2016-03-03 (Th) Cyborg Heart Rate Sensor

Four different coil designs were wound. These were meant to interact with a magnet implant. Three were meant to wrap all the way around the finger like a ring which might be worn at the last digit of a finger. The one on the left was minimal with only three loops of wire, Next to it was a bundle of wire that had a small inner diameter, much too small to pass a finger through. The third design was the longest amount of wire which was looped back over to keep the wire in place. The final coil was four loops of wire which were then wrapped repeatedly with the same length of wire to make a coil perpendicular to the inner coil.

Four sample coil designs

0.1” (2.54mm) header sockets were added to the controller so the coils could be into the controller at will. A small change in the program will be necessary so the output is on a different pin than the onboard LED.

Controller with header sockets

The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

First time here?

Completed projects from year 1.
Completed projects from year 2

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2016-02-21 (Su)