Medical devices are expensive! They don't have to be!
Project in progress by Becky Button
The main board sends vibration pulses to the wireless bracelets, then the vibrating motor gives user the beat.
Project showcase by Anthony Chan
DIY real-time footsteps counter using an Arduino to show the number of steps taken per day on your smartphone.
Project tutorial by Sachin Dwivedi and Sandeep Dwivedi
Allows students, educators, and hobbyists to learn about biomedicine by monitoring heart rate, temperature, and other physiological metrics.
Project in progress by Orlando Hoilett
Self-stabilizing spoon for Parkinson's sufferers who have difficulty eating on their own because of serious tremors.
Project showcase by LeeSangGyu
This system identifies footballer's skills, performance & moves that are difficult to identify during play or training.
Project tutorial by Team Doppelgangers
Heart attack is killing over 375,000 Americans every year. and this project wants to stop this.
Project tutorial by Mahdi Hajebi
Help to train and improve your handstand!
Project tutorial by Andrea De Gaetano
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
ADITI is a connected bodysuit heating enabled incubator for preterm infants measuring ECG, Heart Rate, SpO2, Temp & Respiration comfortably.
Project tutorial by Team ADITI
My application is based on the use of this kind of devices to connect our body to the cloud.
Project tutorial by smartwear
A dress with Curie's pattern matching engine on Arduino101 to control the embedded LEDs, which makes constellations show up on the dress.
Project tutorial by Kitty Yeung
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
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
Good vision is a precious gift but unfortunately loss of vision is becoming common now-a-days. Smart cap can help with navigation.
Project tutorial by Niranjan
Connect your smartphone to your helmet over Bluetooth and use turn indicators on your helmet by tapping a button on the screen!
Project showcase by Kristjan Berce
An I2C interface with Blynk.
Project showcase by Vlad_the_destroyer
Mobile electronical device for blind and visual impaired people mobility.
by Fabrizio Lapiello
Arduino 101 and the his BLE Bluethooth feature connection for monitoring the pulse on nRF Toolbox.
Project tutorial by Giovanni Gentile
A water bottle that can keep track of your water intake and reminds you to drink enough water.
Project tutorial by Md. Khairul Alam
NeoPixel RGB LED strips for lights and an RGB LED star made this Arduino programmable holiday sweater fun to tinker with.
Project tutorial by Mike Combs
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
Wearable for monitoring the health condition of patients who have suffered or are in risk of having a cardiac arrest.
Project tutorial by Team Technomadic
Add Arduino and a Force Resistor Sensor to your next healthcare simulation project to detect the amount of pressure applied on a site!
Project tutorial by David Escobar
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