Uses different wavelengths of light to shine through the skin in order to determine the amount of glucose present in the user's blood.
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This is my vlog, but this one is focused on my NIRGM project, skip ahead if you're not into the whole "vlog" thing.
Adafruit featured my project today. I have received lots of emails pertaining to helping out with the project, Its really awesome! I need to clean up the project a bit and post it to GitHub so there is more access for everyone. I will admit I'm not the best when it comes to doing that, so I will try my best to get it all set up(Time is a huge factor). There are lot of people eager to help program, or gather data, so I need to get the design sorted out before I tell people to start building these!
If I have not emailed you back yet, don't worry, I'm making my way through them and will get to you eventually. They are all appreciated!
Realized that I should have(a long time ago) ordered some high quality LEDs. The standard inexpensive ones I always get are not cutting it. Did a brief search on Digikey and found some serious ones for the job that should be a lot better and also are still 0603 so no need to order a new board.
The IR and the NIR are already powerful enough I hope.
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