This project consists on a mouse controlled with the movement of the head, using a gyroscope and an Arduino Micro.
Project in progress by Gabry295
Displays your pulse rate, blood oxygen level and a moving graph of each heart beat, the photoplethysmogram (PPG).
Project in progress by Jeff Magee
Allows students, educators, and hobbyists to learn about biomedicine by monitoring heart rate, temperature, and other physiological metrics.
Project in progress by Orlando Hoilett
Tracking teeth grinding at night.
Project in progress by Team Grindbit
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
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
Medical devices are expensive! They don't have to be!
Project in progress by Becky Button
Having problems sinking your birdie putts? Maybe your putter grip is on crooked! This project gives you a way to perfectly align your grip.
Project in progress by Hunter Mitchell
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
Countdown clock easly configurable, quickly restarted and with alarm.
Project in progress by Team juanc_cilleruelo
Night lights that helps you to sleep
Project in progress by Team Sleep EZ
This is a bicycle racing game machine using Hall sensor and Unity3D racing game kit. It's very useful to use on diet.
Project in progress by luxlike
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
To relieve mentally handicapped students' effort and time spent in training walking, Walk Helper with Curie Board will help them.
Project in progress by 3 developers
This sleeve uses a Lilypad, accelerometer, and Buzzer to determine whether or not a wrist flick is consistent or not.
Project in progress by justin_hiles
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