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Smartphone camera software can read your pulse just by looking at your face
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Going To The Doctor Hurts Less Thanks To Masimo's Noninvasive Breakthroughs

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Technology is making it easier to monitor patients closely with completely non-invasive medical procedures, instead of painful blood draws and time-consuming lab analysis. Pulse oximetry, a non-invasive method developed and commercialized in the U.S. in the late 1980s, is now widely used to monitor of the saturation of a patient's...
Going To The Doctor Hurts Less Thanks To Masimo's Noninvasive Breakthroughs

Valve experimenting with gameplay that changes depending on perspiration

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Imagine yourself playing a first-person shooter. As the gameplay gets intense, your heart starts racing. The game detects your pulse and the beads of sweat dripping down your face and in response, speeds up the action and gives you less time to complete a mission. But, if you’re calm...
Valve experimenting with gameplay that changes depending on perspiration

Stig "The Ultimate Super- human" demos the Masimo pulse oximeter (video)

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LAS VEGAS--If you're ever admitted to a hospital, chances are pretty good that one of the first things you get is a pulse oximeter clipped to your finger to measure your pulse and blood oxygen level. Masimo, one of the first companies to manufacture pulse oximeters for hospitals, released...
Stig "The Ultimate Super- human" demos the Masimo pulse oximeter (video)
Masimo's iPhone oximeter puts vital health information at the tip of your finger

Nokia wants to become the 'where?' company, Lumias to become sensor masters

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Nokia is still taking its lumps in earnings, but CEO Stephen Elop has an idea as to how the troubled phone giant can carve out its slice of the smartphone market: like a real estate agent, it's all about location, location, location. As he outlined in the company's fiscal...
Nokia wants to become the 'where?' company, Lumias to become sensor masters

Heartbeat visualizer lets your ticker power a light show (video)

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It may look like something that'd be at home in iTunes, but this visualizer developed by NYU student Phan V is linked to something even more unique to you than your music collection. With the aid of a mic'd up stethoscope, it's able to visualize a person's heartbeat in...
Heartbeat visualizer lets your ticker power a light show (video)

iHealth expands its offerings with two new health gadgets

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Health and fitness-related gadgets are emerging as a huge trend at this year's CES, and several companies used Monday evening's Digital Experience press event to demo their offerings. One of them was iHealth Labs, here talking up two new products: a gadget that measures blood oxygen levels and a...
iHealth expands its offerings with two new health gadgets

Valve CEO Gabe Newell: Steam Box controller may measure your heart rate

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Valve CEO Gabe Newell speaks at the DICE conference earlier this year. Imagine playing an intense horror game and having your gaming experience change depending on how quickly your heart is beating. That could very well be possible with Valve’s new Steam Box controller, as Valve CEO Gabe Newell shed...
Valve CEO Gabe Newell: Steam Box controller may measure your heart rate

Masimo iSpO2 hands-on: track your pulse and blood oxygen with your iPhone

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Pulse Oximeters are an essential hospital tool and serious athletes rely on them to track the efficiency with wich they pump oxygen into their blood stream. Masimo's new iSpO2 puts these rather important health metrics within reach of the consumer by tying the sensor to your favorite iOS device...
Masimo iSpO2 hands-on: track your pulse and blood oxygen with your iPhone
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