PIP Is A Bluetooth Biosensor That Aims To Use Your Phone To Gamify Beating Stress Irish startup Galvanic has just launched a Kickstarter to crowdsource funding a wireless stress biosensor it's calling PIP. PIP is a Bluetooth biosensor that monitors its user's stress levels by measuring their galvanic skin response (GSR) as they hold the PIP pinched between thumb and forefinger. GSR means skin conductance -- so basically how sweaty you're getting.
June 17, 2013 - TechCrunch
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