“Heart Me” anatomical heart simulator:
This wearable LED heart simulator pendant was inspired by my work as a cardiovascular surgical nurse as well as my love of electronics. It simulates the electrical activity of 17 different rhythms and when paired with the heart backplane, it becomes an audio and pulse simulator as well.
It is not so much a kit as it is highly over-engineered LEDs, but I hope you enjoy them anyway! The program will be loaded onto the eeprom for you, but you are more than welcome to use a propplug, provided by Parallax, Inc., to reprogram the Propeller chip with whatever program you would like!
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