DIY Toolkit Turns People’s Bodies Into Data-Tracking Machines [Video]

DIY Toolkit Turns People’s Bodies Into Data-Tracking Machines [Video]

BITalino lets people build their own projects or apps that track bodily data.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 7 february 2014

BITalino is a toolkit that allows people to build projects, systems or apps that can track bodily data like muscle activity and skin moisture.

Each BITalino kit includes Bluetooth, APIs for various platforms, and different types of sensors like an accelerometer, light sensor, electrocardiogram, electromyography, and electrodermal activity. The beauty of the affordable DIY kit is that these sensors can be used on their own or combined to build unique data tracking systems.

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