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_iAm9001 t1_izwz4t2 wrote

Perfect. I have blood pressure monitoring in my Samsung Galaxy Watch 4. It needs to be calibrated.

I wish I had of waited for the forehead smartwatch edition intead, it seems more accurate.


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ShittyBeatlesFCPres t1_j00e88c wrote

As a child, I dreamed of a future where we could get a blood pressure reading without the burden of using Velcro and finally, today, that future is here. And the only cost for the convenience is the drop in accuracy. And money. It costs a lot more than the Velcro way. But aside from those costs, no cost.


RufusCranium t1_izwy91x wrote

Just what we needed. A profoundly more expensive method.


giuliomagnifico OP t1_izwz0kw wrote

The paper said they used a Nikon D5300, an entry level DSLR camera.