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Sleep tracker wearable/wristband

After hours of searching online I found a device I'm going to give a shot. Withings Pulse HR seems to match the functionality expectations. Feels a bit pricy for the quality (based on the reviews), ...
Igor Soloydenko's user avatar
2 votes

Cheap Android watch with at least 24 hour battery life

You could probably find a used Samsung Gear S2 in great condition for around $45 to $75, I know I have. Take a look at Craigslist or your local similar sites. The Samsung Gear S2 is a great watch ...
Ola Ström's user avatar
2 votes
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"Watch-like" Smart Watch With Android Notification Support but Without Mandatory Cloud Synchronization

The Pebble 2 HR is the watch you are looking for! I had the Pebble Time for a year and it lasted over a week on a single charge. The Time does not have heart rate, however, so if you want heart rate,...
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Fitness tracker with calorie counter

The Pebble 2 HR is the watch you are looking for! I had the Pebble Time for a year and it lasted over a week on a single charge. The Time does not have heart rate, however, so if you want heart rate, ...
Salocor's user avatar
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Gesture Gloves to Integrate Into Existing Software

I doubt that you will find such gloves (please, post here if you do). On the other hand (see what I did there?) programmable wristbands go for about $18, with BLE, but I am not sure if that would get ...
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Wearables for tracking heart rate

Yeah, it is very opinion based... at the end of the day, it is your decision. I have a Motorola Moto Watch 2nd Gen, the starting price is £239ish. I like watches with a circular display, so I chose ...
SidS's user avatar
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headphone or earphone that can completely block any noise

You could also consider custom-molded in-ears. As they’re precisely fitted for your ears alone, not only they block out noise more effectively, they can also be extremely comfortable. If you’re okay ...
user7136's user avatar
1 vote
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Tracking employee location

hmm.. Long range Passive RFID will cost you around $45 so forget about it.. Cameras to follow employee! science fiction, we are not ready for it yet.. GPS will not work perfectly inside buildings.. ...
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NFC motion sticker for monitoring breathing

To detect expansion (and hence contraction), the normal thing to use would be strain gauges. I have used them on extensively before, but not on people, but it has been proposed.. Article on Nature....
Rohit Gupta's user avatar
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NFC motion sticker for monitoring breathing

Sorry, this grew too big to be a comment. NFC does not give any indication of distance. Weeeell, I suppose that theoretically you could try to measure signal strength - from expansive active RFID, not ...
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Wearable platform with display

$14.95 will get you this: It has a plug & play Grove connector, so you can easily add on GPS for a further $12. If you can live without GPS, or can solder, then I also recommend LilyGo. They have ...
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