A new piece of hardware will soon be launching via the Crowd Supply website called HealthyPi v4, offering a fourth-generation built on the technology and feedback from previous versions. The open source, wireless, wearable has been specifically designed to monitor human vital signs and is powered by an ESP32.
HealthyPi v4 is an advanced and wearable version of the HealthyPi v3, launched on Crowd Supply in 2017 And is capable of being able to monitor the following parameters in real-time and with high accuracy:
– ECG and heart-rate, heart-rate variability
– Respiration based on the impedance pneumograph
– Pulse oximetry (SPO2)
– Body temperature
“The HealthyPi 4 is a fully open-source vital signs monitor based on HealthyPi v3, this time with added wireless and wearable capabilities. The use of the ESP32 module as the main controller offers a high level of integration, power management, and security to the HealthyPi. It can function as a standalone wearable device as well as a HAT for the Raspberry Pi.”
To register your interest in receiving more details when the HealthyPi v4 becomes available jump over to the official Crowd Supply project page by following the link below.
Source: Crowd Supply