This project works as an Interpreter, converts hand gestures into text or voice or in commands.
Project showcase by Sachin Kr. Verma
Gest-chair is a smart gesture controlled device developed to help wheelchair-bound people by automating the wheelchair.
Project showcase by Team Next Tech Lab
Bosco tests are designed to assess the morphofunctional characteristics of one's legs muscles as well as their neuromuscular skills.
Project showcase by CAMICE+FOXYSETA
Adding real-time feedback to a CPR manikin. Allows for depth, rate, time and chest recoil monitoring.
Project showcase by David Escobar
Low cost robots to assist recovery of patients with non-traumatic brain injuries.
Project showcase by Team Theragym
The ExoMIND Glove is a stroke rehabilitation device used to generate biofeedback for physical therapists and patients.
Project showcase by Purdue MIND
Self-stabilizing spoon for Parkinson's sufferers who have difficulty eating on their own because of serious tremors.
Project showcase by LeeSangGyu
This project will allow you to control someone through the internet using the MKR1000 and Electric Muscle Stimulation also known as EMS.
Project showcase by PureCarbon
The ultimate upgrade to your hat.
Project showcase by EyalSch
An IoT wearable technology to haptically guide users with visual impairments/obstructions while monitoring their environment.
Project showcase by 4 developers
An I2C interface with Blynk.
Project showcase by Vlad_the_destroyer
This project consists of 2 devices. the first one is wearable and monitors temperature, second one will control the temperature.
Project showcase by Mahdi Hajebi
A wireless headset which allows you to control devices through cerebral waves. It works with two sensors and a Bluetooth shield.
Project showcase by Daniel Rossi
In this project we show how we made a single-lead ECG monitor for heart-rate variability using the MAX30003 and an Arduino Uno.
Project showcase by ProtoCentral
Heart beat count and steps count are calculated and calories burnt is retrieved from it and displayed using POV through IOT.
Project showcase by sayinath karuppanan
Tarab is an Arduino-powered dance costume with LEDs which change colour based on the dancer's motion.
Project showcase by Caitlin McDonald
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