The SmartDiagnosis CardiVu app monitors the pupil dilation movements using the same nerve system path as the pulse and continuously monitors the cardio profile of the user.
It is often stated that pulse monitoring without using an approved meter is not realistic and can be risky. However, the engineers are determined to reverse artificial intelligence by putting it in.
What does SmartDiagnosis CardiVu offer?
Previously, artificial intelligence application that can predict the pulse values according to the motility of the skin by scanning the facial features with the front camera has been introduced. The SmartDiagnosis CardiVu application, which appeared on the CES 2020 fair, scans the pupil.
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Developers have worked with specialist cardiologists for pupil tracking. The application is constantly scanning pupil dilations. Rhythmic pupil dilations are said to have a very high relationship with pulse since both share the same pathway of the nervous system.
The application can scan in the background. When the user focuses on the screen for a few minutes, the application starts watching the eye through the front camera. Analyzes are performed on Amazon servers and data is stored on CardiVu’s own servers.
Unlike other applications, the application tries to provide a profile by analyzing continuous data rather than giving a pulse rate. The continuous learning system can also generate stress maps. In this respect, the application scans periodically. Developers say they have achieved 86 percent accuracy.
It hasn’t been tested yet how much battery the application consumes, how accurately it is able to measure in extreme light conditions and can approach applications using instruments. The application is expected to reach the final version soon.