If you want a device that could measure your heart beat and plot its curve trace on an OLED display, then this will be your best guide.
Project tutorial by MEGA DAS
The aim is to convert basic symbols that represent the 26 English letters as mentioned under American Sign Language script and display.
Project in progress by 3 developers
This work the design and implementation of a digital system based on open hardware development board applied to heart rate estimation.
Project tutorial by javiergonzalezb
A hardware timer to support your gym workout, and can influence you to complete the exercises in predefined time period.
Project tutorial by Pramod C Wickramasinghe
3-channel EMG allows to control individual fingers with very little delay.
Project tutorial by Dmitry Dziuba
We're developing a prototype for a cheap and easy-to-use probe with a potential application in detection and monitoring of cancerous tissue.
Project in progress by Team AccuPatch
Wheelchair whose motion can be controlled using simple hand gestures.
Project showcase by Monil Patel
A rather convenient device to monitor heart rate while running.
I implemented an Arduino NFC reader inside my motorbike so I'm able to start and stop it just with the implant in my hand.
Project showcase by bujna94
LED ring that blinks to your heart beats and displays current BPM both by number and color of illuminated LEDs.
A senseless, badly implemented idea for anybody to improve: ASCII-Braille real-time translation via Arduino.
Project showcase by CesareBrizio
Arduino Uno-based device intended for negative wound pressure therapy for hospitals in the developing parts of the world.
Project in progress by jpaulmrphy
Record your exertions on the Borg scale.
Project tutorial by Mr_Glenn
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
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
Project tutorial by Team Purdue MIND
Design of assistance to the visually impaired with removable prototype to be used in any clothes and powered by the cell phone.
by 5 developers
This exoskeleton was designed to help a patient suffering from paralysis to rehabilitate faster.
This is a bicycle racing game machine using Hall sensor and Unity3D racing game kit. It's very useful to use on diet.
Project in progress by luxlike
MAX86150 puts ECG and SPO2 on a single chip, opening new opportunities for calculation of pulse transit time and indirect blood pressure.
by Team Protocentral
Train your Genuino 101 and use it to classify your simple activities, send your data to AWS IoT and plot it with Redash.
Project tutorial by 3 developers
This health kit helps to get continuously the data about quality and overall duration of the sleep and to determine the sleeping phases.
Project tutorial by Diana Khalipina
Introduction low-cost IoT device for mobility-impaired users.
Project tutorial by Enrico Miglino
How far and fast can my gerbils, Snuggles and Gingy, run? IR sensor odometer, with ePaper display of daily stats.
Project showcase by hackminster
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