experiment (hopefully someone can help)

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Old 04-08-18, 05:12 AM
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Lightbulb experiment (hopefully someone can help)

hi everyone I have a need to try and convert my pulse (heartbeat) into light that would follow the rhythm of my pulse. I have no clue how do this so any help at all would be great or a name of someone I could talk to or a place to ask this question.

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entertainment or medical purposes?

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You're getting into pretty technical area. What you need to do is convert an inferred energy source to a visible light. There are electronics that can do that.

Go here as a starting point. What you want a measuring process called OXIMETRY. The following article explains the two types.

http://www.embedded-computing.com/em...arable-devices
 
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