By Anton D. Nagy | December 31, 2010 9:34 AM
iPhonECG is an electrode-featuring case that has the ability of reading your heart-rate and generating an ECG (electrocardiogram) by transmitting the information gathered directly to an iPhone device.
The case is designed to fit an Apple-phone which can be easily snapped in the holder after which the iPhonECG application will do the rest. The combination of the case and application can take a successful ECG by both holding the electrodes or by placing them on your chest. The app will both store the ECG data locally on the device and transmit it wirelessly.
There’s also a heart rate trending application, which, together with the iPhonECG software and case will be presented at the Consumer Electronics Show next week in Las Vegas. Till then, check out the video presentation below: