Let me call you tweetheart

We’ve previously posted about Twitter setups that turn fetal kicks into tweets, and we’ve stopped ourselves from posting about a few similar but less tasteful applications. However, we’re intrigued by a Japanese setup that, at the press of a button, evaluates your pulse and sends a message indicating whether the rate is too fast, too slow, juuuust right, or a fourth option (non-existent?). This could be a tool to help people with limited onsite access to medical or caregiver assistance, particularly if it could somehow be automated rather than user-initiated.

Crunchgear: Heart beat posting device lets your Twitter followers know you’re alive

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