Sensor armband for remote temperature monitoring

Pasindu Lugoda has now incorporated wireless connectivity to his temperature sensing armband. The technology now provides remote temperature monitoring using Arduino bluesmirf to transmit a Bluetooth signal from the miniature sensors incorporated inside the yarn of the armband. Software has been designed to receive the Bluetooth signal from the armband and display the temperature at four different points on the arm.

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