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Pulse capture

Extract PPG signal from video image of the face

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The application was designed for the real time contactless photoplethysmography of the human face by means of an ordinary webcam in ambient light environment

System requirements:
- AMD or Intel CPU with 2 cores and 2.6 GHz clock speed (or higher);
- 512 Mb of RAM (or higher);
- OS Microsoft Windows 10/8/7/XP, booth 32 and 64 bit versions;
- A RGB webcam (Logitech B910 is the best choice).

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Features

  • Provides real time heart rate measurement (up to each second update);
  • Provides contactless heart rate measurement (up to several meters depends on lens);
  • Provides video file processing (.mp4, .wmv, .avi);
  • Measurement error depends on webcam quality, stationarity of illumination and CPU speed, but in most cases it is less than 5 bpm.
  • Provides a record of photoplethysmography signal from face skin.
  • Provides mapping of arterial pulse on image;
  • Analyze heart rate at rest by age and sex, statistic courtesy by USA National Health Statistics.
  • Estimates SpO2 and breah rate (but erelative error could be greater than 5 %);

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English, Russian

Intended Audience

Healthcare Industry, Education, Security

User Interface

Qt

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2013-12-03

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