Physiological data has had a transforming role on multiple aspects of society, which goes beyond the health sciences domains to which they were traditionally associated with. While biomedical engineering is a classical discipline where the topic is amply covered, today physiological data is a matter of interest for students, researchers and hobbyists in areas ranging from arts, programming, engineering, among others.
Meet BITalino, a low-cost toolkit to learn and prototype applications using body signals. It’s for students, teachers, makers, artists, researchers, corporate R&D… no electrical skills required!
The team behind it will join us in September for some very creative demonstrations, hands-on use-cases, and very likely, inspiring talks and workshops. Welcome aboard guys!
Here’s some photos of what you can expect:
This talk by Hugo Silva at Codebits 2014 will also give you taste of the technology inside the Bitalino.