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WearableTech Sensor Measures Blood Oxygen w/ Flashing LEDs Powered by Your Smartphone  #IoT

  • The new device also measures heart rate and blood oxygenation using four LEDs to shine different colors of light into the skin.
  • For instance, one sensor uses light-sensitive dyes to measure exposure to ultraviolet light-a feature also found in the first product developed by Rogers’s startup, Lexington, Massachusetts-based MC10 .
  • A wearable sensor measures blood oxygen using flashing LEDs.
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