Stethee is a smart stethoscope that aims to make it easy to monitor, and track heart and lung sounds in the comfort of our homes. The device, currently raising funds at Kickstarter, delivers a deep, rich clarity of sound with active filtering and equalization direct to the paired Bluetooth headset.
Compared to wrist-worn devices, Stethee promises to detect the true heart rate or heartbeat, while also being able to “cope” with a wider range of vital health information, more accurately and directly.
Compared to wrist-worn devices, Stethee will detect the true heart rate or heartbeat, while also being able to “cope” with a wider range of vital health information.The device sings along dedicated Stethee app but can also work without it, just like a traditional stethoscope. The application, naturally, allows users to track and share their vital information with a doctor.
The Stethee team promises simple interface and compatibility with iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices, as well as support for a range of smart watches like the Apple Watch.
Stethee will help students understand and identify heartbeats and body sounds in a new way, while allowing them to share the sounds collected with each other, making learning “so simple and easy.” Additionally, the device is also touted as a powerful tool for elite athletes, who can use it before training or before big games.
Stethee is still not ready for prime time; right now it’s yet another project looking for funding at Kickstarter. The company is looking to raise AU$700,000, while offering Kickstarter Special Pack for AU$249. Check it out.