Microsoft Heart Pulse System: 5 Things Making Windows 10 Fans Happy

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Now you can construct your very own heart monitor at home. He Heart Pulse Sensor by Davide Longo was published in Microsoft. And it’s Windows 10 compatible? It is actually quite simple and safe. You may not understand what your look at, but it will be fun to hook your friends up to after a few adult beverages. Windows 10 fans everywhere will enjoy this fun, simple build that they can try out on their friends.

Make Your Home Like TV

One of the most spellbinding moments in any medical TV series drama is when the heart monitor screen flat lines. It is normally followed by stubbly-faced George Clooney yelling out orders for a crash cart and epinephrine stat. Or for you Grey’s Anatomy fans, Dr. Grey working out her personal issues one heart monitor flat line at a time. This heart pulse system has been published in Microchip, Microsoft, Raspberry Pi, and SparkFun.

DIY Heart Sensor Hardware

The best part about DIY projects is that you can find all sorts of fun things to build. This heart pulse system offers simplicity for your next DIY tech build. You will simply use three hardware components. Spark Fun Pulse Sensor (SEN-11574), Microchip MCP3008, and Raspberry Pi 2 Model B are all used in this DIY build.

Doesn’t Cost Much to Build

The price of being put into an ambulance and hooked up to a heart monitor could add up to thousands of dollars. The low price of this build makes one question why. All the hardware for this Windows 10 inspired DIY heart pulse system will cost roughly $70. The pulse sensor is less that $25. The ADC chip about $4. And the processor is just under $40. The software and app should be free if Windows 10 fans don’t already have them installed.

Microsoft Windows Software Compatible

If Microsoft wasn’t already awesome, you can use their software to build an at home heart pulse system. You will need to download two Microsoft software services and one app. Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 and Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Core will be the only software programs you will need. The app is devexpress Win 10 Apps.

Offers a Small Challenge for Windows 10 Fans

Every DIY build should have a small challenge. The intermediate level heart pulse system does, in fact, have a challenge despite a few components involved. The system data is compiled using an ADC, straight from the pulse sensor. However, seeing this data in real time, just like on TV can prove to challenge. The devexpress UWP is shown to have benefits for this barrier.