Organization: Wayne State University
Advisor: Dr. Amar Basu
Date: May, 2012 - Dec, 2012
Embedded Programming (C Language),
I2C, SPI Communication Technology
The strong points of this sensor are small size and low-battery consumption. Therefore, the sensor can be installed many places such as ring, eye-glasses, watch, etc.User can check the real-time heart-rate data with smartphone. And the stored data in the memory chip will be helpful when they visit a hospital to track their health history.
- D. Chandrasekar, B. Arnetz, P. Levy, and A.S. Basu, “Plug-and-Play, Single-Chip Photoplethysmography,” IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, August 2012, San Diego, CA.
- A. Basu, “Sensor and Method for Continuous Health Monitoring,” US Patent 033980, March 2012