Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Fujitsu uses facial imaging to measure pulse

Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a technology to measure a person’s pulse from a facial image taken by scans from the built-in camera in a PC, smartphone or tablet. Fujitsu’s goal is to help people to track their health data in real-time and store it in the cloud for later analysis. .. Continue Reading Fujitsu uses facial imaging to measure pulse

Section: Health and Wellbeing

Tags: Fujitsu, Health, Monitoring

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