‘Glove Tricorder’ puts physical exam data at your fingertips

Putting a high-tech spin on the checkup, the Glove Tricorder from Augmented Medical Intelligence Labs promises an elegant way to digitize and analyze the results of a physical exam.

The device uses tactile technology to detect blood pressure, pulse and oxygen saturation, and was impressive enough to snag the Thomas Reuters Data Prize at the recent MIT $100K entrepreneurship competition, according to a post on MedCrunch.

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