Medical devices are a massive opportunity for makers and engineers to improve the lives of other people by applying the capabilities of sensors to healthcare pursuits. The goal is to create simple, but effective ways to better monitor and gather key medical data.
The upcoming uECG wearable looks to be one such device. Scheduled to release in October of 2019, this wearable device is designed to capture ECG data in simple, inexpensive, and open source form.
The device is built on nRF52832 and MCP3912, and promises medical-grade data in real-time. Not only does it measure ECG, but also HRV, BPM, and even features an experimental stress level measurement.
Having been successfully funded on Indiegogo, the first batch of the product is coming to Tindie very soon!