Costs around $120 USD (incredibly cheap compared to competitors) and uses easy-to-find components.
Project showcase by Pablerdo
This simple arduino project counts every push up you do and displays it on an LCD. It also provides visual and auditory support.
Project showcase by glerumkyle
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
I have used a heartbeat sensor module which senses the heartbeat upon putting a finger on the sensor.
Project showcase by Zorzonel Vlad
Adding real-time feedback to a CPR manikin. Allows for depth, rate, time and chest recoil monitoring.
Project showcase by David Escobar
A senseless, badly implemented idea for anybody to improve: ASCII-Braille real-time translation via Arduino.
Project showcase by CesareBrizio
In order to achieve more indoor physical exercise while there is a threat of SARS-COV-2 outdoors, I worked on this simple game controller.
Project showcase by Kristof
How far and fast can my gerbils, Snuggles and Gingy, run? IR sensor odometer, with ePaper display of daily stats.
Project showcase by hackminster
Low cost robots to assist recovery of patients with non-traumatic brain injuries.
Project showcase by Team Theragym
A modified electric wheel chair controlled by the leap motion providing unparalleled control over the wheelchair and household appliances.
Project showcase by Hobospider
Wheelchair whose motion can be controlled using simple hand gestures.
Project showcase by Monil Patel
A digital baumanometer built using an Arduino Uno board, where the data is analyzed with a slope method in Python.
Project showcase by Rodrick_17 and jaf_soldier009
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
Creating E-health care system that allows easier, better, and faster communications between patients, doctors, and hospitals.
Project showcase by Akatsuki
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
It's an eTextile patch for hover, touch, and pressure input, using both resistive and capacitive sensing.
Project showcase by fkeel
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
This is a device I am working on called the BecDot which is a literacy teaching tool I invented for our daughter Rebecca.
Project showcase by Jacob Lacourse
Really? A pitch? What is this?
Project showcase by Aditya Arun Kumar
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