Measuring heart rate
The heart rate monitoring program acentas can measure the pulse of up to 40 people at the same time and display the results on a computer. The program also works at larger distances, is easy to use, and provides data in real time. Thus, test subjects’ heart rates can be measured during an experiment as indicators of stress or excitement, for example.
- displays course of heart rates for all participants
- saves heart rates and HR variability
- updates by the second
- can be expanded to cover 40 participants simultaneously
- creates easy-to-comprehend statistical evaluations
- transparent data export options
- simple creation of groups
- marks time throughout
- can be used immediately; portable and practical to use
Source: acentas (last retrieved: 21 November 2018).