Track Your Heart and Respiratory Rate
Google, the digital technology giant, will bring new capabilities to Google Fit, its fitness app. The machine makes use of the front camera module to calculate the respiratory rate.
The consumer would merely need to position himself naturally in the specified frame and breath. This will be a feature of the app that will use sophisticated machine learning from Google.
By pressing your finger on the camera panel, users would be able to monitor their heart rate.
For Google’s Pixel smartphone series, this latest feature will be available. The machine analyses the blood colour difference and predicts the heart rhythm when a human places a fingertip on the camera module.
The machine uses the front camera module to calculate the respiratory rate. The consumer would merely need to position himself naturally in the specified frame and breath.
This will be a feature of the app that will use sophisticated machine learning from Google. The device calculates the rise and fall of the chest of the consumer and forecasts the pace thereof.
The Health Product Manager of Google explained that doctors similarly count the respiratory rate, and the machine learning technique of Google would operate in a similar pattern.
“A lot of people, especially in disadvantaged economic classes right now, don’t have things like wearables, but would still really benefit from the ability to be able to track their breathing rate, heart rate, et cetera,” Google’s product manager said.
According to Google’s internal tests, the heart rate measuring accuracy is below 2 per cent. The respiratory rate feature is accurate in just one breath per minute (with and without heart conditions). Such functions have been tested by Google on various individuals with varying skin tones and body shapes and obtained reliable findings with equal precision.
The app feature is now available solely on pixels. Other Android phones may also be sold because this is a device feature. Google did not comment on making other gadgets available.