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Hello! This webpage is about me, Seth Westphal. I do not usually talk about myself, but hey, this is my about page. Now to tell you a brief history about myself...

  • 4th Grade: I started tearing apart computers and putting them back together correctly.
  • 5th Grade: I started learning my first programming language, HTML.
  • 6th Grade: I got my hands on an Epson HX-20 and started learning the BASIC programming language.
  • 7th Grade: I started learning AppleScript, which is by far the sanest programming language I've ever used.
  • 8th Grade: I joined Lutheran Vanguard of Wisconsin and a FIRST FRC team, Fondy Fire.
  • 9th Grade: I started learning C++, which is so far the most powerful language I've learned.
  • 10th Grade: I released my first program, a Metronome for the Nintendo Wii. As of this writing, it has had over 25,000 downloads.
  • 11th Grade: I released a website called TaggedBack, which offers a simple way to document the things that you own allowing for easier return if they are lost!
  • 12th Grade: I updated my Wii Metronome (v1.3) with a much needed graphical user interface (GUI) and some other cool features.

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    1. Howdy Seth,
      I am trying to teach a bunch of youngsters that all have ADD or ADHD. There is a program called Interactive Metronome that has had startling great success. I researched and found something similar for the WII DSI. What is needed is your metronome program that will yield visual or audio responses from (on) the standard WII. It will signal the child as to about how far off their rhythm is with the rhythm being set by WII. Anything less than 15ms difference is given as acceptable while 3ms or less is considered perfect timing.

      The student will wave hands, clap, or move feet (WII exercise platform) to the rhythm of the WII and the timing difference is shown graphically.

      Please give me your thoughts about doing such a thing.
      Thanks much for your time and attention,
      Dr Dan


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