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UC-Unified Cardiac takes a cool new twist with Kardia Band. AliveCor, Inc. provider of FDA-cleared electrocardiogram (EKG) technology for mobile devices, announced today the introduction of the first medical-grade EKG band for the Apple Watch, Kardia™ Band (pending 510k clearance, expected availability late spring) along with a new app for smartphones (available now). The Kardia Band for Apple Watch, and new Kardia app, represent a significant breakthrough in proactive heart health by allowing people to discretely capture their EKG anytime, anywhere. Click on either image for website.
In the spirit of cool new ideas for better and cheaper UC video conferencing and collaboration is a $150 device from Motrr. Motrr’s Galileo’ twist-out design easily converts from portrait to landscape orientation. Pan continuously on a horizontal axis in portrait mode, or take advantage of full 360º pan and tilt rotation in landscape mode.
– Interactive Video Calls – Use Galileo with FaceTime, Skype, Google Hangouts, or any video calling app to control and see in any direction at the other end of your call.
– Remote Surveillance – Use your old iPhone as a remote controlled security camera. View live streams or record.
– Stunning Panoramic Images – Galileo lets you automatically capture seamless 360º photos with one touch.
– Incredible Timelapse Videos – Create a truly cinematic experience using Galileo with your GoPro and iPhone. Capturesweeping pans and towering tilts that look like they came from a Hollywood studio.
– Multiple Live Streams – Galileo can act as a remote control camera man. View a live previews from multiple Galileos on your iPad and swipe to reposition.
– Hands-free Motion Tracking – Facial recognition and motion tracking Apps allow Galileo to follow the action as it moves around the room.
iPhone 6 connects to Bluetooth Galileo using the iPhone 5 insert in conjunction with the iPhone 6 mount. Full 360º horizontal panning rotation, 210º of vertical tilt rotation. For Bluetooth Galileo. Compatible with iOS 8 and above. Galileo does not charge iPhone while docked. It also supports GoPro and all the other iPhones though not iPad.
Use Galileo with BiEyes Xtra Security Camera App Features for iPhone and iPad. Xtra provides users with the ability to take and email pics every 10, 20 or 30 seconds. “This is a exciting new enhancement to the IQ Award Winning app BiEyes,” noted Tom Cross TECHtionary CEO. As you can see in the images below BiEyes already offers many practical and innovative features such as photobooth, BiPads for picture annotation, dual camera image blending along with 360 degree image development. BiEyes is free along with BiEyesPro at $1.99 and BiEyes Xtra at $2.99 provides great value for any iPhone/iPad user.
If you need to use with an iPad, here is another video conferencing and collaboration one for $499 — you can even put it in your backpack or purse. Kubi lets caregivers easily look around remotely with 300 degrees of pan and 90 degrees of tilt to see and interact with patients, nurses, and family members, through remote robotic control during a video call.
The motion of Kubi combined with high quality video provides increased telepresence, meaning greater connection on calls. Kubi is controlled by intuitive apps that run on Apple, Android and Microsoft tablets. Kubi comes with a removable base for using on tabletops and is designed with a universal camera mount to easily attach to carts and arms. Kubi integrates with other digital services through open APIs, video apps like Vidyo, Zoom, Webex, connected telehealth peripherals, EMR systems, providing a complete, customizable telehealth solution.