We want to say a big thank you to all of our backers! The E3K campaign is officially funded! In this update, we have developed a game to capture our eyeball movement using the EEG sensor. Read the full update.
WallySci's EMG sensor is used to capture the electrical activity of skeletal muscles via three electrodes. The captured signals are filtered and amplified which is then presented in the form of Analog Output. An EMG sensor can be used for prototyping devices which function on muscle signal, e.g, prosthetic arm or leg, and physiotherapy devices. Video demo included! Read the full update.
WallySci's ECG sensor is used to capture electrical signals originating from the heart via electrodes. The signal through the electrodes is filtered and amplified which is then presented in the form of Analog Output. An ECG sensor can be used for prototyping a portable heart monitoring device. Check out this update for more details and a video demo! Read the full update.
This update will cover how to set up your E3K platform. E3K is a framework of biosensors bundled together for your immediate and easy usage. One can develop a project or prototype easily using this platform. Read the full update.
We are happy to announce that our campaign for E3K is now live! Our E3K platform is an open-source framework for building biosensing and robotics projects. The E3K platform, as the name suggest, is a set of five modules: a wireless Data Communication and Processing Unit (DCPU) module, three Biosensors (ECG, EMG, EEG), and a Kinetics sensor (IMU). Read the full update.
A portable hardware kit for experimenting with pneumatics
The long-range LoRa® wall switch powered by coin cells and the Arduino IDE
The finger-tip sized ARM Cortex-M4F module with BT 5, BT Mesh, and 30 I/O