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A chip that converts ordinary headphones into a medical sensor

A chip that converts ordinary headphones into a medical sensor

Rutgers University engineers have developed a very low-cost, easy-to-use chip that senses headphones and can be read on a smartphone. Although the sensor is large at the moment, it can be made more sensitive and smaller, which is being worked on. This invention has been dubbed ‘Headfee’.

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