A wearable device that can conduct ECG and show it on mobile and is available at cheap cost.
Project showcase by Priyanshu and Rushil_Saraswat
From today you can say goodbye to mouses, thanks to the new Gesture Glove, which is able to replace all his function!
by Albani Carlo Amaducci Lorenzo Ferraiuolo Lorenzo
Displays your pulse rate, blood oxygen level and a moving graph of each heart beat, the photoplethysmogram (PPG).
Project in progress by Jeff Magee
We're developing a prototype for a cheap and easy-to-use probe with a potential application in detection and monitoring of cancerous tissue.
Project in progress by Team AccuPatch
Arduino Uno-based device intended for negative wound pressure therapy for hospitals in the developing parts of the world.
Project in progress by jpaulmrphy
A digital baumanometer built using an Arduino Uno board, where the data is analyzed with a slope method in Python.
Project showcase by jaf_soldier009 and Rodrick_17
This exoskeleton was designed to help a patient suffering from paralysis to rehabilitate faster.
This health kit helps to get continuously the data about quality and overall duration of the sleep and to determine the sleeping phases.
Project tutorial by Diana Khalipina
How far and fast can my gerbils, Snuggles and Gingy, run? IR sensor odometer, with ePaper display of daily stats.
Project showcase by hackminster
An assistive technology for individuals affected by nervous system disorders like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.
Project tutorial by 3 developers
Getting some information from human body by using simple sensors and Arduino.
Project tutorial by ElectroPeak
Android app-controlled, Arduino-based kit that provides simultaneous data about body t°, heart rate, room humidity and t° data.
Low cost and noninvasive medical patch that continuously monitors temperature and sends alerts to phone when temperature reaches set limit.
Project in progress by ASU Medical Wearable Team
In modern world, it's very difficult to keep check on patients' health. With my project, you just need to ask Alexa for their pulse rate.
Project tutorial by Madhur Gupta
A photoresistor can sense the subtle changes in light intensity caused by your blood to detect your heartbeat!
This project displays the heart rate at the unit of beats per minute over the Internet so that it can be monitored from anywhere.
Project tutorial by Team Technopaths
It's an eTextile patch for hover, touch, and pressure input, using both resistive and capacitive sensing.
Project showcase by fkeel
A smart glove which converts sign language into Alexa commands. Can also be used for speech.
Project tutorial by Pillai HOC College
Embroidering a freaking laaaaaaseeeerrrrr into clothing ~ Perfect for the holiday season! And it's so bright that it's visible in day light.
Project tutorial by Kitty Yeung
Have you ever wondered how much your hamster actually runs each night? This is a simple (work-in-progress) fitness tracker for hamsters.
Project in progress by Peter Gullberg
I created an electrocardiogram using TouchDesigner. The image moves according to the value of the sensor connected Arduino.
Project tutorial by HomeMadeGarbage
Easy setup via .txt file.
Project tutorial by Mr_Glenn
A device that prevents caretakers from leaving loved ones in unattended vehicles, which can possibly be unsafe due to the environment.
Project in progress by Deah Jonae Gooden
Creating E-health care system that allows easier, better, and faster communications between patients, doctors, and hospitals.
Project showcase by Akatsuki
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