Zensorium Tinké, an iPhone Connected Pulse Oximeter
Zensorium, a Singapore-based startup was showing off at CES in Las Vegas its iPhone pulse oximeter called Tinké, that provides continuous blood oxygen level monitoring. Along with measuring oxygen levels, Tinké also tracks the heart rate, respiratory rate, and heart rate variability. The device, which weighs .4 oz (10.7g), works with a companion iOS app that displays the different cardiac metrics measured. The app displays a Vita index that is a fitness score computed from the user’s heart rate, blood oxygen level and respiratory rate. The app also displays a Zen score based on the heart rate variability data, and is a supposed measure of the user’s state of relaxation.
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