate it.

Jim Wall

----- Original Message -----
From: Heather Williams <heather at>
Date: Friday, December 5, 2003 7:21 pm
Subject: Revolution at MacWorld

> Dear List members,
> Revolution will have its biggest presence ever at MacWorld 
> Francisco(5th-9th Jan). We'll be showing off Revolution at 
> number 935 and we
> would love to see as many of you there as can come! Don't 
> also on the
> 9th and 10th will be the first ever Revolution Seminar and 
> shaping up to
> be a hugely fun and exciting event: 
> If any of you live locally or will be attending and have 
> made with
> Rev you'd like to bring along and evangalise on the booth, 
> contact me
> directly asap, heather at, and we'll see what we 
> arrange. We've
> already got some great offers (can't wait to try out If Monks 
> Macs).
> Looking forward to seeing you there!
> Warm regards
> Heather
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