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MyECG E3-80 Portable ECG

03/26/2008, The MyECG E3-80 is a portable ECG recorder and analyzer that was developed by MSI, featuring a flexible recording time including detailed Heart-Rate Variability (HRV) and Cardiac Arrhythmia Analyses. This is not meant to be a home device, targeting...

Eyeport Trains Your Eyes

03/19/2008, The Eyeport device is meant to improve your visual performance by virtue of being an electronic vision training system. It brings together sound, color and light to help optimize your eyes’ ability to aim, track, focus and work together as a team....

CardioNet Mobile Cardiac Recorder

03/19/2008, CardioNet has just introduced its Mobile Cardiac Telemetry Monitor Recorder that can be hooked up to the Internet, where doctors can then monitor patients 24/7 thanks to a tiny sensor worn by the patient as he/she resumes with a normal way of life....

Exmocare BT2 Wrist Watch

03/17/2008, Exmocare certainly has one of the more interesting gizmos around – the BT2 wrist watch that features both emotional and arousal levels monitoring functions. I think employers will love this, considering it allows them to monitor their...

Optical Implant In The Future

03/12/2008, Researchers from MIT are hopeful that their work on an optical implant will be ready within a few years’ time, restoring sight to the blind without involving the supernatural. This bio-electronic implant is roughly the size of a pencil eraser and...

Futronic FS88 Fingerprint Reader

03/11/2008, I know that many of us have concerns of using a biometric security device – what if someone lops off one of our digits just to gain access to our biometric-friendly safe? The Futronic FS88 fingerprint reader is here to stand in the gap, ensuring...

Melody Open Hearing Aids Now Available

03/07/2008, Hearing Central LLC has just announced a trio of new models of hearing aids from its Melody range. First off we have the Melody A1 that features two channels and a dozen bands, making it good to counter moderate hearing loss of up to 70dB. As for the...

Microwave Glucose Sensor

02/27/2008, Diabetes patients have to prick themselves every day in order to monitor their blood sugar levels, and that can end up to be rather uncomfortable for most people, especially kids. A team of engineers at Baylor College have managed to discover a...

DIY Compact ECG

02/25/2008, This is one of the tiniest ECGs I’ve ever laid my eyes on, as it consists of an extremely tiny LCD display, a pair of electrodes and an ARM training unit. It is powered by an STM32 Primer chip, where pressing both your thumbs on the two electrodes...

Nose Mask Pit

02/25/2008, Hay fever season will soon be here, so if you don’t want your nose to end up like a leaking faucet, check out Bio International Japan’s Nose Mask Pit. This is actually a couple of pieces of gauze on a rubber plug for each nostril, and shoving...

Zeno Pro Acne Clearing Device

02/20/2008, Zits are the bane and nightmare of every teenager – especially those who are out to impress the opposite sex. The Zeno Pro Acne Clearing Device holds the honor of being the first FDA-approved home gadget that removes acne, although I’m not too...

Machines to Match Humans by 2029?

02/16/2008, The BBC has an article entitled Machines ‘to match man by 2029′. It quotes Ray Kurzweil (an artificial intelligence engineer) saying “I’ve made the case that we will have both the hardware and the software to achieve human level...

Citizen TW600 Pedometer

02/05/2008, I suppose there is a reason for Citizen to come up with the TW600 pedometer which is touted to be the slimmest of its kind in the world – to inspire all you out there to achieve a slim and svelte body. Measuring just 1cm thin, it comes with a 3D...

Smart Carpet Assists The Fallen

01/29/2008, We all know how prone the elderly are when it comes to accidental falls, and sometimes us kids worry as our aged parents are left all alone at home. Researchers at the University of Missouri claim that they have developed a ‘smart carpet’...