- 1 Overview
- 2 Biosensor Array Developer
Mitch Altman proposed a Global Hackerspace Challenge and PS:One accepted. The challenge requires that we use a microcontroller and a portable power source bought from element14 in creating a mobile device to aid in Education. $900 budget was provided by element14. The full description of the Challenge is at Global Hackerspace Challenge.
We are building an array of biosensors as part of our program to:
- familiarize people with collecting data
- provide useful health related information displayed in a digestible manner to the device wearer
- provide larger data samples to medical professionals should the user choose to share what they have collected
- promote healthy living and health awareness
- encourage hobby electronics by using open sourced hardware
Our initial audience for this device kit will be secondary schools and colleges. It will be marketed as an educational and personal experimental tool. The array will collect data from various sensors attached to the test subject's body and then make that data available to the experimenter. The project will use as many common consumer parts as possible.
PS:1's Element14 Blog
Videos and other build related posts will be published through Element14's blog: http://www.element14.com/community/groups/pumping-station-one
Other space's GGHC blogs, etc, can be found here as well: search gghc
As of 15 April 2011:
- Bill Mania
- Avner Shanan
- Shawn Blaszak
- Eric Hanley
- Drew Fustini
- Dan Dumitrescu
- Jordan Bunker
- Ishmael Rufus
- Eric Stein
Product Line Overview
General Student Kit
for the kids this is the primary kit we are developing for the GGHC.
This kit includes wired sensors and a mother microcontroller enough to get students involved in data logging.
- Mother Arduino
- Sensor: Body Temperature
- Sensor: Oxygen Saturation
- Sensor: Heartrate
- Sensor: Galvanic Skin Response
- Sensor: Respiratory Volume/Frequency
- Sensor: Carbon Dioxide Output
- Body Harness
Wireless Student Kit
- Same as General Student Kit but the sensors are wireless via xbee shields. Just in case wires aren't your thing.
for the Mad Scientists, Cyclists, Marathoners, and Runners.
These sensors and devices are too hardcore to be included in the basic package but we wanted to provide them should you need to take over the world. Most have another ardunio onboard.
- Analog Logging Device
- Wireless Device Node
- 3rd Party Device Node
- Wii Fit
End User Documentation
- PS:1 GGHC Google Group
- PS:1 Group on element14
- Official element14 Group
- Final project entry document from the first round of the Great Global Hackerspace Challenge (pdf)
- Noisebridge BioBoard
- Primer Biosensing - MAKE
Biosensor Array Developer
This page is focused on developers, unlike the current page you are viewing which is focused on end users. Developer gets into all the nitty gritty details of the direction, design, and fabrication of the project.
Here are some of the Key Sections:
Biosensor Array Notes
Weekly Meeting Notes
Pages in category "Biosensor Array"
The following 23 pages are in this category, out of 23 total.
- Biosensor Array Body Harness
- Biosensor Array Body Temperature
- Biosensor Array Carbon Dioxide and Respiration
- Biosensor Array Carbon Dioxide Output
- Biosensor Array Computer Device Interface
- Biosensor Array Developer
- Biosensor Array Developer Invoice
- Biosensor Array ECG/EKG
- Biosensor Array Galvanic Skin Response
- Biosensor Array Galvanic Skin Response Spurious Input
- Biosensor Array GPS
- Biosensor Array Heartrate
- Biosensor Array Mobile Device Interface
- Biosensor Array Mother Arduino
- Biosensor Array Oxygen Saturation
- Biosensor Array Product Line Expanded
- Biosensor Array Protocol Definition
- Biosensor Array Respiratory Volume/Frequency
- Biosensor Array Wireless Device Node
- Biosensor Array-Drew-Fustini-Notes
- BiosensorArray - Common sensor properties
- BiosensorArray - Data Logging
- BiosensorArray - Timestamp