Minimal ECG using an Arduino and Xoscillo

Posted on Tuesday, July 9th, 2013 in Arduino by DP


Raul  from Coding Laboratory has designed a DIY ECG project using an Arduino and Xoscillo:

To display the wave I am using XOSCILLO, a very cool and open source tool (which I wrote :P) that converts your Arduino into an oscilloscope.

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2 Responses to “Minimal ECG using an Arduino and Xoscillo”

  1. K Ram says:

    Really Great work .I would like to know more abbout this work

  2. Numan Celik says:

    Hi, how we can use or install this program then? We have some ECG results using with arduino and show it in like this tool.

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