Mobile electronical device for blind and visual impaired people mobility.
by Fabrizio Lapiello
A smartwatch with fall and location detection, reminders and more, designed to help you or your loved one with Alzheimer's!
Project tutorial by Abdullah Sadiq
The ExoMIND Glove is a stroke rehabilitation device used to generate biofeedback for physical therapists and patients.
Project showcase by Purdue MIND
Allows students, educators, and hobbyists to learn about biomedicine by monitoring heart rate, temperature, and other physiological metrics.
Project in progress by Orlando Hoilett
The Sub-Q Warmer is a subcutaneous fluid warmer for cats with kidney conditions that cannot drink enough water to maintain hydration.
Project tutorial by MatrixOrbital
This system identifies footballer's skills, performance & moves that are difficult to identify during play or training.
Project tutorial by Team Doppelgangers
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
Get the best night's sleep by using Alexa and Arduino to monitor the conditions in your bedroom, make suggestions and help you sleep better.
Project tutorial by Jey Biddulph
My application is based on the use of this kind of devices to connect our body to the cloud.
Project tutorial by Team smartwear
Heat brings along challenges for the differently-abled. Let's build a bladeless fan, wireless pacemaker and communication aid to help them!
Project tutorial by Manan Rai
Thermally insulated box that maintains sensitive samples like vaccines and cells at the desired temperature via battery or 12V sources.
Project tutorial by Viola Introini and Dean Kos
An IoT wearable technology to haptically guide users with visual impairments/obstructions while monitoring their environment.
Project showcase by 4 developers
Our device is for primary care physicians as well as at home patients to treat Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo with ease.
Project tutorial by Purdue MIND
Low cost robots to assist recovery of patients with non-traumatic brain injuries.
Project showcase by Team Theragym
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
Project tutorial by Team Purdue MIND
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