Getting some information from human body by using simple sensors and Arduino.
Project tutorial by ElectroPeak
Adding real-time feedback to a CPR manikin. Allows for depth, rate, time and chest recoil monitoring.
Project showcase by David Escobar
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
Allows students, educators, and hobbyists to learn about biomedicine by monitoring heart rate, temperature, and other physiological metrics.
Project in progress by Orlando Hoilett
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
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
Hook up your Arduino to take a look at your ECG, respiration and heart rate using TI's amazing ADS1292R chip.
Project tutorial by Team ProtoCentral
Gather data and develop algorithm to distinguish walking and running.
Project tutorial by Jayraj Desai
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
Heart attack is killing over 375,000 Americans every year. and this project wants to stop this.
Project tutorial by Mahdi Hajebi
Prevent back pain by detecting bad posture and correct it immediately!
Project tutorial by Gini76
Collect data such as step count, lost calories, temperature, etc.
Project tutorial by Bruno Gabriel
Shows you how you can connect ProtoCentral's MAX30100 breakout board to an Arduino for PulseOx and heart rate measurement and visualization.
Project tutorial by Protocentral
MAX86150 puts ECG and SPO2 on a single chip, opening new opportunities for calculation of pulse transit time and indirect blood pressure.
It's a Gyro+Accelerometer controlled mouse with a button. Made using Leonardo,Gesture Mouse takes CounterStrike to a whole new level!
Self-stabilizing spoon for Parkinson's sufferers who have difficulty eating on their own because of serious tremors.
Project showcase by LeeSangGyu
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
Gest-chair is a smart gesture controlled device developed to help wheelchair-bound people by automating the wheelchair.
Project showcase by Next Tech Lab
Night lights that helps you to sleep
Project in progress by Team Sleep EZ
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
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
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
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
This project works as an Interpreter, converts hand gestures into text or voice or in commands.
Project showcase by Sachin Kr. Verma
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