Strapped to your wrist, concealed in your clothes, or clipped to your keychain, the Connected Body award gives kudos to those devices you’d feel naked without.
Angel is an unobtrusive wristband that can be worn 24/7. It listens to your body’s vital signs and analyzes physical activities such as walking, running, sleeping and much more. Developers will be able to use Angel to create apps for iPhone, Android, and other devices that support Bluetooth 4.0. Our SDK, drivers and app templates will be released as open source.
The Nymi is the first wearable device that looks to revolutionize the way we interact with technology in the world by putting persistent identity on the body. We not only aim to do away with identity prompts such as passwords and keys, but also payment methods such as credit cards.
The Nymi also pioneers the heart’s unique ECG as a consumer biometric. Additionally, by putting privacy first, the Nymi puts the user in complete control of their identity.
PUSH takes sports science technology to the next level. It is the first wearable fitness device to deliver real-time analytics on performance in the gym, tracking areas of strength in training like reps and sets, force, power, balance, speed and even a user’s one rep max. These metrics give valuable insight into weight-training routines and helps to reduce the likelihood of injury.
An athlete can use their iPhone or Android device to create or download routines and goals, while PUSH provides feedback on the person’s movement. Users can share their training progress with friends to encourage competition. PUSH is also an ideal coaching tool, allowing coaches and trainers to easily build and deliver workout routines, track and measure progress remotely, and provide detailed feedback to their athletes and clients based on objective metrics.
Tony measures your body temperature by taking a reading from inside your ear. He instantly shows the results on his LED display and sends the reading to the BleepBleeps app on your phone for tracking and guidance.
The e-Health Platform has been designed by Cooking Hacks (the open hardware division of Libelium) in order to help researchers, developers and artists to measure biometric sensor data for experimentation, and test purposes.
The e-Health Sensor platform allows Arduino and Raspberry Pi users to perform biometric and medical applications where body monitoring is needed using 10 different sensors: pulse, oxygen in blood (SPO2), airflow (breathing), body temperature, electrocardiogram (ECG), glucometer, galvanic skin response (GSR-sweating), blood pressure (sphygmomanometer) and patient position (accelerometer).
Get a snapshot into your child’s well-being.
Heart rate, oxygen levels, skin temperature, sleep quality, and sleeping position are all available in one view.
The Owlet Vitals Monitor will allow you to easily print out your child’s health data and share it with your pediatrician. Have a beautiful, graphical view of your child’s health data. Start to notice trends and relationships in this information.
Share data with research clinicians. Here at Owlet Care we have the opportunity to make REAL change- but only with YOUR help. After only a few thousand parents choosing to share their data, together we will have created the largest set of infant vitals data in history!
FiLIP is a world first device which has re-imagined smartphone voice and location technology for children. The colorful wristwatch is a patent-pending marriage of GPS, cell tower location and Wi-Fi triangulation, safely combined into one small device.
Biisafe Buddy is an accessory for personal safety, enabling you to share your location with “check in” messages and send alerts to selected contacts with just one press of a button without even touching or opening the phone. It also tracks your keys or phone, making sure you never lose them again by reminding you about it with a sound if you about to do so. In case of loss, location is marked on a map.
BabyWatch allows active, working and modern mothers-to-be to hear their baby’s heartbeats from the comfort of their homes and to share these moments with friends and family. The future of prenatal care lies in making medical technology easily accessible and understandable. Our product is opening a new niche in the quantified self movement and encouraging moms-to-be to be more active and engaged in prenatal care.
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