Medical – Health based Project Ideas

Mint-Sized Success Meter (quit smoking!) with Arduino

There comes a time in life to put childish things behind and give up nasty habits. Some, like smoking, can be damn hard without constant encouragement. It was time for me to combine my favorite hobby with my driving goal and make this: The Quit Success Meter! For my other Arduino contraptions, take a look …

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Making Your First Printed Circuit Board – Getting Started With PCBWAY [PART 1]

If you are into electronics, PCBs (Printed Circuit Board) are some of the most common things you will see. These boards make our lives easier by eliminating all those connecting wires and breadboards. If properly designed, it will reduce the size of your device and it can look very professional. Making a professional board could …

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An easy way to send your heartbeat to the Cloud using arduino

This cool (and very low price) sensor is attached on your ear and can detect your heart’s pulse through transmitting infrared light and checking the absorption variation caused by the blood flow on your ear lobe. The site of the products provides also the Arduino code for detecting the beats and calculating an average heart …

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Very simple ECG + Pulse Oximeter using arduino

Scott W Harden has built an updated version of his ECG circuit for tracking his heartbeat. The main goal of the update is to provide a hack for collecting heartbeat with minimal h/w cost and circuit complexity. As you can see from the project photo above, the heartbeat detector is based on photoplethysmogram. Scott nicely describes the basics …

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Haptic Feedback device for the Visually Impaired [Project HALO] using arduino

I recently watched an episode of Stan Lee’s Superhumans which featured a blind man who used a series of clicks, like a bat, to echo locate his surroundings. I got to thinking about other blind people and their ability to navigate freely – without the use of a guide dog or cane. I came up …

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LilyPad Arduino – the wearable technology using arduino

Introduzione LilyPad Arduino is one of the many Arduino microcontrollers, but unlike the more well-known Arduino UNO, MEGA and Yun, this little board has very specific characteristics that make it unique. In fact, the LilyPad can be sewn on fabric. In fact, with only 19 € you can add technology to our garments, but also …

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Shade Technologies – Prototype I Final Report: Motorized Wheelchair Canopy using arduino

Introduction Our Motorized Wheelchair Canopy intends to help those people with disabilities that confine them to their motorized wheelchairs and need shelter at times of inclement weather, such as rain or extreme heat. Although manual wheelchair canopies do exist, no type of motorized wheelchair canopy currently exists in today’s market for purchase. People with disabilities …

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