An UNO Mini Limited Edition necklace is a must-have accessory for Arduino lovers!

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — June 11th, 2022 When Katie Dumont of element14 Presents received her Arduino UNO Mini Limited Edition, she was concerned that it would end up like most of her other pieces of hardware — either stored somewhere safely in its box or on a shelf for display. But because she wanted it to…… Continue reading An UNO Mini Limited Edition necklace is a must-have accessory for Arduino lovers!

GetFit is a DIY fitness tracker based on the Nano 33 BLE Sense

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — June 3rd, 2022 When it comes to fitness tracking, the average consumer would most likely reach for a smartwatch or similar wearable band. These all work by using their internal accelerometers and gyroscopes to sense motion and detect when a certain action, such as stepping or lifting a weight, has been completed.…… Continue reading GetFit is a DIY fitness tracker based on the Nano 33 BLE Sense

Introvention is a wearable device that can help diagnose movement disorders early

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — May 17th, 2022 Conditions such as Parkinson’s disease and essential tremors often present themselves as uncontrollable movements or spasms, especially near the hands. By recognizing when these troubling symptoms appear, earlier treatments can be provided and improve the prognosis for the patient compared to later detection. Nick Bild had the idea to create…… Continue reading Introvention is a wearable device that can help diagnose movement disorders early

Arduino device uses tinyML to help wearers recover from shoulder injury

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — March 15th, 2022 Shoulder injuries can be quite complex and require months of careful physical therapy to overcome, which is what led to Roni Bandini to build a tinyML-powered wearable that monitors a patient’s rotator cuff movements to aid in the recovery process. His system is designed around a Nano 33 BLE Sense and its…… Continue reading Arduino device uses tinyML to help wearers recover from shoulder injury

Arduino device uses tinyML to help wearers recover from shoulder injury

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — March 15th, 2022 Shoulder injuries can be quite complex and require months of careful physical therapy to overcome, which is what led to Roni Bandini to build a tinyML-powered wearable that monitors a patient’s rotator cuff movements to aid in the recovery process. His system is designed around a Nano 33 BLE Sense and its…… Continue reading Arduino device uses tinyML to help wearers recover from shoulder injury

This tinyML device counts your squats while you focus on your form

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — October 22nd, 2021 Getting in your daily exercise is vital to living a healthy life and having proper form when squatting can go a long way towards achieving that goal without causing joint pain from doing them incorrectly. The Squats Counter is a device worn around the thigh that utilizes machine learning…… Continue reading This tinyML device counts your squats while you focus on your form

Use your smartphone to control Wilson the IoT hat

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Arduino Team — June 21st, 2021 Wearable displays are nothing new, but many of them lack that all-important “fun” element. That’s why OlivierZ over on Instructables created Wilson the IoT hat. The smart hat contains a large 232mm by 22mm flexible LED strip on its front that prominently shows rainbow text across a 71×7 LED matrix. The whole thing…… Continue reading Use your smartphone to control Wilson the IoT hat

Epilet is a tinyML-powered bracelet for detecting epileptic seizures

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — June 8th, 2021 Epilepsy can be a very terrifying and dangerous condition, as sufferers often experience seizures that can result in a lack of motor control and even consciousness, which is why one team of developers wanted to do something about it. They came up with a simple yet clever way to detect…… Continue reading Epilet is a tinyML-powered bracelet for detecting epileptic seizures

Woven fabric becomes on-skin wearable interface

Reading Time: 2 minutes Woven fabric becomes on-skin wearable interface Arduino Team — October 14th, 2020 Researchers at Cornell University’s Hybrid Body Lab have been pursuing a novel woven interface that attaches to the user’s skin. Their aptly named WovenSkin integrates electronics into a fabric pattern, including capacitive sensing materials, shape-memory alloys (SMAs), and thermochromic materials to allow for both input…… Continue reading Woven fabric becomes on-skin wearable interface

Student designs his own pair of smart glasses with a transparent OLED display and Arduino Nano Every

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Student designs his own pair of smart glasses with a transparent OLED display and Arduino Nano Every Arduino Team — July 24th, 2020 For his school science fair, Mars Kapadia decided to take things up a notch and create his own pair of smart glasses. The wearable device, which went on to place in the state…… Continue reading Student designs his own pair of smart glasses with a transparent OLED display and Arduino Nano Every

The MemGlove detects hand poses and recognizes objects

Reading Time: 2 minutes The MemGlove detects hand poses and recognizes objects Arduino Team — July 14th, 2020 Hand movements have long been used as a computer interface method, but as reported here, the MemGlove from a team of MIT CSAIL researchers takes things several steps further. This augmented glove can sense hand poses and how it’s applying pressure to an…… Continue reading The MemGlove detects hand poses and recognizes objects

BiTipText enables text entry across two index finger-worn keyboards

Reading Time: < 1 minutes BiTipText enables text entry across two index finger-worn keyboards Arduino Team — May 5th, 2020 Typing with your thumbs on a smartphone has become an everyday activity for many, but what if you could enter text by simply tapping on your index fingers? With BiTipText, that may soon be a reality.  The researchers’ prototype consists…… Continue reading BiTipText enables text entry across two index finger-worn keyboards

Check your run time on a stretchable electroluminescent stopwatch ‘tattoo’

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Check your run time on a stretchable electroluminescent stopwatch ‘tattoo’ Arduino Team — November 4th, 2019 A stretchable light-emitting device becomes an epidermal stopwatch.Image: Adapted from ACS Materials Letters 2019Imagine if your watch wasn’t mounted on your wrist, but was instead integrated into a sort of temporary tattoo on the back of your hand? Such an…… Continue reading Check your run time on a stretchable electroluminescent stopwatch ‘tattoo’

Check your run time on a stretchable electroluminescent stopwatch ‘tattoo’

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Check your run time on a stretchable electroluminescent stopwatch ‘tattoo’ Arduino Team — November 4th, 2019 A stretchable light-emitting device becomes an epidermal stopwatch.Image: Adapted from ACS Materials Letters 2019Imagine if your watch wasn’t mounted on your wrist, but was instead integrated into a sort of temporary tattoo on the back of your hand? Such an…… Continue reading Check your run time on a stretchable electroluminescent stopwatch ‘tattoo’

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