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Help Quit Smoking Watch Using Atmega32

Introduction: The Help Quit Watch is a watch that smokers can wear to help them quit smoking. The Help Quit Watch contains a smoke detector that detects whenever the smoker smokes and plays an encouraging clip to help the smoker stop. It then records statistics about the smokers habit. In addition, since it replaces the typical wrist watch, it also keeps and displays time and also has an alarm function. Hig ...

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Programmable medication scheduler using atmel mega32

Introduction The Newest Innovation in Patient Compliance The Portable Programmable Medication Scheduler (PPMS) is a modern solution to the century old problem of patient compliance, featuring four medication bins, audio/visual alarms, a graphic LCD, and serial communication with a Java Swing PC GUI. The conjunction of Electrical Engineering and the practice of Medicine has grown increasingly significant ove ...

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Digital Stethoscope Using Atmega32

Introduction Our project is a digital stethoscope that displays your heartbeat on any television. It also calculates beats per minute and alerts you if your rate falls out of a specified range. [caption id="attachment_17908" align="aligncenter" width="234"] Digital Stethoscope Using Atmega32[/caption] At the highest level, the design of our project centers around an acquisition circuit, data processing in t ...

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Blood Pressure Monitor Using Mega32

Introduction Our final project is to design and build a portable blood pressure monitor device that can measure a user's blood pressures and heart rate through an inflatable hand cuff. The device is consisted of three main parts: external hardwares (such as cuff, motor, valve, and lcd), analog circuit, and microcontroller. The anolog circuit converts the pressure value inside the cuff into readable and usab ...

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Final Project EKG Monitoring System

Introduction Unexpected cardiac death, also known as sudden death is a frequently fatal form of arrhythmia which kills more than a quarter of a million people each year in the United States. Confronted with the devastating effects of unexpected cardiac death and with the pursuit of advance understanding of cardiac diseases, my partner and I Young Ho Cho and Jeff S. Lee - plan to design and build a heart mon ...

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Wireless Human Health Monitor using ATmega644 microcontroller

The aim of this ATmega644-based project is to build a portable device implementing wireless technology and taking full advantage of the wide-spreading Internet to provide a convenient solution to monitor human health. The health information acquired on the portable side transmits to the server wirelessly and can be accessed all over the Internet in real-time. The end device turned out to be very portable an ...

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Vintage Toothbrush Timer using ATMega328p

My last visit to the dentist convinced me that I should really brush my teeth at least two minutes. I decided to build a special toothbrush timer: it would detect when a brush is taken out, measure two minutes and notify when the time is up. I chose to use Atmega328p, a weight sensor, brass cups, a tray, old alarm clock's chime and some plywood. I would like to tell how this device was made: what electrical ...

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