Gyms around the World, using the SelfLoops Group Fitness service
Some photos of the SelfLoops telemetry from Rimini Wellness 2014.
The SelfLoops Group Fitness application is a powerful service for group heart rate sessions and cardio training.
In the picture below we show its flexibility as it is able to adapt to a variety of different screen sizes and devices. In the image we have the Nexus 7, the Nexus 5 and the Sony Xperia Active.
And if this is not enough, you can project the device’s screen on an external larger display such as TVs or projectors. If the device has a video output port you just need a cable, otherwise you can wirelessly stream your sessions using the Miracast technology.
The new update makes it easy to adapt the screen to different sessions. You can now set the size of the fonts so the squares will be larger or smaller. With the larger fonts you’ll get a better visibility of the numbers on the screen with the tradeoff that fewer users will fit into the screen. However, you can always scroll down to see the complete list. You can select this option on the Settings menu.
This is the screenshot with Large fonts:
This is the screenshot with the Normal fonts:
With the SelfLoops Group Fitness service you can track group cardio training sessions using an Android device. Now you can also stream your sessions wirelessly to TVs and projectors using Miracast™, a technology supported on Android 4.2 and higher.
The Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus 10, and several other Android devices support the Wi-Fi Certified Miracast™ protocol for wireless display. To turn on the wireless display feature, go to Settings > Device > Display > Cast screen > Menu, then check the box next to “Enable Wireless Display.”
Many new TVs and projectors are Miracast enabled, or you can just plug a Miracast dongle on the TV HDMI port.