Anura app allowing for contactless blood pressure measurement
Marzio Pozzuoli of NuraLogix
NuraLogix, will be showcasing the groundbreaking app Anura at CES 2021. Originally debuted at CES Asia 2019, Anura is an Affective AI based app that allows contactless health tracking; using only a smartphone, find out your results in just 30 seconds!
Additionally, Anura is the app for contactless blood pressure measurement, without the need for a cuff or another wearable. Anura also measures other physical, physiological and psychological indexes, including heart rate, stress levels, BMI, and cardiovascular disease risks with medical grade accuracy (based on research and clinical studies). Fast, accurate, and contactless, Anura has revolutionised the ability to measure and track general health and wellness.
This contactless measurement is made possible through their patented Transdermal Optical Imaging (TOI) technology; in only 30 seconds using a conventional video camera, TOI is able to use light and the translucency of human skin to capture changes in blood flow. Using machine learning algorithms, TOI then extracts facial blood flow information from the recording to model and detect the desired psychological, physical and physiological indexes.
Developed in partnership by tech entrepreneur and investor, Marzio Pozzuoli, and Developmental Neuroscientist, Dr. Kang Lee, Anura’s research is science-based, backed by global clinical research studies and eight US-approved patents. “At NuraLogix,” Pozzuoli explains, “our goal is to use Affective AI to improve the lives of people everywhere.”
For personal use, can be downloaded for free on iOS and Android devices. For enterprise use, Anura offers a variety of solutions to the digital health, insurance, and corporate wellness industries. The app’s technology can be obtainable through a Software Development Kit (SDK) and white-labeled and integrated into enterprise solutions. Anura is available in seven languages, English, Chinese, Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Brazilian Portuguese; Japanese is scheduled to be released in mid-Feb/early March 2021.
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