Cardiolens: Remote Physiological Monitoring in a Mixed Reality Environment

Abstract : Numerous vital signs can be captured through the measurement of blood flow; however, these signals are not visible to the unaided eye and measurement traditionally requires customized contact sensors. We present Cardiolens - a mixed reality application that enables real-time hands-free measurement and visualization of blood flow and vital signs. The system combines a front-facing camera, remote imaging photoplethysmography software and a heads up display allowing users to view the physiological state of a person simply by looking at them. Cardiolens provides the wearer with a new way to understand physiology and has applications in health care and affective computing.
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Christophe Hurter, Daniel Mcduff. Cardiolens: Remote Physiological Monitoring in a Mixed Reality Environment. SIGGRAPH 2017, 44th Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, Jul 2017, Los Angeles, United States. pp.ISBN:10.1145/3084822.3084834, ⟨10.1145/3084822.3084834⟩. ⟨hal-01598860⟩

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