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
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 Team ProtoCentral
A dress with my painting of flowers on the fabric; fireflies in the flowers blink according to wearer's heart-rate.
Project tutorial by Kitty Yeung
It is a rechargeable waterproof lap counter that does not use a water proof bag separately.
Project tutorial by Oscar Seo
We initially made HealthyPi as HAT add-on board for Raspberry Pi. Now you can run the application on any desktop PC with a USB port.
by Team protocentral
Prevent back pain by detecting bad posture and correct it immediately!
Project tutorial by Gini76
DIY real-time footsteps counter using an Arduino to show the number of steps taken per day on your smartphone.
Project tutorial by Sandeep Dwivedi and Sachin Dwivedi
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
Medical devices are expensive! They don't have to be!
Project in progress by Becky Button
An I2C interface with Blynk.
Project showcase by Vlad_the_destroyer
USING HEARTBEAT SENSOR FOR COUNTING THE NUMBER OF HEARTBEATS per MINUTE
Project tutorial by SURYATEJA
The FIRST stop smoking device! !
Project tutorial by Marc Uberstein
People are always going to age but technology will always be advancing so lets use the advancing technology to fight against aging bodies!
Project tutorial by Austin Detzel
Countdown clock easly configurable, quickly restarted and with alarm.
Project in progress by Team juanc_cilleruelo
A smart gadget made with Arduino that makes sure you never miss your medicine or pills.
Project tutorial by ashraf_minhaj
An outfit made of Martian material. It provides awareness of its environment. Let's protect the Earth even if we can move to Mars.
Tarab is an Arduino-powered dance costume with LEDs which change colour based on the dancer's motion.
Project showcase by Caitlin McDonald
To get my entry pass to our #Seeed10 Annual Party, I weaved out an owl that has two huge light up eyes as my light-up project.
Project tutorial by Meilily Li
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