Human Recorder System Monitors Daily Biometric Health

Human Recorder System Monitors Daily Biometric Health

The WIN Human Recorder system is a device launched in Japan that continuously tracks the wearer's biometric state.

Kyle Studstill
  • 19 january 2010

The WIN Human Recorder system is a device launched in Japan that continuously tracks the wearer’s biometric state, including heart rate, brain waves, accelerated velocity, body temperature, and respiration. With a battery lasting three to four days the device is meant to be worn on the body at all times, transmitting data wirelessly to PC or mobile device.

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