This project is about creating a prototype of an affordable and highly wearable heart rate monitor. Ideally the form factor of the heart rate sensor would allow to wear it as a ring or wristwatch, which is convenient when practicing sports. In order to reach these objectives, the idea is to use an electronic module (the sensor) connected in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to a smartphone (the user interface). This way the module will remain simple, small and could be used with any BLE heart-rate application.
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