Researchers have developed a new method that harnesses the power of augmented reality to detect a patient’s heart rate using a Microsoft HoloLens and computer vision.

Developed by Dr. Christophe Hurter, a professor at French Civil Aviation University, and Microsoft researchers Daniel McDuff and Mar Gonzalez Franco, Cardiolens uses the HoloLen’s camera to capture signals invisible to the unaided eye to visualize the blood flow and vital signs of multiple subjects.

Newer methods of measuring heart rates, namely ballistocardiography and photoplethysmography, which initiate vital sign detection… more

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