Self-tracking of subjective experience made simple


Watch TOTTI Labs co-founder Thomas Blomseth Christiansen demo TOTTI instruments
and the ideas behind at the Quantified Self 2016 Public Health Symposium (5 minute video).



Software for turning consumer wearables and IoT devices into research instrumentation for capturing observations of subjective experience.


Advice on how to use wearable instrumentation to acquire data on subjective experience in your research and on getting it set up right.


Management and operation of the dataflow from the TOTTI instruments to your research data repositories.


Jakob Eg Larsen, PhD

Jakob is a researcher in human-computer interaction and an associate professor at Technical University of Denmark where he is heading the mobile informatics and personal data lab. His research particularly focuses on the Quantified Self phenomenon. He has been developing research systems and instrumentation for self-tracking as well as user interfaces for personal data visualization and is teaching a master's level course in personal data interaction. Jakob has presented his research and self-tracking at several Quantified Self conferences.

Thomas Blomseth Christiansen, MSc

Thomas is a technologist and entrepreneur with a special interest in personal health data that we may create by making conscious observations of our subjective experience and daily living. He has been building technology for this kind of active self-tracking since 2009. Thomas has been self-tracking extensively himself and has among other things fixed his pollen allergy. He is likely best known for a unique data set of all his sneezes during five years as featured in Quantified Self talks and by global, online media.


Copenhagen, Denmark

TOTTI Labs is a brand under Konsulent Blomseth (a company registered in Denmark with CVR number 27746861)