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Mobile Health (Brain) | Projects | Stress | Portfolio

  • My partners Nathaniel, Sam and I made a device that monitors a person’s stress levels. We used a skin conductivity sensor, which can pick up subtle changes in your skin conductivity by how much you’re sweating and can tell how stressed a person is. The skin conductivity sensor is the same sensor that is used in a lie detector. We wanted to make the conductivity sensor disguised as a bracelet, but unfortunately we didn’t time it out with the 3D printer, and didn’t actually make it into a bracelet. We also made an app that goes along with the sensor that can track the stress levels and intervene to help calm you down when it senses you are getting stressed.