GRAND RAPIDS, MI – It’s as if an iPhone went to medical school. A Smartphone Physical debuted this week at TEDMED uses devices paired with an iPhone to measure vital medical functions. Using attachments, people can use an iPhone to measure and record blood pressure, lung function, weight, oxygen…
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Dr. iPhone? Smartphones perform medical checkups in program displayed by Steelcase’s Nurture at TEDMED (via Mlive.com)
Author:Michael Kaufman AIAMerging a passion for new and emerging technologies with professional experience as a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Michael Kaufman actively pursues the developing trend of integrating cutting-edge technology into the social experience, encompassing both the physical spaces we inhabit and the virtual/social media world.
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