GlovePlus

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Glove Plus is a novel device which smartly

combines various standard medical instruments into one wearable device and provides a social media application for consultancy.

It uses a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B as the processing platform.

For the first prototype, I used the Arduino Uno. But it runs better with the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B

Step 1: Get Your Things.

For building this device, you need some good hardware. Buy online or choose a retail store.

What all you need?

1. Raspberry Pi 3 Model B (ofc!)

2. a 100K Thermistor

3. HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor,

4. HC-05 Bluetooth Module

5. SEN-11574 Pulse Sensor

and a few resistors and male to male jumper wires.

Step 2: GPIO Connections

Use the following schematics and ease your work.

Step 3: Code.

I am attaching a few sample codes but you can always modify.

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Fancy Jargons!

Step 4: The Mobile App

You can download it from here.

http://d2wuvg8krwnvon.cloudfront.net/appfile/316bf...

It will be under updation for a while but will be available soon.

Step 5: Voila! You Have the Power in Your Hand.

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    11 Discussions

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    Gursimran Singh 425

    2 years ago

    A nice project btw. Really impressed to see a member with same name as mine :-P doing great stuff! I hope you'll add more details and pictures next time.

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    nemob

    2 years ago

    i'm realy confused by the following things:
    1. you say you use a raspberry pi but that's clearly an arduino
    2. you're talking about a ultrasonic sensor but in the wiring instructions it's a infrared distance sensor
    3. you mention the bluetooth module in the partslist but it doesn't say anywhere what you're using it for.
    4. in the pictures you have a glove with on each finger something but it's not mentioned what it is.
    5. what suddenly happened to the heart rate sensor?
    care to explain? it does'nt really make sense to me. thanks

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    gursimransinghnemob

    Reply 2 years ago

    Drop in a mail.
    singhchawla.gursimran@gmail.com

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    gursimransinghgursimransingh

    Reply 2 years ago

    And I would be obliged if you read it again. I have mentioned the reason for not having shown the Pi.

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    Suraj Bhawalgursimransingh

    Reply 2 years ago

    I would like an explanation on that as well... you've mentioned it runs better on pi... what makes you think so? because pi has more processing power?

    You clearly failed to explain what this project does... how it functions...

    from what I understood, this project has a bunch of sensors that can be used by doctors to monitor patient? if that's so, it has great applications....

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    gursimransinghSuraj Bhawal

    Reply 2 years ago

    Reduces number of patients per doctor, increase the quality of work by providing solutions to some common problems on tips.
    Also, The Application has a chatbox with your doctor and DIY treatment video/instruction packages.

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    _Boltz_

    2 years ago

    i think buying a fitbit will be more cost effective than a respberry pi...... as in india.....

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    Reduces number of patients per doctor, increase the quality of work by providing solutions to some common problems on tips.
    Also, The Application has a chatbox with your doctor and DIY treatment video/instruction packages.