1. Slinkydink's Avatar
    Hi everybody,

    I am looking for some suggestions regarding audible or haptic feedback for a heart rate monitor, fitness band or smart watch. Is this possible ?
    I am working with Adults with Autism, and am trying to find a technical solution to displaying a beep, chime, vibrate option to display heart rate to allow some form of monitoring heart rate by the individuals to allow calming when stressed.

    I have no experiences of these devices, amd thought I'd throw this out to the community.

    Does anyone know if this is possible ?

    Many thanks in advance.
    03-18-2015 05:20 AM
  2. Nate Silver's Avatar
    There may be others, but the only one I personally know of is the Mio Fuse. It will provide haptic feedback when HR zone changes, and also displays a colored LED according to HR zone. The downside of the Fuse is that battery life is pretty short (five to six hours I believe) when heart rate monitoring is active. Mio does have, however, arguably the most accurate and responsive optical HR monitoring out there at the moment.
    Slinkydink likes this.
    03-18-2015 05:38 AM
  3. Slinkydink's Avatar
    Thanks for the feedback Nate ��

    I'll give it a look ��

    03-25-2015 05:35 AM

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