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3 Novembre 2010
Swiss technology-transfer company CSEM created the final prototype for their Pulsear device this year. A tiny unit embedded in a regular earphone uses infrared signals to see how fast your heart is beating. The result is displayed directly on your iPhone. With a grant from the ESA Technology Transfer Programme’s ‘Transfer Demonstrator’ initiative, CSEM created the prototype based on technology developed for ESA’s Long Term Medical Survey system.
Swiss company CSEM has created the Pulsear device to monitor ones heart rate while exercising. Pulsear uses a tiny unit embedded in a regular earphone to see how fast the pulse is by sending the infrared signals through the tissues in your ear. The result is shown on an iPhone. Pulsear is based on space technology developed to examine how astronauts will behave during long space voyages.