Wearables – future watch.

In Brain Science, Brain Technology by Brainy Days Ahead

A project called MD2K won $10.8 million from the National Institutes of Health to develop hardware and software for wearable sensors that compile and analyze health data. The MD2K team pooled talent from 12 different universities to produce MotionSense, a smart watch that can track heart rate variability; EasySense, a micro-radar sensor that measures heart activity and lung fluid volume; and AutoSense, actually invented before MD2K was established, a chest-band that gleans electrocardiogram (ECG) and respiration data. All three devices are open-source, so look for their capabilities to be picked up by Apple, Garmin, Samsung, and other developers.