Wilmington, North Carolina – Coming in the top seven apps out of over six hundred entries in a recent app contest announced on the popular 4-Hour Workweek blog from author and entrepreneur Tim Ferriss, a clever new app concept is now in development thanks to an inspirational guest post from Chad Mureta. Already creating several successful apps and app development companies, Mureta laid out the groundwork on turning a passion into an app.
That inspiration affected many to get started, including body hacking health enthusiast Matt Dizon. Dizon immediately starting putting together the idea for a weight loss app in order to enter the contest, but primarily did so over striking eureka on how to package a creative way to combine science and technology into a winning mobile app for iPhone and Android based smartphones that can put a new tool into the hands of those struggling with weight loss.
While the ability to utilize brain waves and frequencies is still evolving, the method to deliver them to a mobile device via app made perfect sense to new founded app developer Dizon. “It was like a ton of bricks hit me after reading Chad’s insightful article”, said Dizon. “I finally had found a way to package the ability to lose weight via sound frequencies, as nearly everyone has or will soon have a smartphone in their hand, it was perfect sense to pursue this,” he went on to say.
Sounding straight out of Star Wars, DietOrb utilizes what is known as reactive brain frequencies with Isochronic tones in order to produce a sound that trains the human brain to speed up normal metabolism patterns, and eventually promoting a trend of natural weight loss with regular use. An interesting concept, Dizon stated final ongoing approval for use is now awaiting and app development has begun with an intended release on September 11, 2012.
However, interested users can head online as Dizon and team have already created an informational website and personal insight from test trial subjects who are using the technology in pre-app form, along with further explanation on how DietOrb will work for weight loss. A mind alerting tool for weight loss? Seems there will be an app for that also in the coming months.
DietOrb is by independent developer Matt Dizon and established in 2012 after being inspired to start app development from a story about successful app pioneer Chad Mureta on the 4-Hour Workweek blog by Tim Ferriss. Copyright (C) 2012 TinyPlanet Software LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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