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Insert Coin semifinalist: BITalino is a self-contained physiological tinker lab

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You might be asking yourself, do we really need another electronics tinkertoy / microcontroller kit? And we say, you can never have too much of a good thing. BITalino takes the standard setup, and includes all the sensors you could want to get started building your next DIY project. There's a light sensor, an accelerometer, as well as sensors for electromyography, electrocardiography and electrodermal activity. All that data can then be fed to a host machine over Bluetooth. It even comes in a variety of forms: one where the sensors can be unplugged and rearranged, one where the components sit on perforated boards that can be snapped off should you want to position the sensors away from the main board and one where the company has already disassembled the various components for you.

You can see all of the Insert Coin semifinalists here.

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