EmotiBit Arduino Sensor for DIY Wearables

Meet the EmotiBit: a smart wearable sensor based on Arduino that can be used to capture emotional, physiological, and movement data. It also keeps you control of all the data and records everything to a built-in SD card. The device can detect over 16 biometric signals.

To get started, put EmotiBit anywhere on the body and launch the visualizer to start seeing the data. It can stream data via LSL, OSC, TCP, etc. You can download a 3D case design for it to personalize yours.

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